[KS] International Workshop on the Korean War (Kyujanggak, May 13-14)

서울대학교 국제한국학센터 icks at snu.ac.kr
Mon May 10 05:13:48 EDT 2010

Dear Colleagues,

Please find below the schedule for an upcoming workshop on the Korean War (This year marks the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of the war) at Kyujanggak, Seoul National University.
We apologize for the short notice, but sincerely hope that you can make it!
For details, see also our website: http://plaza6.snu.ac.kr/~icks/ENG/index.php

International Workshop on the Korean War
"The Actors: The Korean War, 60 Years after its Outbreak"

May 13-14, 2010
Venue: Seminar Room, Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies, Seoul National University (Bld 103, rm 112)

Thu, May 13
10:30: Rosemary Foot (Oxford U.) "The Korean War, 60 Years on: Strategic and Normative Consequences"
11:15: Jung Keun Sik (SNU) "Memory of the War after 60 Years"

Panel 1 Inside - During and After the War
Choi Jung Gie (Jeonnam U.): "The Korean War - An Extension of Politics, or the Severance of Politics? With an Emphasis on the Massacre of Civilians Before, During, and After the War"
Park Tae Gyun (SNU): "The POW Question"
Kim Young Mi (Kukmin U.) "People in the So-called 'Recovered Area' by South Korea during and after the Korean War - The Case of Yangyang County, Kangwon Province"

Kim Tae Woo (SNU) "Towards an Unlimited War - The USAF's Aerial Bombing of North Korea during the Korean War"
Kim Gwi Ok (Hansung U.) "Korean Division and Korean Diaspora: Focusing on Korean Residents in Japan"

Fri, May 14 
Panel 2 Outside- During and After the War
Kim Dong Gil (Peking U.) "Adjustment of the Security Strategy of the Soviet Union: The Origin of the Korean War"
Kanji Akagi (Keio U.) "The Impact of the Korean War on Japan"

Laurent Quisefit (U. Paris 7) "The Korean War as Seen from France: Public Opinion and Political Perceptions"
Ryu Youngju (U of Michigan) "Korean War Fiction and Magical Historicism"

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