[KS] Hanyang Colloquium "State-Making & Everyday Coloniality" 4/20/12

Cheehyung Kim 김지형 cheehyungkim at gmail.com
Thu Apr 5 23:39:48 EDT 2012

Dear Colleagues,
The Research Institute of Comparative History and Culture (RICH) at
Hanyang University, Seoul, is holding the following colloquium, on
April 20, a fourth in the series on "everyday coloniality" co-directed
by Jie-Hyun Lim and and Alf Luedtke and coordinated by me. We live and
work in different places, but those of you in Korea may be interested.
Please email me with any inquiries. Thanks.

Cheehyung Kim
Assistant Research Professor, RICH
cheehyungkim at gmail.com


Practices of (Re)Making States after 1945: Dimensions of Everyday
Coloniality in East Asia

2012/04/20, Friday, 09:30 – 18:30, Hanyang University, HIT Rm 615

Organized by the Alltagsgeschichte Transnational Team, Hanyang
University, Research Institute of Comparative History and Culture
Funded by the World Class University (WCU) Program of National
Research Foundation of Korea

09:30 – 09:35 Welcoming Remark by Hae-Dong YUN (HK Professor, Hanyang

09:35 – 10:00 Opening Discussion by Alf LÜDTKE (Honorary Professor,
Erfurt University / WCU Distinguished Professor, Hanyang University)

10:00 – 11:00 Yeom-Hong SON (Professor, School of International
Studies, Konkuk University)

Independence Army’s Military Expansion and Their Return Home after
Liberation: A Focus on Beijing

11:15 – 12:15 Jeong-Mi PARK (Humanities Korea Assistant Research
Professor, RICH, Hanyang University)

“Woman Free from Habitual Debauchery”? Criminal Law, Postcoloniality,
and Women’s Sexuality, 1953~1960

13:15 – 14:15 Tae-Ho KIM (Research Professor, Center for Hospital
History and Culture, Seoul National University Hospital)

Delayed Independence: Formation and Continuation of Agricultural
Research Institutions in Colonial and Postcolonial Korea, 1906-1973

14:15 – 15:15 Ji-Hye YANG (Ph.D. Candidate, History Department,
Hanyang University)
‘Development’ and Unforgettableness: Colonial Memories of Japanese
Workers in the Postcolonial Period

15:30 – 16:30 Jeong-Sim YANG (Research Professor, Center for Korean
History, Korea University)

>From Defiant minjung to Docile Subjects: Experience and Memory of the
April Third Jeju Resistance

16:30 – 17:30 Im-Sun KONG (Research Professor, Humanities Research
Institute, Sogang University)

Postwar Korean Peninsula’s Recolonization and the Fear of Becoming Spies

17:30 – 18:30 Roundtable Discussion led by Tae-Jeong LEE (Sociology
Department, Hanyang University)

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