[KS] 3rd International Conference of NextGen Korean Studies Scholars
dmorsman at umich.edu
Wed May 6 10:19:59 EDT 2015
2015 NEKST conference
University of Michigan
May 8-9, 2015
Michael Robinson (Indiana University)
"Looking Forward, Looking Backward: Korean Studies, Area Studies, and the
POLITICS AND IDEOLOGY IN A DIVIDED KOREA
- Young Oh Jung (East Asian Studies, University of Toronto) "The
Normalization of Universal Male Conscription in South Korean Society and
the State Regulation of Draft Evasion and Conscientious Objection:
- Keehyun Ryu (History, Seoul National University) "The Organization and
Activities of the Korea-Soviet Cultural Association: 1945~1950"
- Donghyun Woo (History, Seoul National University) "The Soviet Korean
in the Early History of North Korea, 1945-1948: Historiography and Sources"
Discussant: Michael Robinson (Professor, East Asian Languages and Cultures,
THE MUNDANE AND THE SPECTACULAR: VISUAL AND LITERARY REPRESENTATIONS
- Jaeeun Park (Sociology, Université Lyon 2) "Sociological Portraits of
the Middle Classes of Seoul in Wan-suh Park’s Novels"
- Sophie Bowman (Korean Literature, Ewha Womans University) "Castle or
Chicken Coup? Apartments as Experienced by Housewives in Korean Fiction"
- Saena Ryu Dozier (Asian Languages and Literatures, University of
Minnesota) "Spectacle as a Poetic Cinematic Language in Blockbuster Sagŭk"
- Boyoung Chang (Art History, Rutgers University) "Constructing a new
national identity: Contemporary Korean photography since the late 1980s"
Discussant: Youngju Ryu (Associate Professor, Asian Languages and Cultures,
University of Michigan)
GENDER AND CLASS IN WAR-TIME KOREA
- Yuri Doolan (History, Northwestern University) "Before Yoon Geum Yi: A
History of Camptown Women’s Social Movements, 1945-1992"
- Sunho Ko (East Asian Studies, University of Toronto) "Will to Relief:
Slash-and-burn Farmers and Colonial Elites in Wartime Colonial Korea,
- Yunji Park (East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Southern
California) "Avant-garde Après Girl and the Aspiration for a New World in
1950s South Korea"
- Kyunghee Han (Korean Literature, Seoul National University) "A Study
on the Representations of War in O Chŏng-hŭi’s Novels"
Discussant: Christopher Hill (Assistant Professor, Asian Languages and
Cultures, University of Michigan)
BORDER-CROSSINGS AND THE KOREAN DIASPORA
- Stephen Cho Suh (Sociology, University of Minnesota Twin Cities)
"Nostalgic for the Unfamiliar: Korean Americans in South Korea"
- Miya Qiong Xie (Comparative Literature, Harvard University)
"Translation in Transculturation: Translations of Kim Tong-in’s “The Red
Mountain” and the Position of Korean People in Manchukuo"
- Naeyun Lee (Sociology, University of Chicago) "From Mono to Dual
Nationality: Reshaping the Legal Boundaries of Citizenship in Korea and
- Zhang Muyun (History, Tsinghua University) "1945-1949: the Living
Status of Korean Diaspora in Northeast China"
Discussants: Jaeeun Kim (Assistant Professor, Sociology, University of
Michigan), Young Chae Seo (Professor, College of Humanities, Seoul National
Studying “Chosŏn” as “NextGen” Humanities Scholars: The Terms of Inquiries
Songhwa Chae (Korean Literature, Seoul National University)
Eunji Lee (Korean Literature, Seoul National University)
Kyung Hwa Lee (Archeology & Art History, Seoul National University)
Haeim Lee (Philosophy, Seoul National University)
Chair: Ki-in Chong (Korean Literature, Seoul National University)
See attached for more details.
Do-Hee Morsman | Center Administrator
정도희 | 실장
Nam Center for Korean Studies | University of Michigan
1080 S. University Ave. Suite 4661 | Ann Arbor | MI | 48109-1106
t: 734.764.1825 | f: 734.764.2252 | dmorsman at umich.edu
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