[KS] Reminder: Seminar this Thurs (18/03): Prof. Lee Eun-Jeung (Freie Universität Berlin) on Policy Transfer as Transcoding

Ryan Gustafsson ryan.s.gustafsson at gmail.com
Mon Mar 15 21:13:16 EDT 2021

Dear all,
Please join us this Thursday! Flyer attached.

Korean Studies Research Hub
: Korean Studies Seminar Series
The University of Melbourne
Thursday 18 March
6-7PM AEDT // 4-6PM KST // 8-10AM CET
Online via Zoom
Register here

*Prof. Lee Eun-Jeung (Freie Universität Berlin): "Policy Transfer as
Transcoding: The Context of German-Korean Research on Transformation"*

Prof. Lee Eun-Jeung is the Director of the Institute of Korean Studies, Freie
Universität Berlin, and Director of the Graduate School of East Asian
Studies in Berlin. She is a Member of Academy of Art and Science
Berlin-Brandenburg (former Royal Prussian Academy) as well as Academia
Europea. Lee is a Member of German-Korean Advisory Council for Unification.
She has served also as a Member of German-Korean Advisory Council for
Foreign and Unification Policy (2014-2017). She was Fellow of Alexander von
Humboldt Foundation at the Institute for Political Science, University
Halle (1994-1995); Fellow of State Sachsen-Anhalt Germany (1997-1999);
Fellow of Japan Foundation at the Aoyama Gakuin University Tokyo
(2001-2002). In 2019, the South Korean Government bestowed Prof. Lee with
the Order of Civil Merit (Moran Medal) for her Work in the Field of Peace
and Unification.

All warmly welcome, but registration is required
This event is also listed on Facebook

Dr. Ryan S. Gustafsson
Asia Institute
University of Melbourne
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