Yongusil 91: New Frontiers in Korean Studies
The new Institute for Korean Studies at the George Washington University recently hosted a workshop for young researchers, “New Frontiers in Korean Studies: Korea and the World.” 10 young scholars presented their work, each pursuing new directions in understanding Korean history, politics, and society.
Yongusil 90: The Carter-Reagan Transition and the US-South Korea Alliance
A new working paper, “Shifting Hierarchy & Subordinate Sovereignty: The Carter-Reagan Transition and the US-South Korea Alliance” will be presented at a conference at the University of Texas on January 19-21. Author Clint Work explains more.
Yongusil 88: Borders and Belonging at the 2016 Joint East Asian Studies Conference at SOAS
Markus Bell and the Sino-NK team review Korea-focused presentations from the Joint East Asian Studies Conference (JEAS), hosted by the University of London’s SOAS from September 7-9.
Yongusil 86: AKS Colloquium and Sources of Identity Change in South Korea
On August 26, Steven Denney presents preliminary findings based on his survey research on the sources of national identity change in South Korea at the Academy of Korean Studies (AKS) colloquium for overseas scholars studying Korea.
Yongusil 83: Narrative, Identity and Citizenship: How North Korean Defectors Shape Politics at “Home” and Abroad
In a panel at the Association for Asian Studies annual conference on the morning of Sunday, April 3, a small group of scholars will come together in an interdisciplinary conversation that seeks to elucidate the politics around North Korean defectors, examining their activities and the reception of their experiences on the Korean peninsula and globally.
Yongusil 81: From Taipei to Seoul, The Wisdom of Comparison
Opportunities for comparison between Taiwan and South Korea abound. Many are salient, others rather less so than they first appear. Channeling insights from a recent event at the University of Toronto, Steven Denney investigates.
Yongusil 78: Borderland Flows and The Capitalist Unconscious
An audio recording of a recent Sino-NK workshop surveys reinterpretions of Chinese-Korean history and economic interaction in the borderland, using fieldwork, and an important new text as touchstones.
Yongusil 77: Reconfiguring Histories in the Borderland: A Workshop in Leeds
With Hyun Ok Park’s new book as a point of departure, Adam Cathcart and Christopher Green will assess the depth of interconnectivity between and among states, cities, ethnicities, and capital in the border region.
Yongusil 74: From Dacia to Daejon, Korean Studies in Romania
Amongst the crumbling edifices of Ceausescu’s singular dictatorship, leading lights of Eastern European and world Korean studies met at the fourth KF Global E-school in Eurasia conference. Sino-NK was there.