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Dynamics of Regionalism in Northeast Asia M. Sharpe,and Korean Society: During her stay at Columbia, she will revise her dissertation into a book manuscript.
She received her B. Prior to joining Columbia faculty inshe has taught Korean at Boston University and at the University of Pennsylvania.
He received his Ph. His research interests include coloniality; proletarian literature and art; cultures of national division; visuality and the global Cold War.
He is the co-editor of Intermedial Aesthetics: She received her Ed. Her research interests include intercultural pragmatics, discourse analysis, foreign language pedagogy and heritage language acquisition. Prior to joining Columbia, she taught at the University of Pennsylvania and Rutgers University She received her Ph.
She is President of the Association for Asian Studies She is currently completing a book manuscript, Negotiating Virtue: Her recent publications include Wrongful Death: His research interest includes the intersections between Buddhism and other religions Confucianism, folk religions, etcas well as religion and politics in modern and pre-modern Korea; Buddhist transformation in the colonial and contemporary periods.
Before coming to Columbia, he worked as a postdoctoral fellow and lecturer at Washington University in St. He retired in but remains active in research and publication. He received his B. In Korea, he taught philosophy, history, and culture of Korea and English in the Republic of Korea Army as a military officer in education and psychological warfare.
He also worked for Hyundai Construction and Engineering Company as an assistant project manager.
He has also developed online Korean language resources for First and Second Year Korean with his colleagues. Drawing from weekly screenings and readings on critical film and Korean studies, the course will explore major topics and defining historical moments in modern Korean history postKOREAN - 0 Interdisciplinary Topics in Korean Politics and Society Interdisciplinary Korean studies course in the areas of social science, bridging Korean history, politics, gender, religion, philosophy, education, intercultural communication and international relations, etc.
Taught in English. The sixth annual two-day conference will feature traditional paper presentations, workshop sessions for dissertation chapters and articles, as well as professionalization workshops.
We will deepen our interdisciplinary discussion by hosting prominent Korean studies scholars as faculty mentors to promote collaboration and discussion.
(3) introduction to the primary sources in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean studies available in the Bodleian Library by expert Curators and Librarians, including: David Helliwell (Chinese collections) and Izumi K. Tytler (Japanese collections). Yoon Sun YANG CURRICULUM VITAE Department of World Languages & Literatures Pre-dissertation Travel Grant, Center for East Asian Studies, University of Chicago, Benighted Mother,” North American Workshop on Korean Studies, University of Michigan, Ann .
stimulating SSRC Korean Studies Dissertation Workshop in , I had the pleasure of working with Contemporary Korean/American Evangelical Missions: Politics of Space, Gender, and Difference By Ju Hui Judy Han Doctor of Philosophy in Geography University of California, Berkeley.
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