Monday, August 23, 2010

In Seoul

I'll be making a short presentation at this event on Thursday. I think it is open to the public.

The Third Kyujanggak International Symposium

Date 27-28 August, 2010
Venue Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies, Seoul National University and
Sinyang Humanities Hall

Session 1 (14:00 - 17:00) Sinyang Hall Seminar Room

Chair Park Bae Kyun

Topic: Critical Geographical Readings on Post-Colonial Korea

1. The Chaebol and the Development State: Cold War Geo-Political Economy and the Disciplining of Korean Capital
Jim Glassman (UBC)/Choi young Jin(SNU)
2. Contested identities in post colonial Incheon City
Ryu je hun (Korea National University of Education)
3. Beyond the Postcolonial National: Migrant Workers in Urban Public Spaces of Seoul
Kim Young Hyun (Ohio University)
4. A Korean Thermidor? Political Space and Democratization in South Korea
Jamie Doucette (UBC)
5. Why has Korean regionalism been criticized as premodern?
Kim Dong Wan (University of Seoul)

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