Centre of Korean Studies Events
The events draw a varied audience with an interest in the region.
All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis.
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- Media and Creative Industries in Korea, UK and France: Transnational Approaches.
In this workshop, scholars from Korea, France and the UK debate theoretical relevance and pragmatic implications of the fourth industrial revolution for the studies of media, art and culture.
Professor Henry Em (Yonsei University)
This seminar has been cancelled.
- The First Hot War of the Cold War
Brigadier (Retd) Brian Parritt CBE
- The Situation on the Korean Peninsula and Challenges for ROK Diplomacy
HE Mr Hwang Joonkook (Ambassador of the Republic of Korea)
In his lecture, Ambassador Hwang will focus on the current situation on the Korean Peninsula including analysis of North Korea’s WMD capabilities and human rights abuses carried out by the regime.
Prof. Chan E. Park (Ohio State University)
- The Birth of Materialism in the DPRK
Dr. Vladimir Glomb (Charles University)
Dr Markus Bell