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.
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- Geospatial Mapping in North Korean Human Rights Monitoring
Dr Sarah Son (Sheffield University)
This talk discusses the potential of geospatial information systems (GIS) to support human rights research on North Korea.
- The Zainichi Korean Question: Decolonization and the Cold War in U.S.-Occupied Japan and Korea
Dr Deokhyo Choi (Sheffield University)
This talk will illuminate the critical intersection of postcolonial and Cold War politics that involved and connected the Korean peninsula and Japan.
- The Small China concept in the “T’aengniji” by Yi Chung-hwan (1690-1756?)
Dr Nataliya Chesnokova (National Research University Higher School of Economics)
This seminar will explore the interpretation of the “T’aengniji” in different historical periods and the political influence on the contents of it.
- SOAS Transnational Dialogues on Covid-19: a virtual event focused on globalising various social aspects of the COVID 19 pandemic.
SOAS Transnational Dialogues is a series of panels organised by the SOAS Centre for Gender Studies and part of the SOAS Festival of Ideas.
- SOAS Transnational Dialogues: How should we remember Covid-19?
Siva Sai Jeeva, Adira Thekkuveettil, Linda Chernis
SOAS Transnational Dialogues is a series of panels that are part of the SOAS Festival of Ideas.
- Virtual SOAS Festival of Ideas - The Opening Program
The Opening Programme of a week-long series of virtual events, the theme of which is decolonising
- One Left: A powerful tale of trauma and endurance that transformed a nation’s understanding of Korean comfort women
Bruce Fulton and Ju-Chan Fulton (Translators)
One Left is a provocative, extensively researched novel constructed from the testimonies of
dozens of comfort women.