CKS Seminar Programme
The Centre of Korean Studies seminar series regularly presents current research on Korea, with a focus on European scholarship. Since the academic year 2005/06, the Centre has been able to hold these seminars on a weekly basis due to support from the ELP programme (as major contributor in 2005/06), and the SOAS-AKS Institution Project (as major contributor from 2006/07 onwards).
The seminars are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated.
Registration is essential to guarantee a place.
Please note that we do not distribute seminar notes.
For further information contact the Centres and Institutes Office
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.24 January 2020, Paul Webley Wing (Senate House), Alumni Lecture Theatre, 5:15 PM - 7:00 PM
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.31 January 2020, Paul Webley Wing (Senate House), Alumni Lecture Theatre, 5:15 PM - 7:00 PM
Prof J.P. Park (University of Oxford)
By introducing evidence that testifies to the late Chosŏn public’s active interest in Japanese art, this paper will point to the neglected exchange of art and ideas between early modern Korea and Japan, and expose how age-old academic conventions and nationalisms remain firmly fixed in the study of East Asian art history.21 February 2020, Paul Webley Wing (Senate House), Alumni Lecture Theatre, 5:15 PM - 7:00 PM