Two Presentations on North Korea

Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch in cooperation with École française d'Extrême-Orient:
Seoul Colloquium in Korean Studies

Venue: Grand Conference Room (Room #310), Asiatic Research Institute, Korea University (see detailed directions, below)

Everyone interested in Korean Studies is welcome, please share this information. No registration is needed.

1. "The decision making concerning the choices of sites of memory (lieux de mémoire) in the city of Pyongyang - Methodological approach and research objects"

Challenges Confronting Working Mothers in S Korea

What Are the Challenges Confronting Working Mothers in South Korea? Negotiating Gender,
Work and Family Issues

Amazing Aftermath of Seoul 1988 Olympics

Lecturer: Kathryn Weathersby, Ph.D.
Visiting Professor of History, Korea University

Understanding the Importance of Classifying Old Maps of Korea

Old maps are fascinating since they don’t depict the world as we see it nowadays. Dr. Savenije will show about 75 maps (with and without Korea) to show what the west knew about the Korea going back to about 1500.

He will also talk about the importance of classifying these maps based on the shape they had from this.

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