Korean Studies Workshop on Contemporary & Modern Korea, Université Paris Diderot, 27 juin

Korean Studies Workshop on Contemporary & Modern Korea

27th June 2012 – Paris, France 9h-17h

Université Paris Diderot – Paris 7 (PRES Sorbonne Paris Cité)

Bâtiment des Grands Moulins (building) – UFR LCAO : aile C (C hall), 4ème étage (4th floor), salle ( room)  479 C –

Entrance : 5 rue Thomas Mann or 16 rue Marguerite Duras or 10 EsplanadeVidal-Naquet (75013, Paris)

 

09:00 – Welcoming participants to the workshop : Marie-Orange RIVE-LASAN, Université Paris Diderot (UPD)

09:15-10:30 : Studies about North Korea : Chair : Valérie GELEZEAU, EHESS, Center for Korean Studies (France)

EU-North Korea Relations : Ass. Prof. Youngmi KIM, Central Europe University (Hungary) / EUKOPAC

An Arab Spring in Pyongyang? : Dr. Antonio FIORI, University of Bologna (Italy) /EUKOPAC

Research on industries and cities in North Korea : Prof. Rainer DORMELS, University of Vienna (Austria) /EUKOPAC

10:30-10:45 : coffee break

10:45 – 12:30 : Researches on Korean Diaspora : Chair : Evelyne CHEREL-RIQUIER, Université de La Rochelle

Korean Diaspora in Central Asia : Prof. Matteo FUMAGALLI, Central Europe University (Hungary)

Korean Diaspora in China : Dr. Outi LOUVA, University of Turku, Research Fellow /Adjunct professor for East Asian Studies, University of Helsinki (Finland)

The Two Koreas among the Korean diaspora in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan : Eunsil YIM, Ph. D Candidate, Research associate of LAIOS (EHESS) and of the Center for Korean Studies, UMR 8173 EHESS-CNRS-UPD Paris 7 (France)

Building of the Group Identity “Woman Married to a Foreigner” in South Korean Society: from its Emergence to the Creation of the World Federation of KIMWA (1945-2006): Dr. Kyungmi KIM, EHESS, Research associate of the Center for Korean Studies, UMR 8173 (France)

12:30-14:00 : lunch break

14:00 – 15:45 : Studies about South Korea : Chair : Youngmi KIM, Central Europe University

South Korean Catholic Holy places development : Ass. Prof. Evelyne CHEREL-RIQUIER, Université de La Rochelle / member of theCenter for Korean Studies, UMR 8173 EHESS-CNRS-UPD / EUKOPAC (France)

Political Opportunism and church growth strategies in South Korea : Dr. Huiyeon KIM, PhD, EHESS, Research associate of the Center for KoreanStudies, UMR 8173, ATER, Université Paris-Diderot (France)

Imperial Legacies and the Polarisation of Politics in South Korea, Dr. Kevin GRAY, Senior Lecturer in International Relations in the Department of International Relations, University of Sussex (UK) /EUKOPAC

South Korean intelligence services as political actor : transformation since 1987 : Ass. Prof. Marie-Orange RIVE-LASAN, Université Paris Diderot – Paris 7 / EUKOPAC / member of the Center for Korean Studies, UMR 8173 EHESS-CNRS- UPD (France)

15:45-16h00 : coffee break

16:00-17:00 : Focus on Korean Art : Chair : Yannick BRUNETON, Université Paris Diderot

Searching for the identification of the Korean “Lonely Saint” : Dr. Beatrix MECSI PhD, Eotvos Lorand University- ELTE (Budapest, Hungary)

Remembering the ancestors: The ritual shrine paintings of Chosŏn Korea : Dr. Ariane PERRIN, Ph.D., Research associate of the Center for Korean Studies, UMR 8173 EHESS-CNRS-UPD Paris 7 (France)



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