2021 Asia Culture Center’s International Academic Conference
ASIA SHIFT: New Leap of Asia in the Midst of a Disaster
- Date2021. 11. 25.(Thu)~11. 26.(Fri)
Korea Standard Time(KST)
- PlaceConference Hall
- Price Free
- TicketOn-line registration
- HostThe Asia Culture Center(ACC)
- OrganizerInternational Academic Event Organizing Committee
- CooperationChonnam National University KOR Consortium
- OthersLivestreaming on ACC YouTube online channel
The Asian Culture Center, which opened in November 2015, is an international arts institution and the largest complex culture and art institution in Asia and reinforces national cultural competence and produces future-oriented new outcomes through research, exchange and creation, production, etc.
Gwangju, where the Asia Culture Center is located, is a city with diverse cultural heritages and the spiritual values of democracy, human rights, and peace. The Korean government has been developing Gwangju as an Asian culture hub since 2004, and the city is developing as a local community pursuing cultural diversity.
The Asian Culture Center has prepared a place for exchanges between researchers and creators and played an important role in understanding, creating, and spreading Asian culture and arts by holding an international academic conference where well-known Asian researchers and citizens meet since 2015.
Through this academic conference, we would like to prepare an opportunity to forecast and prepare for the future unfolding by looking at the past of Asia, the change in the Asian culture has made in the turning point of an age that represent socio-culturally such as COVID-19, the Anthropocene, climate crisis, technological changes, human rights, gender equality, immigrant refugees, etc. At the same time, we would like to invite you to discuss the strategy of Asia in response to such changes in each field.
In this academic conference, we will provide various programs such as viewing representative contents, a next-generation round table, etc. along with the international symposium. Together with this invitation, we will inform you of the matters required for this academic event.
Your participation will give great inspiration for the Asia Culture Center to form a creative contemporary discourse and will provide innovative help in spreading exchanges and expanding the base of Asian cultural research.
Thank you very much
Visiting Senior Researcher of BKC Research Organization of Social Sciences, Ritsumeikan University
After visiting Korea for the first time in 1979, Asakura Toshio conducted field research in Korea and overseas Korean societies. Formerly, he was a professor at the National Museum of Ethnology, and the first Dean of the College of Gastronomy Management at Ritsumeikan University. His publications relating to social change and food culture in Korea include Global Food Culture I: Korea (2005), and Transformation and Transborder of Korean Society (2015).
- Social Anthropology, Korean Studies
Professor of the Department of Gender Studies, Lund University
Helle Rydstrom has been working at the Department of Gender Studies at Lund University in Sweden for about 10 years. Prior to her current position she held, for instance, a 4-year research position at the Center for East and Southeast Asian Studies at Lund University. She has coordinated collaborations with departments, centers, and institutes especially in Vietnam and India. Specialized in the anthropology of gender in Asia, Rydstrom increasingly is exploring crisis as a phenomenon, experience, and reality and is thus the President of the Society for Critical Studies of Crisis (SCSC) https://scsc.blogg.lu.se/
- Rydstrom’s research explores entanglements between gender, masculinity, crises, precariousness, and harm in Vietnam in comparison e.g. with China, India, Pakistan, and the Philippines thanks to collaborations in research projects coordinated by Rydstrom.
Lecturer of the Department of Anthropology, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University of Hanoi
Hương Thu Nguyễn is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology at University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University of Hanoi. She holds a PhD in Gender Studies from the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Her work focuses on gendered violence, natural disasters and critical studies of development in Vietnam and South East Asia. She has published numerous peer-reviewed and accredited articles in leading journals such as Culture, Health and Sexuality; Violence Against Women; American Anthropologist; NORMA; Sojourn; Journal of Asian History; Journal of Vietnamese Studies.
- The intersection of gendered violence, climate catastrophes, LGBTQ+, social inclusion and digitalization in Vietnam and the Philippines
Assistant Director of Social Science Baha
Jeevan Baniya holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Oslo, Norway. He is Assistant Director at Social Science Baha. He has supported National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) and the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security (MoLESS) as an expert member and has authored several articles, book chapters, policy reports and op-eds on labor issues and management through a human rights lens. He has been serving as a teaching faculty at DIRD Tribhuvan University Kathmandu Nepal where I has taught master’s and PhD degree courses and supervised in dissertation works.
- Democracy, state-society relations, labour an mobility, public policy, disasters
Reseracher of Institute Geoecology Mongolian Academy of Sciences
Ms. Mandakh Nyamtseren is a geographer with 20 year experience of working in research and development. The major field of her research is desertification mapping and assessment, landscape ecology, land degradation and restoration, and land policy. During her research career, she published 8 books and more than 20 research papers, have participated in the implementation of the international and bilateral projects and programs. The major outcomes include the development of National Action Plan to Combat Desertification in Mongolia, National LDN Targets, and thematic mapping supporting planning and implementation actions for biodiversity conservation, restoring land degradation and mitigating climate change.
- Restoration, remote sensing, environmental data analysis researcher
Professor, Dean at Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences(IAMAS)
A media artist born in Hyogo Prefecture in 1961. Akamatsu graduated from the Kyoto City University of Arts Graduate School of Arts with a doctorate in art. He creates interactive music and visual works; in recent years, he has been studying the influence that technology has on people and society through his creations under the theme of mobility and reality. His representative work includes the books “Max Textbook” and “iOS Textbook”, the apps “Banner” and “Sekai Camera (Tonchidot)” and the installation “Uroboros Torch.”
- Interactive music and video production.
- Recently, under the theme of mobility and reality, the impact of technology on people and society is considered through creation.
Faculty Member & Head of Department of International Relations at Imam Sadiq University
Dr. MohammadHassan KHANI is an Associate Professor of International Relations at Imam Sadiq University (ISU) in Tehran. He is a founding member of Iranian Political Science Association and also a member of Iranian International Relations Association. He is the author of numerous books, chapters in books, and academic papers.. His views and analyses on regional and international affairs have been reflected in form of articles in, and interviews with: Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Reuters, NPR, ABC News, CNN, BBC World, Russia Today, China Central TV, Japan Times, Al-Ahram, Tehran Times, As-Safir, and Hurriyet.
- Theories of International Relations
- Iranian Politics & Foreign Policy
- International Organizations
- Regional Studies: Integration and Regionalism,Middle East, European Union, Central Asia
- Islamic Studies: History of Islam,I slamic Jurisprudence, Political Islam, Islamic Cultures and Muslim Societies
Distinguished Professor of Digital Hollywood University
Started my career as an Ophthalmologist and later the following careers were added: Neuroscientist, Professor, Media Artist, Brain Machine Interface developer, Entrepreneur, Founder of Consortiums, Cafe owner. I consist of a mixture of these different contexts.
- Social Neuroscience, Reality Science, Brain Machine
Professor, Director of Institute of Historical Geography and Environmental Change / Deputy Director of Research Center for Scientific Development of Fenhe River Valley, Taiyuan Normal University
Niu Junjie, male, doctor, professor, born in September 1968. Visitor to Harrow Research Centre, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, Harrow, Ontario. He studied in Shanxi Normal University, East China Normal University, Peking university and Beijing Foreign Studies University. Doctor degree in physical geography, School of Geography and Tourism, Shaanxi Normal University. Mainly engaged in regional development, historical relics, tourism and environmental planning and other aspects of research, published more than 30 Chinese and English papers, preside over 10 projects.
- Regional development, historical sites, tourism and environmental planning
Sylff Fellow for Doctoral Research of Centre for South Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University
Priyanshi Chauhan is a Sylff Fellow for Doctoral Research at the Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS), School of Intentional Studies (SIS), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. She is presently working on gender issues in clean energy sector in South Asia for her Ph.D. thesis. She holds a M.Phil. degree in South Asian Studies and MA degree in International Relations from SIS, JNU and is an Economics graduate from the University of Delhi. Her research interests include gender in development, gender in international relations, intra-household bargaining, and regional cooperation in South Asia.
- Gender in international relations, gender in development, and Intra-household Bargaining
Professor at the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) Institute of Renewable Natural Resources College of Forestry and Natural Resources (CFNR)
Rex Victor O. Cruz has a PhD in Watershed Management and is a professor at the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) IRNR College of Forestry and Natural Resources. Former Dean, UPLB College of Forestry and Natural Resources, and former Chancellor, UPLB. An academician of the National Academy of Science and Technology Philippines. A member of the National Pool of Technical Experts of the Climate Change Commission (CCC) and a member of People Survival Fund Board of Philippine CCC. An author of the UN IPCC Assessment Reports of 1995; 2001; and 2007.
- Watershed management, forestry, climate change, land use studies, upland development
Rector of the Oriental Studies, Tashkent State University
Prof. Rikhsieva Gulchehra Shovkatovna is the rector of the Tashkent State University of Oriental Studies and a Deputy Head of the Committee of Science, Education and Health of the Senate of Uzbekistan. She has earned her doctoral degree in Uzbek Philology and has a variety of experiences in linguistics, poetical study, culture and literature, pedagogical technology, and teaching of language for foreigners. In addition, she won the “ISTE’DOD” fund of the President of Republic Uzbekistan.
- Linguistics, Poetry, Culture and Literature, Pedagogy, Foreign Language Education
Professor of Department of Political Science and International Relations, Istanbul University
Sadik Unay graduated from Bogazici University, Department of Political Science and International Relations with honors in 1997. He received his MA in International Political Economy from the University of Manchester, Department of Government in 1999 and his PhD from the same university in 2005. As an academic, he lectured on economic globalization, political economy, international relations and foreign policy in the Middle East and East Asia at Manchester, Birmingham, Huddersfield, Yildiz Technical, Maltepe and İstanbul Universities. He currently teaches at İstanbul University, Faculty of Economics, Department of Political Science and International Relations. He is also a Senior Consultant for IRCICA, the cultural subsidiary of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.
- Comparative and International Political Economy, Human Development, Politics of the Middle East and East Asia.
Senior Lecturer of Institute for Environment and Development(LESTARI), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia(UKM)
Dr. Sharina Abdul Halim, an environmental sociologist, is a Senior Lecturer at the Institute for Environment and Development (LESTARI, UKM). She is the Head for Langkawi Research Centre (PPL). A member of the Scientific and Technical Team for the Langkawi UNESCO Global Geopark since 2007 and National Geopark Implementation Committee, Malaysia. Also, assigned as one of the Lead Authors for the Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC) Chapter 5 - Special 1.5 degrees Report (2017-2018). Currently, involved in Chapter 10: Asia & Cross-Chapter 7: Tropical Forests for the Working Group II contribution to the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report (AR6-WGII) (2019-2021).
- Island and Indigenous communities; Sustainable Livelihoods; Community Engagement; Integrated Heritage Conservation
Professor of Comparative Literature and Literatures in English, Cornell University
Timothy Murray is Professor of Comparative Literature and English, Director of the Cornell Council for the Arts, and Curator of the Cornell Biennial and the Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art at Cornell University. A theorist and curator of the arts and humanities, he blends contemporary art, film and video, performance, and Continental philosophy. He is Foreign PI in the Global Research Network of the National Research Foundation of Korea, Chair of the Board of Directors of New York Humanities, on the Executive Board of HASTAC, and Senior Fellow of the School of Criticism and Theory.
- New Media and Visual Studies. Film & Video. Theatre & Performance. Philosophy.
Research Associate of the London School of Economics and Political Science / Postdoctoral fellow at the Council of British Research in the Levant
Walaa is a research associate at the Middle East Centre, LSE. She received her PhD in Human Geography from Durham University in 2018. Her research examines the transformative political potential of everyday activism and aesthetics in the ambit of gender and sexuality.
In 2021, Walaa received a postdoctoral fellowship to writer her book, to be published with Routledge. From 2022 she will be a Marie Curie Global Fellow at the University of Venice and Columbia, NY.
- Gender, Sexuality and Conflict, Human rights and Feminist and Queer Movements and Activisms in the MENA
Special Invitation Researcher of Yungang Grottoes Research Institute, Shanxi University
He entered Shanxi University in 1978 majoring in history and archeology and built his career at the Cultural Heritage Management Committee in Taiyuan after graduating from the university in 1982. In 1983, he entered the master's program of the history department of Shanxi University, and he trained students at his alma mater after graduating from the graduate school in 1986. In early 1992, he was appointed editor-in-chief of the editorial department for commerce of the cultural magazine of < the Cultural Heritage > from Shaanxi Provincial Cultural Heritage Administration, moved to Shaanxi Provincial Institute of Archaeology as director in 1995. In 1999, he was selected as a professor-level researcher and appointed secretary of the institute in 2002. Currently, he holds positions such as chief of the Shaanxi Provincial North China Research Center, affiliated professor of Shanxi University, guest researcher of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, visiting professor of Beijing Normal University and affiliated researcher of Peking University Center for Reach of Ancient Chinese History. He was also granted research funds from the State Council and is a specialist who is directly entrusted by the Shanxi Provincial Committee and an academic adviser of the master’s and doctorate program of Shanxi University.
- History, Archaeology
Professor of Department of Architecture and Architectural Engineering, Seoul National University
Jin Baek received his BA in Engineering from Seoul National University, MA in Architecture from Yale University, and PhD in Architectural History and Theory from University of Pennsylvania. His publications include Architecture as the Ethics of Climate (Routledge, 2016) and Pugyeingryuheng (Drifting through landscapes).
- Architectural History and Theory
Fellowship Researcher of Contents Creation Center, Yonsei University
Bak Young Hyo earned a PhD in Media Art course of Study of Arts from Kyoto University of Arts. His doctoral dissertation is titled "Basis of art expression utilizing data aggregate of the body through Crowd-sensing". His works mainly focus on research on new fields of expression utilizing new technologies, and his major works include ARART, an image-based mobile AR platform, TRAVITA, a documentary platform utilizing mobile-based UGC, etc. As an affiliated artist with ARART project, he presented ARART-based artworks at various media festivals and special exhibitions all around the world. He also carried out various client works related to media art as a director/creator of Ma-tilde.inc. He is currently serving as a research fellow at Contents Creation Center of Yonsei University, and as a lecturer at Global Leaders College of Yonsei university.
- Media Arts
Academic Research Professor of Center for Intangible Cultural Heritage and Information Science, Jeonbuk National University
Yuseok Han holds a PhD in Cultural Anthropology from Chonbuk National University. The title of his doctoral dissertation is “Unwelcomed Migrants in Thailand: Governmentality over Kachin migrants and their hybrid identity”. He is affiliated with the Center for Intangible Cultural Heritage and Information Science of Chonbuk National University and serves as an academic research professor at National Research Foundation of Korea. He is a co-author of < Comparative study of local regeneration utilizing culture >, < The Birth Registration of migrant children: cases of Thailand, Vietnam >, and his main research papers include “Being ‘Hill Tribes’ as a Product: Tourism Commercialization of Hill Tribes in Northern Thailand”, “Being Flexible Migrants: The Change in Identity of Kachin Migrants in Chiang Mai, Thailand”, “‘Good Refugees and ‘Bad’ Refugees: Bare Others in Northern Thailand” etc.
- Migration, Nationalism, Ethnicity, International Development Cooperation, Urban Regeneration
Professor of Department of Central Asian Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Jieon Lee got her PhD in Politics at Tashkent University of Oriental Studies in Uzbekistan. Her doctoral dissertation title is A Study on Foreign Policy Making Process in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Currently, she is a professor of CIS Studies at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. Her recent research includes Strategy of Middle State’s Foreign Policy: Eurasian Region (2021) and Multivector Diplomacy and Multilateralism of Kazakhstan’s Foreign Policy (2021)
- Domestic Politics and International Relations in Central Asia
Professor of DongA University
Jong Min Lee has earned a PhD in Chinese Culture at Seoul National University. His doctoral dissertation is titled Understanding the History and Literary Figuration of Modern China - Focusing on Liang qi-chao, Guowei Wang, Lu Xun, and Yu Da Fu. He served as a professor at Hanbat National University and Kyungsung University. His publications include The Uncomfortable Truth About China and Awareness of the Korea-China Issue in the Post-THAAD Era and Its Resolution.
- Chinese Modern Literature History.
- Chinese Culture
Research Professor of the Institute of Central Asian Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Nan-A Lee received her PhD in the Department of Turkish Literature at Ankara University. The title of her doctoral dissertation is Problems of the East and West in Peyami Safa’s Works. She is a Research Professor of The Institute of Central Asian Studies at HUFS. She wrote a book and an article, titled Understanding of Orhan Pamuk and Understanding of Uzbekistan Literature.
- Turkish Literature, Central Asian Literature and Cultural Contents
- Turkic women's issues, Turkic culture
Team Leader of Educational Broadcasting System(EBS)
Produced and broadcast episodes of World Heritage Series, Baekje Historic Areas and Cultural Heritage Travel Road in < Cultural Heritage Korea >, < Cultural asset inside >, < Cultural Heritage VR >, etc.
Professor of Dept. of Archaeology & Cultural Anthropology, Mokpo National University
Jeong Seok Park earned a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Hyderabad. He served as an Associate Curator at National Folk Museum of Korea and a research professor at Honam Culture Research Center of Chonnam University, and he is currently serving as a professor at the Department of Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology, Mokpo National University. His main publications include < Beyond the Caste >, < People who marry a cousin on the mother’s side >, < Hindu Kingdom to the people’s state >, < Non mainstream groups in Nepal > etc.
- Cultural Anthropology
Distinguished Chair Professor of Chonnam National University
Sang Chul Park served as a professor at Seoul National University, College of Medicine, head of SNU Institute of Aging, and a chair professor at DGIST. He is currently serving as a research chair professor at Chonnam University. Aging is his main field of research and he has been awarded a Medal of Honor Moranjang. He published 400 theses and 30 books.
- Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Aging, Metabolism
Professor of Yeungnam University
So Hyun Park is a professor at Yeungnam University. She earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in Korean Traditional Music from Hanyang University, College of Music, and Graduate School of Hanyang University, and holds a PhD from the same graduate school. (Doctor of Philosophy/major in Anthropology of Music). She holds a graduate certificate from Mongolian University of Arts and Culture. She has been awarded an Honoured Medal for the 800th Anniversary of the Great Mongolian State. She is serving as the President of the Korean Association for Mongolian Studies, an editor of Korean Musicological Society and the Society of Study for Korean Music Education, and a director of Society For Korean Music Educators and Association for Korean Shamanistic Studies. She wrote about 70 papers and/or books including “Musical research on Korean and Mongolian epic songs”, which is her doctoral dissertation, and “North Korean Gayageum, the Korean zither and the music that 20th century Mongol embraced (2007)”, 『Mongolian Epic song, Tuul』(2005,), 『Dictionary of Nomadic culture in Northeast Asia』(affiliated with Dankook University, 2017) etc.
- Mongolia, Northeast Asian music culture, Korean music (Korean traditional music)
Research Planning Team Leader of Asia Culture Institute(ACI)
Hyoyoon Shim received his BA and MA in Folklore at Chung-Ang University and MA in Socio-cultural Anthropology at Durham University. Currently, he is a Research Planning Team Leader at Asia Culture Institute. She is a co-author of Kazakhstan - The Cradleland of the "Golden Man." He is currently working on “The Refrigerator Illusion Project.”
- Multiculturalism, Intangible Heritage, Nomadic Culture
Research Professor of Institute for Chinese and Overseas Chinese Culture, Incheon National University
u-Hyung Shim has earned a PhD in Cultural Anthropology from Duke University. The title of his doctoral dissertation is “Haunted Borderland: The Politics on the Border War against China in post-Cold War Vietnam.” Currently, he is a Research Professor at the Institute for Chinese and Overseas Chinese Culture at Incheon National University. He was a Research Professor of Institute for East Asian Studies at Sogang University, former Chair of The Committee of the International affairs at The Korean Association of Southeast Asian Studies, and former Research Commissioner at The Korean Association of Cultural Anthropology. He has given lectures at The Catholic University of Korea, Kangwon National University, Yonsei University, Sogang University, Dongguk University, and Duke University. He is a co-author of Southeast Asia in a Globalizing World: Exploring Social and Cultural Hybridity (2018) and Open Southeast Asia: Transnational Relations and Searching for a New Identity (2017). His papers include “Without the Lips, the Teeth Feel the Cold (脣亡齒寒)” and the Structure of Asymmetry: The Vietnam-China Relations and the Historyscapes of the Border (2020) and Cultural Politics of Vietnamese-American War Refugees in the Post-Cold War Era: Focusing on the Works of Viet Thanh Nguyen (2020).
- Cultural Anthropology, Socio-cultural studies on Vietnam, Southeast Asian Studies
Chang-Woon Shin is an artist. He has held 16 private exhibitions in cities such as Gwangju, Seoul, Busan and New Delhi.
- Indian ritual painting
Senior Researcher of the Sogang Euro-Mena Institute
Soo-Jeong Yi holds a PhD in Middle East and African Studies at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. Her main research area is “Migrant Muslim Society” which studies migration of Muslims and their social adaptation in the Korean society and international community. In particular, her study focuses on how society accepts others through the lives of immigrant Muslims living in Korea.
- Islamic Studies. Migrant Muslim
- ThemeThe Present and Future of Asia
- Date2021. 11. 25.(Thu)~11. 26.(Fri) / Korea Standard Time(KST)
- Host/OrganizerThe Asia Culture Center(ACC)
Chonnam National University KOR Consortium
- VenueACC Archive & Research
- RegistrationOn-site only
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A Comparative Study on Yi Yinjik’s ‘Silver World’and Bankim Chandra’s ‘Abbey of Bliss’
Afzal Ahmad Khan
Factors Influencing Koryoin School-Aged Children's Motivation and Demotivation for Learning Korean
Through the “Kim Jiyoung” Phenomenon, Probe Into Generational Problems of Korean and Chinese Women - Focusing on the Chinese Translation of “Kim Jiyoung Born 1982”
Jin Mei Xian
A Socio-Cultural Contrast Study on the Korean and Chinese Internet Neologisms: Focusing on Neologisms in 2010~2020
An Ethnographic Study on The Settlement Status of Bangladeshi Migrants in Korea
Md Golam Rabbani
Doctoral Course in Korean Language and Literature at Chonnam National University
Sun Xiaoyuan is a Chinese international student undergoing a doctoral course, majoring in folklore in Korean Language and Literature at Chonnam National University.
Doctoral Course in Korean Language and Literature at Chonnam National University
Ghevondyan Kristina obtained a Master’s degree in the Interdisciplinary Program of Asian Culture at Chonnam National University. She is a doctoral student in Korean Language and Literature at Chonnam National University. Her field of study is folklore. The Master’s thesis is titled “A Comparative Study on Korean and Armenian Folk Culture“.
Next Generation Researcher, BK Education Research Team, Department of Korean Language and Literature, Kyungpook National University
Dr. Afzal Ahmad Khan completed his under-graduation in 2008 from the Centre for Korean Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University India and he came to Korea on Korean government scholarship(NIIED) to obtain higher education from the Department of Korean Language and Literature at Kyungpook National University. In 2011, he submitted his master’s thesis 『A Comparative Study on Shin Chae-ho and Premchand’s Novels』, and in 2017, he submitted his doctoral thesis 『A study on the Utopian Consciousness in Choi In-hun’s Novels』. His main research interests are early Korean modern literature, colonial literature and post-colonial Korean literature. In addition, he is also interested in representation of India, Indian culture, Buddhist culture in Korean literature, comparative cultural language literature studies, comparative Korean classical literature and research on translation etc. His major research papers include 「The Significance of ‘Mask’ in Choi In‒hun’s “Reflections on a Mask” : On the Basis of the Reflection of Indian Brahmanism Culture-」”, 「A study on the meaning of a “neutral nation” presented in Choi In-hun’s 『The Square』 」, 「A study on the correlation between the monkey presented in Choi In-hun’s 『Seoyugi』 and in Chinese∙Indian literature - from the perspective of authority and resistance-」, 「A comparative study on postcoloniality represented in Yi Kwang-su’s 『Mujong』 and Tagore’s 『Gorā』」etc. He wrote newspaper columns titled 「Indian Incense Fragnance in Gyeongju」, 「Language of Supereme Truth: Ga Na Da Ra Ma Ba Sa」, 「Choi In-hun’s Foresight: Who is Lee Myeong-jun of 『The Square』」, 「The Festival of Autumn, Unification of Hometown and the Place Away from Hometown」 etc. He is currently serving as a Next Generation Researcher of BK Education Research Team in the Department of Korean Language and Literature at Kyungpook National University Korea.
- Modern Korean Literature
Chonnam National University, Department of Korean Language and Literature, ABD
Lee Yumi obtained a Master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Program in Teaching in Korean as a Foreign Language at Chonnam National University and completed a doctoral course in the Department of Korean Language and Literature at the same university. She is teaching Korean language to international students in the Institute of International Exchange & Education at Mokpo National University and in the Language Education Center at Chonnam National University. She ia a co-author of “Challenges and achievements in Korean studies based on local language and literature”(2019) and wrote research papers including ‘Intrasentential Anaphora Resolution in L1 and L2 Korean’(2020), ‘A Comparative Study of Word Associations of Korean L1 Speakers and L2 Learners’(2021) etc.
- Korean as a Foreign Language
Sungkyunkwan University， doctoral candidate
- Sep.2017~ present, attending the 3rd semester of doctoral program in Korean Literature, contemporary literature at Sungkyunkwan University
- Sep.2017.- Jun.2013, M.A degree in comparative literature, world literature at Yanbian University (China)
- Master’s thesis: comparative study on anti-Japan narratives of China and North Korea
- Published thesis: Study on narratives of wounds and healing of ‘comfort women’-themed movies in Korea, China -focused on < Spirits’ homecoming > and < Twenty two >
- Korean Literature, contemporary literature
Kyungpook National University, Department of Korean Language and Literature, Doctor Course Completion
Fu Liang obtained a Master's degree in Korean Language and Literature at Kyungpook National University. The title of her master's thesis is "A contrastive study on Sino-Korean Suffixes such as 'jang' and 'so'". She completed the doctoral course and during the course he wrote research papers including "A Study on the Semantic Preference and the Chinese Corresponding Expressions of the Korean Person-Suffix ‘-Ggun’", and "Word Formation and the Socio-Cultural Characteristics of Chinese Neologisms: Focusing on Neologisms in 2017 and 2018" etc.
- Department of Korean Language and Literature, Korean linguistics
Department of Global Diaspora Studies (International Studies)
Md Golam Rabbani from Bangladesh, is a doctoral student in the Department of Global Diaspora Studies (International Studies) at Chonnam National University. He earned a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Anthropology at Dhaka University and obtained a Master’s degree in the Global Diaspora Studies on Aug. 25th. 2017. It can be said that Dhaka University is evaluated to be at a similar level to that of Seoul National University in Korea, in the World University Ranking and in awareness evaluation.
- Humanities, Anthropology, International Studies
ACC Archive & Research, Conference Hall