Presenting faculty will assign readings for their sessions, and the full citation information will be accessible below. Each presenter will prepare a bibliography that includes assigned readings and optional additional readings. These bibliographies along with other materials will be available in the Presenter Session Materials under Resources in the coming weeks.
Infusing Korean Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum:
A Faculty and Program Development Summer Institute
July 08 to July 19, 2019
July 08 - July 12, 2019
Monday, July 08, 2019
Harrison Kim: Korean History: A Thematic Overview
Charles R. Kim, "Moral Imperatives: South Korean Studenthood and April 19th." The Journal of Asian Studies 71, 2 (May 2012): 399–422
Cheehyung Harrison Kim, "North Korea's Vinalon City: Industrialism as Socialist Everyday Life." Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique 22, 4 (Fall 2014): 809-836
James B. Palais, "Confucianism and The Aristocratic/Bureaucratic Balance in Korea." Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 44, 2 (December 1984): pp. 427-468
Vladimir Tikhonov, "Sin Ŏ njun (1904–1938) and Lu Xun’s Image in Korea: Colonial Korea’s Nationalist Transnationalism." The Journal of Asian Studies 78 1 (February 2019): 23–44
Tuesday, July 09, 2019
Maya Stiller: Korean Arts and Visual Culture: Then and Now
Horlyck, Charlotte. "Art and Politics of the 1980s and the mid-1990s," in Korean Art: From the 19th Century to the Present, 132-148. London: Reaktion Books, 2017.
Chang Chin-sung, “Korean Art History and Ethnic Nationalism: The Case of Jeong Seon and Kim Hongdo.” Arts of Korea: Histories, Challenges, and Perspectives, edited by Jason Steuber and Allysa B. Peyton, 304-331. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2018.
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Building Korean Studies (meetings with campus teams)
Paul Chang. 2015. Protest Dialectics: State Repression and South Korea’s Democracy Movement, 1970-1979. Stanford University Press. Chapters 1 and 2.
Namhee Lee. 2007. The Making of Minjung: Democracy and the Politics of Representation in South Korea. Cornell University Press. Chapter 4. The Undongkwŏn as a Counterpublic Sphere.
Sun-Chul Kim. 2016. Democratization and Social Movements in South Korea, Defiant Institutionalization. Routledge. Introduction and chapter 2.
Sang-Hyop Lee: The Korean Economy: Past Precedents and Future Prospects
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_South_Korea (PDF version in Dropbox)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaebol (PDF version in Dropbox)
O, Yul Kwon, 2010. The Korean Economy in Transition: An Institutional Perspective (UK and Massachusetts: Edward Elgar, 2010) Chpt. 1. "Korea’s Economic Policy in Transition: Evolution, Assessment and Future Direction"
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Young-A Park: Film Studies and Contemporary Korean Cinema
Christina Klein, "Why American Studies Needs to Think about Korean Cinema, or, Transnational Genres in the Films of Bong Joon-ho." American Quarterly 60, 4 (December 2008): 871-898