31st AKSE Conference
Conference program & venue
Conference venue: Southern Campus of the University of Copenhagen Address & Map

Zoom link for the Opening Ceremony

Book exhibition in room 4A.1.60 (Friday ~ Sunday)

Language of presentation: “K” for Korean, otherwise English

Timing of panels/presentations: Each panel has 100 min. Organized panels can use the time as they like. Individual presenters have up to 20 min for their presentation.

22 June 2023 (Thursday)
Time Place Activity
15:30 In front of “Wakeup Copenhagen, Carsten Niebuhrs Gade” Walk together from hotel to the conference venue. Student helpers will have signs and flags, so you will easily recognize them.
15:40 In front of “Wakeup Copenhagen, Bernstorffsgade” Walk together from hotel to the conference venue. Student helpers will have signs and flags, so you will easily recognize them.
16:00-17:00 23.0.50 (Building 23, ground floor, room 50)
Registration/Badge Pick-Up
17:00-17:40 Opening Ceremony/Welcome Remarks/Award Ceremony

Kirsten Busch (Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen)
Kim Hyung Gil (Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Denmark)
Ahn Byung Woo (President of the Academy of Korean Studies)
Marion Eggert (President of the Association for Korean Studies in Europe)
17:40-18:10 Keynote Speech by Boudewijn Walraven (Leiden University):
“AKSE Beyond the K-Craze”
18:30-19:00 Festsalen
(Building 11A, ground floor)
Registration/Badge Pick-Up
19:00-19:30 Concert by Ensemble GaMuAk
19:30-21:00 Reception Dinner

23 June 2023 (Friday)
Time Blocks Activity
08:00 In front of “Wakeup Copenhagen, Bernstorffsgade” Walk together from hotel to the conference venue. Student helpers will have signs and flags, so you will easily recognize them.
08:00- Pre-conference Registration/Badge Pick-Up (Entrance to conference in building 4A)
09:00-10:40 BLOCK 1
Panel 1 (Room: 4A.0.56)
Rethinking Factionalism during the Chosŏn Period

Adam Bohnet

Diana Yuksel (University of Bucharest): The Politics of disengagement and scholarly factionalism – the case of Nammyŏng Cho Sik and the Northerners
Adam Bohnet (King's University College at the University of Western Ontario): Philosophy, poetry, factions and Chibong Yi Sugwang
Graeme Reynolds (University of Chicago): Factional retrospectives: recompiling Koryŏ history in seventeenth century Chosŏn
Guy Shababo (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem): Religious Climate: The Influence of the ‘Little Ice Age’ on Confucian identity
Panel 2 (Room: 4A.0.68)
Korean Collections in Europe seen through a Digital Lens

Elmer Veldkamp

Katharina Süberkrüb (Universität Hamburg): Ontology of Korean cultural heritage: Gisan genre paintings in Europe as a case study
Ji Young Park (TU Berlin): New tools for provenance research of overseas Korean cultural heritage
Maria Sobotka (Freie Universität zu Berlin): Celadons, collectors, and connections: tracking the Korean collection at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg
Elmer Veldkamp (Leiden University): The personal touch in second-hand collecting practices in Museum Volkenkunde
Panel 3 (Room: 4A.1.46)
Affairs, Scandals, and Causes: Case Studies in Korean Law and Society

Hannes Mosler (University of Duisburg-Essen)

Jong-Chol An (Ca' Foscari University of Venice): Who Decides the Constitutionality of a Customary Law? A Case on Woman Household Head's Property in Contemporay Korea
Christophe Duvert (Soongsil University): Politico-financial cases in South-Korea: the new criminal law landscape in perspective
Doo Hyeong Lee (Université Lumière Lyon 2): A Criminal Case of US Soldiers in 2002 and the Expansion of the Korean Anti-American Movement: A Case Study of the ‘Candlelight Vigil in Remembrance of Hyo-sun and Mi-sŏn’ in 2002
Justine Guichard (Université Paris Cité): The Killing of In Ho Oh: A Lost Cause in Post-War America and Korea
Panel 4 (Room: 4A.1.68)
Cho Seung-bog (1922-2012) – Cultural Hybridity, Cold-War Neutrality, and Émigré Research on Korea in Scandinavia

Bert Edström (Institute for Security and Development Policy, Sweden)

Vladimir Tikhonov (Oslo University): Cho Seung-bog – An Academic Life in Overlapping Contact Zones
Sonja Haeussler (Stockholm University): Cho Seungbog's Encounters with North Korean Intellectual live
Kyounghwa Lim (Chung-Ang University): A Korean Who Taught on Japan in Swedish: Cho Seung-bog as a Pioneer of Northern European Japanology
Wonhyong Cho (Seoul National University): On the Linguistic Research of Cho Seung-bog (K)
10:40-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:40 BLOCK 2
Panel 5 (Room: 4A.0.56)
The Social Dynamics of the Privileged (chon ) and the Debased (pi ) in Late Chosŏn Korea: Representation, Practice, and System

Nam-lin Hur

Kyeong-Sook Kim (Seoul National University): Representations of Social Status and Agency in Nobi Documents in the Late Chosŏn (K)
Yeounsuk Lee (Hitotsubashi University): The Culture of Street Entertainment and a Space of Liberation for the Ruled in Late Chosŏn Korea (K)
Nam-lin Hur (The University of British Columbia): Inappropriate Rituals (ŭmsa 淫祀) for Better Life and the Politics of Suppression in Late Chosŏn Korea
Eunju Baek (Yonsei University): Colloquial Korean of the Ruling and Ruled Classes in the Novel Imkkŏkchŏng and Chonbi Culture in Late Chosŏn Korea (K)
Panel 6 (Room: 4A.0.68)
Individual Presentations:  Imperialism, Colonialism, Nationalism

Evelyne Cherel-Riquier (Université de la Rochelle)

Hyun Kyong Hannah Chang (University of Sheffield): Nationalism in the Shadow of Protestant Hymnody: Creating a Korean Vernacular Literature in Early Christian Newspapers
Mi-Ryong Shim (University of Georgia): “Immigrants of Good Quality”: Race Science and the Promotion of Korean Migration in Manchurian Pioneer Literature
Hyejong Kang (Yonsei University) : “Personal Opinion (私議)” and “Dialogue (問對)”: Writings on Current Affairs by Literati in Nineteenth Century Chosŏn (K)
Marie Oceane Lachaud (Inalco, Paris): The institutionalization’s process of smallpox vaccination in Korea - from 1876 to 1905
Panel 7 (Room: 4A.1.46)
As-Yet Unexplored: Gender Approaches in Korean Art History

Charlotte Horlyck (SOAS)

Youenhee Kho (Sungkyunkwan University): Reading the discriminatory thoughts of male literati in A Woman Reading
Mina Yu (Wonkwang University): Romanticized Images from Classical Painting: Literati Scholars’ Reason for Enjoying Shinuhua Paintings of Beauties
Jungeun Lee (Hanguk University of Foreign Studies): Revisiting Pictures of Tilling and Weaving: Women, Labor, and the Economy
Soyeon Kim (Ewha Womans University): Mt. Kumgang and Gender: How Mt. Kumgang Came to Symbolize the Masculine and the Feminine during Japanese Colonial Occupation
Panel 8 (Room: 4A.1.68)
Social and Cultural Policies of the Park Chung Hee Regime

Codruta Sintionean

Maria Sobotka (Freie Universität zu Berlin): Between Westernization, Japanization and Self (Re)-PresentationThe Re-Invention of Art during the Era of Park Chung Hee, 1961-1979
Codruta Sintionean (Babeș-Bolyai University): The Power of Memory: The Appropriation of the “Statue Movement” by the Park Chung Hee Regime
Agnieszka Smiatacz (Leiden University): The Practice of Ideology, the Nourishment of Communal Spirit, and the Honing of Individual Talent: Anticommunist Speech Contests in Schools under the Park Chung Hee Government
Ramona Kovacs (Eotvos Lorand University, Department of Korean Studies): Building a family during the 1960s-1970s - the National Family Planning Program in South Korea
12:40-14:00 Lunch (Bldg. 23)
14:00-15:40 BLOCK 3
Panel 9 (Room: 4A.0.56)
Reconfiguring the Others: Triangular Relations between Joseon Korea, Qing China, and the West in the Mid-nineteenth Century

Hyoseung Shin

Jeanhyoung Soh (Seoul National University): Formation and Refraction of the Concept “West”: A Case Study of Byeokwi shinpyeon
Dong-uk Lee (Northeast Asian History Foundation): Treaties, Religion, and “Sadae Jaso(事大字小)”: The Change of China’s Role in Korea-West Encounters in the Early and Mid-nineteenth Century (K)
Sungwook Son (Changwon National University): The Curiosity of ‘Hermits’: Westerners’ Observations of Koreans in China in the 1860s and 1870s (K)
Jang-won Min (Republic of Korea Naval Academy): The Maritime Defense Strategy on the Western Coast of Joseon and the Counteraction to the ‘Strangely Shaped Ships’ in the Early and Mid-nineteenth Century (K)
Panel 10 (Room: 4A.0.68)
The Dynamics of Exile and the Exiled in Koryŏ’s Political World

Donghun Jung (Seoul National University of Education)

Rahel Plassen (Leiden University): Camels, Envoys, and Exile in Triangular North-East Asian relations: The meaning of exile in the 10th century diplomatic context
Remco Breuker (Leiden University): Exile in the work of Yi Kyubo
Hee-eun Oh (Seoul National University): Exile as an Institution: tracing the characteristics of Koryô exile (K)
Eon Heai Sur (Seoul National University): Far from Court: Exiled Koryŏ kings during the period of Mongol rule (K)
Panel 11 (Room: 4A.1.46)
How to teach "hancha" and "hanmun" in Korean Studies?

Felix Siegmund (Free University of Berlin)

Ross King (University of British Columbia): First things first: Adding a sinographic dimension to Korean Language Education (KLE)
Young Kyun Oh (Arizona State University): Out loud: Vocalization and Learning Hanmun
Isabelle Sancho (CNRS-EHESS Center for Korean Studies)/Vladimir Glomb (Free University of Berlin): Korean, Traditional, or Confucian Curriculum?
Line Daugaard/Barbara Wall (University of Copenhagen): How useful can Kim Tonguk's Chusǒk Han’guk hanmun kangdok (“Annotated readings of Korean Hanmun”) be as Hanmun textbook for beginners?
Panel 12 (Room: 4A.1.68)
Religious books and cultural interaction in Korean Catholicism

Ksenia Chizhova (Princeton University)

Chikyun Lim (The Academy of Korean Studies): A Comparative Study between the Chinese version Yeonok Yakseol(煉獄略說 : a brief description of purgatory) and the Korean version Ryeonok Ryakseol(련옥략셜)(K)
Wonhyong Cho (Seoul National University): A Text Linguistic Analysis on “Cheonjugasa” (didactic poems on Roman Catholicism) published in Gyeonghyangjapji (The Magazine Urbi et Orbi) (K)
Hangun Cho (The Research Foundation of Korean Church History): A Study on Catechism Understanding and its Development inthe Early Korean Catholic Church-Based on Ju·gyo·yo·ji and Sang·jae·sang·seo- (K)
Hyeon Beom Cho (The Academy of Korean Studies): Korean Translation of Catholic Hagiography (K)
LTI Information Session (Room: 4A.0.69)
15:40-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-17:40 BLOCK 4
Panel 13 (Room: 4A.0.56)
Individual Presentations 3: Communities and Belonging in Contemporary South Korea

Marco Milani (University of Bologna)

Youngeun Koo (University of California, Irvine): A Not-So-Machine-Like International Adoption System: Liberal Social Work Ideologies, Heterogeneous Rationalities, and South Korean Modernity during the Park Chung Hee era
Eunsil Yim (Université Paris Cité, EHESS/CNRS UMR Chine Corée Japon): The Soviet Legacy of the Korean Minority and the Migration Experiences in South Korea
Amos Farooqi (University of Copenhagen): Where is Home? Displacement and Constructed Communities in Korean Hip-hop
Marion Gilbert (EHESS, Paris): The formation of homosociality on social networks: the case of South Korean queer women on Twitter
Panel 14 (Room: 4A.0.68)
The Other Side of Hunminjeongeum (the Korean Alphabet): Sino-Korean Sounds and Sino-Korean Loanwords from Middle to Modern Korean

Ik Jong Cha

Ik Jong Cha (Seoul National University): Dongguk Jeongun Style Sino-Korean: a Notation Method as a Double Writing System
Unseong Cho (Sungkyunkwan University): Comparison of sounds of the series Hongmujeongunyeokhun (K)
Keunseon Yu (Yonsei University): A study of the Sino-Korean sound in Jangsugyeong-eonhae (K)
Dayong Lim (Dankook University): The transfer Sino-Korean words and their sounds (K)
Panel 15 (Room: 4A.1.46)
Korea in Silico: Rediscovering Korea with Digital Humanities and Computational Social Sciences

Antonetta Bruno (Università di Roma "La Sapienza")

June Jeon (Chungnam National University): Peripheralizing Social Science Academia: A Relational Landscape of the Global and Local Social Science
Valeria Ruscio (Sapienza University of Rome): Korean linguistics through the lenses of language models: a Question Answering case study
Byungjun Kim/Bong Gwan Jun (KAIST): Quantitative methodology on the success factors of Squid Game based on the worldwide audience responses

Panel 16 (Room: 4A.1.68)
Individual Presentations: History and Memory

Vladimír Glomb (Freie Universität Berlin)

Damien Peladan (Université Bordeaux Montaigne): Resuscitating the Hall of Infinite Longevity: An aspect of the impact of Japanese piracy on Korean cultural heritage
Kang Hahn Lee (Academy of Korean Studies): How the Mongols were remembered in the eyes of the Koreans
Yaerim Hyun (National Museum of Korea): Japanese War Ceramics and Propaganda Images Distributed in Korea
Giovanni Volpe (Seoul National University): Cosmopolitan Form and Vernacular Significance: Punctuation Signs (kudujŏm ) in Fifteenth-century Chosŏn Texts
AKS Information Session (Room: 4A.0.69)
18:00-19:00 AKSE General Meeting (members only, 4A.0.69)

24 June 2023 (Saturday)
09:00-10:40 BLOCK 5
Panel 17 (Room: 4A.0.56)
Digital Interpretation of Literature, Social Life and History of the Chosŏn Dynasty

Javier Cha (University of Hong Kong)

Christina Han (Wilfrid Laurier University): Building a Semantic Database of Chosŏn Dynasty Poetry Talks: A Case Study of Hong Manjong’s Sihwa ch’ongnim
Seung-eun Lee (Korea University): A Genealogy of Stories: The Desires and Tastes of the People in the Late Chosŏn Korea Reflected in Yadam Stories (K)
Jing Hu (Autonomous University of Barcelona/Berlin State Library): Towards Middle People: The Downward Mobility of Military Officers After the Imjin War

Individual Presenter
Sang-ho Ro (Ewha Womans University): Mathematical Justification and Proofs as a New Mode of Knowledge Exchange in the Eighteenth-century Korea
Panel 18 (Room: 4A.0.68)
Temporality and Corporeality in Korean Cultures

Soo Ryon Yoon

Ga Young Chung (University of California Davis): Unexpired: Imperial Futurity and Undocumented Korean Youth Resistance
Yookyeong Im (Harvard University): Queering Korean Time: Historicity and Temporality in South Korean Queer Activism
Sunhye Kim (Ewha Womans University): “Pulim” to “Nanim”: The Medicalization of Infertility and Reproductive Politics in South Korea
Soo Ryon Yoon (Sungkonghoe Univeristy): “Crazy Dance” in Cold War Inter-Asia: Ch'angmuhoe and Temporality of Korean Dance in the 1986 Hong Kong Festival of Asian Arts
Panel 19 (Room: 4A.1.46)
New insights into North Korean history, 1940s-1960s

Owen Miller

Camilo Aguirre Torrini (University of Sussex): “We must trade with the Socialist Countries”: Uruguay and North Korea in the 1960s
Kevin Gray: Turning Marx on His Head?: North Korean Juche as Developmental Nationalism
Charlotte Webb (SOAS): Industrial class formation and the organisation of work and life during the first Seven Year Plan (1961-1970) in North Korea
Owen Miller (SOAS, University of London): Inconvenient Labour Heroes: Forgetting the role of Japanese engineers in North Korean industry
Panel 20 (Room: 4A.1.68)
The Limits of “Imagine Your Korea”

CedarBough Saeji

Beatrix Mecsi/Krisztina Nguyen (ELTE University Budapest): Korean Cultural Symbols in Korean Language Textbooks for Foreigners: Made in Korea and Abroad
CedarBough Saeji (Busan National University): Claiming Tradition: Imagine Your Audience
Mathieu Berbiguier (UCLA): K-pop fans’ illusions of Authenticity through Influencers' narratives of the “Korean Dream”
Bonnie Tilland (Leiden University): Foreign Bodies in the Korean Wave: The Role of Non-Korean Actors and Languages in Global Korean Media
10:40-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:40 BLOCK 6
Panel 21 (Room: 4A.0.56)
The East Asian Maritime World during and after the Imjin War (1592-1598): Coercion, State-Building and Frontier Mobility

Rebekah Clements (ICREA &Autonomous University of Barcelona)

Barend Noordam (Autonomous University of Barcelona): Ming Chinese Naval Mobilization for the Imjin War (1592-1598): Networks and Knowledge Circulation in East Asian Maritime Space
Marshall Craig (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona): Abductees in Japan and the Chosŏn embassy of 1596: exploring the limits of state power, responsibility, and belonging
Ki-Jung Song (Korean Naval Academy Maritime Institute): The Acceptance and Transformation of the Gihyosinseo(紀效新書) Strategyby the Naval Forces of Joseon after the Imjin War
Jing Liu (Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences): Maps, surveys, and navigations: the expansion and utilization of maritime knowledge during and after the Imjin War
Panel 22 (Room: 4A.0.68)
Bloody Justice to Deviant Mother, Promiscuous Girl, and Vengeful Men: Transnational Imagination of Justice in Korean Crime Fiction

Jooyeon Rhee

Heayun An (Sungkyunkwan University): The Figure of Mixed-race Killers and National Boundary in 1980s Korean Mystery Fiction: Focusing on Kim Sŏngjong’s International Killer series (K)
Jaejin Yu (Korea University): The Birth of Psychopaths and Motherhood : Focusing on You-Jeong Jeong's The Good Son (2016) and Shusuke Michio's Skeleton Key (2018) (K)
Sohyeon Park (Sungkyunkwan University): Fierce Women, Bloody Justice: Legitimating Female Voices in Rape Stories (K)
Jooyeon Rhee (Penn State University): Vengeful Colonial Masculinity: Reconstruction of Colonial Experience in Kim Naesŏng’s Translation of The Count of Monte Cristo                 
Panel 23 (Room: 4A.1.46)
Colonial Higher Education and Historical Origins of Korean University:  Subjects, Academic Field, and Institutional Legacies

Myung-sook Kang (Pai Chai University), Ju-back Sin (Sungkonghoe University), Kyung Suk Lee (Kyungpook National University)

Joon Young Jung (Seoul National University)/Hae-dong Yun (Hanyang University): Chosonhak조선학 and chosengaku朝鮮學, Colonial Context in Korean Studies (K)
Il-hwan Kim (Seoul National University): Between ‘Suffering’ and ‘Collaboration’: Wartime Transformation of the Private colleges and Its Legacies

Individual Presenter
Kyonghee Lee (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science): The Epistemic Value of the Community as a Social Unit for the Late-Eighteenth Century Chosŏn State
Matěj Valošek (Charles University): Leader(s) for export. The image of Kim Ilsong in the Stalinist press of totalitarian Czechoslovakia
Panel 24 (Room: 4A.1.68)
Korea in the works of the Vienna School - Ethnology under Imperialism

Diana Yuksel (University of Bucharest)

Bernhard Scheid (Austrian Academy of Sciences): From cultural circles to academic circles: Wilhelm Schmidt and his East Asian legacy
David Weiss (Kyūshū University): Korea's role in Japan's ethnogenesis: Oka Masao and his model of cultural strata
Juljan Biontino (Chiba University): A close reading of Alexander Slawik's Kulturschichten in Alt-Korea: Studying Korean Ethnogenesis and ancient history under the influence of Japanese Imperialism

Individual Presenter
Natalia Matveeva (Institute of Oriental Studies): The North Korean State's Approach to the Role of Women in the 1950s-1960s
12:40-14:00 Lunch (Bldg 23)
14:00-15:40 BLOCK 7
Panel 25 (Room: 4A.0.56):
Colours of Chosŏn

Daeyeol Kim

Minjoo Lee (Academy of Korean Studies): The Colour in the Royal Costume of Chosŏn and its Meaning (K)
Daeyeol Kim (Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (Inalco), Institut français de recherche sur l'Asie de l'Est (IFRAE)): The Five Colours in medicine from the 17th to the 18th centuries Chosŏn (K)
Ju-Yeon Hwang (INALCO, IFRAE): Color use and its aesthetic experience in real scenery landscape paintings of the eighteenth and early nineteenth-centuries Chosŏn
Marion Eggert (Ruhr University Bochum): Symbolic and evocative functions of colours in personal essays of the mid to late Chosŏn period
Panel 26 (Room: 4A.0.68)
Individual Presentations 7: Film & Media

Amos Farooqi (University of Copenhagen)

Andrew Jackson (Monash University): The Lingering Impact of Socialist Realist Narrative Trajectories on DPRK Film
Kyung Moon Hwang (The Australian National University): Freedom and Fate in the People and Monarchy: Korean Feature Films set in the Early Joseon Era, 15th-16th Centuries
Aurore Etienne (La Rochelle University): Masculinities in the Movie Kaenmaŭl (The Seashore Village) by Kim Suyong
Cristina Bahón Arnaiz (Autonomous University of Madrid): Data base of ideophones in Korean newspapers and news broadcasts
Panel 27 (Room: 4A.1.46)
Varieties of Contentious Politics in Contemporary Korea

Marco Milani (University of Bologna)

Ji-Eun Ahn (University of Edinburgh): Becoming Non-violent: the Institutionalisation of the Candlelight Vigil in South Korea
Minyoung Kim (University of California, Irvine): “Never Again”: Sense of (Social) Indebtedness in the South Korean Bereaved Families’ Movement Participation
Yoonkyung Lee (University of Toronto): Extreme protests: Changing protest repertoires in labor movements in neoliberal Korea
Youngmi Kim (University of Edinburgh): Gender and generational conflict in South Korea
Panel 28 (Room: 4A.1.68)
Korean Discourses of Early Korea and Asia: The Relationship between Data and Interpretation

Andrew Logie

Andrew Logie (University of Helsinki): Distant Data: Interpreting Liaoning Archaeology and its Implications for Korea
Vadim Akulenko (Chung-Ang University): Discourse on the location of Wanggŏm-sŏng in the ROK and the DPRK
Luis Botella (University of Malaga): Silla expansion on its northern borders: ethnicity, ethnogenesis and identity in Ancient Korean history
Seongsil Kim (Peking University / Seoul Museum of History): Glass Excavated in Korea and Foreign Exchanges
15:40-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-17:40 BLOCK 8
Panel 29 (Room: 4A.0.56)
Legal codification and the making of “early modern” Korea

Juhn Ahn

Jisoo Kim (George Washington University): The Confucianization of Sexual Norms and Legal Codification in Late Chosŏn Korea
Sem Vermeersch (Seoul National University): The "Early Modern" in Korean History: What is at Stake?
Juhn Ahn (University of Michigan): Buddhism and Legal Codification in early Chosŏn Korea

Individual Presenter
Jongmyung Kim (Geumgang University): The Calamities-Solving Ritual in Medieval Korea: Its Background Thought and Legacy
Panel 30 (Room: 4A.0.68)
North Korea: Out of sight, out of mind?

Hannes Mosler (University of Duisburg-Essen):

Sojin Lim (University of Central Lancashire): North Korea: A Country Left Behind
Queralt Boadella-Prunell (University of Central Lancashire): The Spaces In-Between: The Impact of Remittances on North Korean Mobility and Border Economy
Sarah Son (The University of Sheffield): Holding North Korea to Account: Memory activism and victims of North Korean state violence in South Korea
Virginie Grzelczyk (Aston University): Back from the brink – again! Can North Korea relations be normalised?
Panel 31 (Room: 4A.1.46)
Politics of Writing in Korea: Conventions, Ideologies, Contests

Jerome de Wit (University of Vienna)

Andre Schmid (University of Toronto): Good Reporting in 1950s North Korea
Olga Fedorenko (Seoul National University): Citizens’ opinion ads on the Seoul Metro: Politics of writing and the right to the city
Jaeho Kang (Seoul National University): The Typographic Image of Memories:The Digital Visualization of Hangul in the 2022 Venice Biennale
Ksenia Chizhova (Princeton University): The Gender of Korean National Calligraphy, 1910s-1950s
Panel 32 (Room: 4A.1.68)
Individual Presentations: Society

Amos Farooqi (University of Copenhagen)

Suzanne Peyrard (EHESS - Paris): Production of space, production of stress: when urban technology generates info-pollution
Andreas Schirmer (Palacký University Olomouc): The Canned Joke (yumeo) in South Korea: A Funnily Complicated Picture
Younghan Cho (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies): Playing Baseball and the Cold War Paradox in South Korea: High School Baseball as a New National-Popular
Minji Chun (University of Oxford): Collective Intervention through Art: The Eulji OB Bear Case Study
18:00-19:00 Closing Ceremony
18:00-18:15: ”Korea in the National Museum of Denmark” (Martin Petersen, Senior Researcher at the National Museum of Denmark) in 23.0.50
18:30-18:50: Piano concert with Bogdan Nicola in building 13 A
19:00-21:00 Closing Dinner in building 23

25 June 2023 (Sunday)
09:00-10:40 BLOCK 9
Panel 33 (Room: 4A.0.56)
When the Refined and the Raw are in Perfect Harmony (文質彬彬): The Ideal and Practice of Literary Sinitic in Chosŏn Korea

Marion Eggert (Ruhr University Bochum)

Johann Noh (Korea University): Institutional Background of Chosŏn Sinography
Songhee Lee (Korea University): Debates and Scholarly Competition on Heart-Mind Theory in Chosŏn
Ivana Gubic (University of Zagreb): Language for Friendship: Brush-talks and Letters between Hong Taeyong and Han Literati
Wing Shan Chan (SOAS, University of London): The process of making chastity the highest value for women in the moral textbook The Three Principles of Virtuous Conduct (Samgang haengsilto, 三綱行實圖 )
Panel 34 (Room: 4A.0.68)
A History of Korean Radio and the Making of Modern Sonic Culture

Jina Kim

Jaekil Seo (Kookmin University): Why Radio Broadcasting Needed the Print Media?: Competition and Collaboration between Media in Colonial Korea
Jihyun Shin (University of British Columbia): Commercializing the Poor: A Gendered Analysis of a Prime-Time Radio Show in 1960s South Korea
Jina Kim (University of Oregon): Mid-Century Melodramatic Voice Performance in Korean Radio Drama
Panel 35 (Room: 4A.1.46)
Human-Nonhuman Relations in Chosŏn Korea

James Lewis (Oxford University)

Niamh Calway (University of Oxford): The Influence of Traditional Korean Cosmology on the Adoption of Chillies into Korean Cuisine in the Early-Modern Period
Baihui Duan (University of Oxford): Interspecies Interaction: Horses and Humans during the Imjin War (1592-1598)
Hyo Won Lee (Inha University): Tigers in the Village: the Relations between Humans and Tigers in Traditional Korean Literature
Hyun Suk Park (University of California, Los Angeles): The Climate, Great Famines, and Governance in Late Seventeenth-Century Chosŏn
Panel 36 (Room: 4A.1.68)
Individual Presentations 4: Evolutions and Reforms within the Economic Life of South Korea

Marco Milani (University of Bologna)

Margarita Postrelova (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona): Hierarchy in the corporate life of South Korea: changing and persisting cultural values
Mike Prentice (University of Sheffield): Post-chaebol but still supercorporate: reframing the role of organizations in contemporary South Korea
Antti Leppänen (University of Turku): Assertiveness and withdrawal: women’s participation in organizations of the self-employed shop
proprietors in South Korea
Thomas Eichert (University of Tuebingen): Bilateral Outrage: The Case of the German ADLER Company and the Korean Women’s Labour Movement
10:40-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:40 BLOCK 10
Panel 37 (Room: 4A.0.56)
Queering South Korea-Japan Relations: From Diplomatic Normalization (1965) to K-pop Fandom and LGBTQ+ Activism

Thomas Baudinette

Todd Henry (University of California, San Diego): Normalizing Queerness: The 1965 Japan Treaty and Sex Panics in Postcolonial South Korea
Albert Graves (Doshisha University): K-Baiting: ‘Korean’ Gay Space by Japanese Gay K-Pop Fans
Thomas Baudinette (Macquarie University): Exploring the neo-colonial problematics of nostalgia via Japanese gay fans' fetishization of male K-pop idols
Sumi Cho (Myongji University): Inter-Asian Exchanges and Alliance in Pride Movements: Experience of Seoul Queer Culture Festival and Tokyo Rainbow Pride
Panel 38 (Room: 4A.0.68)
Individual Presentations 6: Politics & International Relations

Sixiang Wang (UCLA)

Sabine Burghart (CEAS / University of Turku): ‘Everyone gets some of the pie’: Interorganizational collaboration and competition in North Korea's humanitarian arena
Hannes Mosler (University of Duisburg-Essen): Contested memory politics in citizenship education: the state of South Korean history textbooks after recent reforms
Samuel Guex (University of Geneva): The 1965 Basic Treaty: obstacle to the “normalization” of relations between South-Korea and Japan?
Christian Park (Hanyang University ERICA): Contextualizing urban citizenship in South Korea
Panel 39 (Room: 4A.1.46)
Rediscovering "Cross-Cultural" Exchange in Korean Art

Heeyeun Kang

Sukyung Choi (National Museum of Korea): A close look at Three Gates in a Single Mind at Simusa Temple: How the Korean Buddhist community uses visual images in the modern transition
Heeyeun Kang (Univeristy of California, Los Angeles): Across the Borders in Early Modern East Asia—The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Beijing
Jaehee Lee (Academy of Korean Studies): Beyond Essentialism: Do Ho Suh's Fabric Home Revisited
Changmook Song (Seoul National University): Paintings of the Han Palace: How and why an imaginary Chinese palace appears on late Joseon dynasty court screens
Panel 40 (Room: 4A.1.68)
Individual Presentations 8: Folklore & Literature

Barbara Wall (University of Copenhagen)

James Grayson (The University of Sheffield): Son Chint'ae: Founder of Modern Korean Folklore Studies
Anastasia Guryeva (Saint-Petersburg State University): Nature and Eco Issues in South Korean Verse as a Political Tool in a view of Literary Tradition
Jerome de Wit (University of Vienna): Social Activism and the Visualization of the Marginalized Voice in Kim Sŏnghwan’s Comic Strip Kobau Yŏnggam
Miriam Lowensteinova (CU Prague): Roman Kim´s The Notebook that was found in Sunch´ŏn as a representative of Cold War Fiction
12:40-14:00 Lunch (Bldg. 4A)


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