Cultivating Korea: Enriching East Asian Curriculum with Korean Studies
Workshop: Cultivating Korea: Enriching East Asian Curriculum with Korean Studies
Friday, August 21st, 2015, 10 am to 5 pm
White Stag Block, UO Portland
This one day workshop is aimed at faculty who are interested in developing curriculum that incorporates Korean Studies into East Asian coursework. The workshop will provide a broad, interdisciplinary introduction to the subject, with thoughts and examples that can be brought into the classroom. Speakers will explore Korea through the lenses of history, language, cinema, arts and culture.
This event is sponsored by the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies and the National Resource Center for East Asian Studies.
10 am: Opening Remarks (Lucien Brown, University of Oregon)
10:10 am: “Broad Palette, Complicated Design: Teaching Large Ideas Using the Korean Historical Experience” Michael Robinson (East Asian Languages and Cultures, Indiana University)
11:40 am: “Language, Ideology, and Power in the Two Koreas” Lucien Brown (East Asian Languages and Literatures, University of Oregon)
1:10 pm: Lunch Break
1:50 pm: “History from Things: Korean Culture Reflected in Art” Anne Rose Kitagawa (Chief Curator, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon)
3:20 pm: “Korean Cinema, Cinematic Korea: Nation, History, Culture” Dong Hoon Kim (East Asian Languages and Literatures, University of Oregon)
4:50 pm: Closing Remarks (Anne Rose Kitagawa, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art)
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