New Frontiers in Premodern Korean Studies II

Thursday, May 3, 2018

New Frontiers in Premodern Korean Studies II

May 10-11, 2018

Princeton University, 202 Jones Hall

May 10, Thursday

9:00—9:30am Coffee and Opening
9:30—10:40am Songyeol Han (Princeton), “China is the Window to Foreign Countries: Korean Envoys to Qing and the Korea-Japan Treaty Negotiation, 1863–1876”

Discussant: Sun Joo Kim (Harvard)
Moderator: Ksenia Chizhova (Princeton)

 

10:50am—12:00pm

Jungwon Kim (Columbia), “Between Morality and Crime: Filial Daughters and Vengeful Violence in Eighteenth-Century Korea”

Discussant: Eugene Park (University of Pennsylvania)
Moderator: Si Nae Park (Harvard)

12:00-1:00pm Lunch

 

1:00-2:10pm

Ivanna Yi (Harvard), “P’ansori Mountain Pilgrimages: Land as Interlocutor in Chosŏn and Contemporary Korea”

Discussant: Ksenia Chizhova (Princeton)
Moderator: Si Nae Park (Harvard)

2:20—3:30pm 

Seong Uk Kim (Columbia), “Encounter Between Buddhism and Popular Religions in the Late Chosŏn”

Discussant: Maya Stiller (University of Kansas/Harvard)
Moderator: Sixiang Wang

 

3:40—4:50pm 

Alex Martin (University of Pennsylvania), “The Value of Virtue: Late Chosŏn Magistrates on the Northern Border, 1623–1894”

Discussant: Matthew Lauer (Harvard)
Moderator: Sun Joo Kim (Harvard)

5:00—5:30pm 

Closing discussion

May 11, Friday

 
9:00-9:30am Breakfast
9:30—10:20am  Directed Reading, Dr. Hyun Jae Yoo   (The Kyujanggak Institute/University of Pennsylvania)
10:30-11:20 am Directed Reading, Professor Lim Chee-kyun (The Academy of Korean Studies)
9:30—10:20am  Directed Reading, Dr. Hyun Jae Yoo   (The Kyujanggak Institute/University of Pennsylvania)
10:30-11:20am Directed Reading, Professor Lim Chee-kyun (The Academy of Korean Studies)
11:30-12:20 pm Directed Reading, Professor Lim Chee-kyun (The Academy of Korean Studies)
12:30-1:20 pm Lunch