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Babes-Bolyai University

31st March 2021
Assistant Professor, University of Helsinki, Andrew Logie:
‘Enticement of Ancient Empire or Making Korea Great Again’

28th May, 2021
Assistant Professor for Korean Studies, Palacký University Olomouc, Andreas Schirmer:
‘Issues of Contemporary South Korean Society Mirrored in Fiction’

Ruhr-Universität Bochum

1st June, 2021
Assistant Professor, Versalius College/Institute for European Studies, Tongfi Kim:
‘The US-ROK Alliance and the Rise of China’

8th June, 2021
University Lecturer, University of Turku, Sabine Burghart:
‘South Korea’s Foreign Aid: “Autobiographic” Features, Central Claims and Critical Issues’

15th June, 2021
Assistant Professor, Università di Bologna, Marco Milani:
‘Northern Policy: Park Geun-hye’s Trustpolitik and the Korean Paradox’

22nd June, 2021
Senior Lecturer, University of Edinburgh, Youngmi Kim:
‘Global Financial Crisis and its Impact in Korean Society’

29th June, 2021
Assistant Professor, University of Leiden, Se Young Jang:
‘South Korea’s Nuclear Weapons and Energy Programs in the Atomic Age’

6th July, 2021
Lecturer, University of Sheffield, Sarah Son:
‘Global Governance, Human Rights and Reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula’

These lectures at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum were delivered as part of Dr Florian Pölking’s MA in the Political Economy of East Asia ‘Caught in the Middle: South Korea in its International and Regional Contexts’

University of Copenhagen

3rd November, 2021
Assistant Professor Korean Studies, Babes-Boylai University, Codruta Sintionean:
‘The Making of National Heroes during the Park Chung Hee Era’

University of Edinburgh

25th March, 2021
Associate Professor, Université de Paris, Justine Guichard:
‘South Korean society’s struggle for legal change since 1987’

2nd April, 2021
Assistant Professor, Franklin University, Juliette Schwak:
‘A South Korean model of development?

2nd November, 2021
Assistant Professor, Leiden University, Se Young Jang:
‘Nuclear Ambitions on the Korean Peninsula’

11th November, 2021
Lecturer in Korean Studies, University of Sheffield, Hannah Hyun Kyong Chang:
‘Colonial Korea: Cultural Politics’

2nd December, 2021
Assistant Professor of Korean History, University of Málaga, Luis Botella
‘Identity Through Archaeology in South Korea: From a Colonial to Postcolonial Theory of the Korean People’

These lectures at the University of Edinburgh were delivered as part of Associate Professor Holly Stephens – ‘Politics of Everyday Life in Modern Korea’ module

Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

29th April, 2021
Associate Professor, University of Central Lancashire, Sojin Lim:
‘Determinants of Aid Modalities: A Case of South Korea on Triangular Cooperation and its Implication towards North Korea’

10th June, 2021
Visiting Research Fellow, Bath Spa University, University of Leeds, Wolfson College, Oxford, Robert Winstanley-Chesters:
‘Vibrant Matter(s): Fish, Fishing and Community on the Korean Peninsula and East Asia’

17th June, 2021
Associate Professor, Charles University Prague, Miriam Löwensteinová:
‘Determinants of Aid Modalities: A Case of South Korea on Triangular Cooperation and its Implication towards North Korea’

1st July, 2021
Junior Professor, University of Bonn, Nadeschda Bachem:
‘Die Sűdkoreanische Nachkriegsgeneration (chŏnhu sedae) und das Kolonial Erbe: Pak Sunnyŏs Ai rŏbŭ yu (I Love You, 1962)’

Palacký University, Olomouc

26th November, 2021
Visiting Research Fellow, University of Leeds, Lecturer York St John University, Robert Winstanley-Chesters:
Charismatic Topographies, Theatric Geographies: Landscape and Fieldwork in North Korea