Audio & Video

2012-2013 NCKS Video Series

9/26/2012 -- Steven Lee, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of California, Berkeley
Avante-Garde Routes for the Korean Diaspora

10/3/2012 -- Korea Days: Ann Arbor

Panel Discussion with Ambassador Thomas C. Hubbard

10/17/2012 -- Young Hoon Lee, Professor, Department of Economics, Sogang University

Professional Sports Business in Korea

10/31/2012 -- Mina Shin, Visiting Assistant Professor, Film Studies and Korean Studies, Michigan State University

Imagining Racial Otherness: Multiculturalism and South(east) Asian Migrant Workers in Korean Cinema

2011-2012 NCKS Video Series

09/28/2011 -- Daniel Kim, Assistant Professor of English, Brown University

The Korean War in Color: The Nisei and the Japanese in U.S. Media, 1950-1960

10/19/2011 -- Bruce Cumings, Professor of History, University of Chicago

Apocalypse, Amnesia--and Kim Jong Il: Why the Korean War is 'Forgotten'

10/26/2011 -- Keum Hyun Han, Visiting Assistant Professor Adjunct, Art & Art History, Film Studies, University of Colorado, Boulder

Contemporary Korean Photography: How Artists Use a Photographic Sensibility to Produce New Knowledge

11/9/2011 -- Korea Foundation Fellows Presentation

Michael Prentice, Doctoral Student, Department of Anthropology

Digital Documents, Global English and Corporate Voice in a Korean Firm

Damhee Kim, Doctoral Student, Department of Communication Studies

Media Diversity Evaluation:A Comparative Study of the U.S. and South Korea

1/11/2012 -- Daniel Herbert, Assistant Professor, Department of Screen Arts and Cultures, University of Michigan

Feeling for History: Non-Linear Time Structures in Contemporary Korean Cinema

2/8/2012 -- Chin-Sung Chang, Professor, Department of Archaeology and Art History, Seoul National University

Reading Barbarians Hunting Screens: How the Manchus were Viewed and Visualized in Late Choson Korea

3/14/2012 -- Nam-Lin Hur, Professor, Department of Asian Studies, the University of British Columbia

Korean Tea Bowls in the World of Japanese Wabicha in Premodern Times

3/28/2012 -- Nicholas Harkness, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Harvard University

A Clean Voice for an Advanced Nation: Singing in South Korean Christianity

2010-2011 NCKS Video Series

4/14/2011 -- Karen Thornber, Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, Harvard University
Changing Environments: Ecological Devastation and Modern Korean Literature

3/23/2011 -- Elaine Kim, Professor of Asian American Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Asian American Woman in Hollywood and Beyond: race, gender, and representation 1986-2010

2/9/2011 -- Alice Kim, doctoral candidate in the Rhetoric Department, University of California at Berkeley
Farewell at Kimpo Airport: On Postcolonial Modernity in the South Korean Popular Imagination

1/12/2011 -- Richard D. McBride II, Assistant Professor of History, Brigham Young University-Hawaii
Uichon and the Golden Age of Koryo Buddhism

11/22/2010 -- Sa-in Kim, Poet
Sa-in Kim -- This lecture is in Korean.

11/17/2010 -- Darcy Paquet; Independent scholar/film critic
Pay No Attention to That Man Behind the Curtain: The Underappreciated Role of the Producer in Korean Cinemas Booms and Busts

11/3/2010 -- Sun-Jae Hwang, Korea Foundation Graduate Fellow
Fellowship Presentation

11/3/2010 -- Youngchi Chang, Korea Foundation Graduate Fellow
Fellowship Presentation

11/3/2010 -- Jin-Yeon Kang, Korea Foundation Graduate Fellow
Fellowship Presentation

10/16/2010 -- Fiction Reading by Shin Kyoung-sook and Kim Young-ha
Korean Fiction Writers Talk about Their Literature

10/6/2010 -- Rachael Joo, Assistant Professor of American Studies, Middlebury College
Politicized Publics in the Wake of the 2002 World Cup

9/29/2010 -- Chin Hong Chung, Distinguished Professor in Religious Studies, Ewha Womans University, Korea
When Life and Death Meet -- This lecture is in Korean

9/29/2010 -- Chin Hong Chung, Distinguished Professor in Religious Studies, Ewha Womans University, Korea
Topography and Meteorology : Some Preliminary Remarks for the Study of Korean Religion

9/22/2010 -- Hyunjoon Park, Korea Foundation Assistant Professor of Sociology University of Pennsylvania
De-mystifying Stereotypes on Korean Education

2009-2010 NCKS Video Series

4/8/2010 -- Katharine Moon, Professor of Political Science, Wellesley College
The Politics of Nationalism and International Adoption in South Korea

3/21/2010 -- Korean Bboys Performance
Featuring TinoRoc, NautyOne, and BangRoc

3/21/2010 -- Korean Bboys Discussion
Featuring TinoRoc, NautyOne, and BangRoc

3/21/2010 -- Shinaboro
A drumming performance by the Shinaboro drum core

2/20/2010 -- The Art and Etiquette of Tea
A demonstration of Korean tea preparation and enjoyment

2/3/2010 -- Dong-Choon Kim, Associate Professor of Sociology at Sung Kong Hoe University in Seoul, Korea
Disquieting Traces: Crititcal Reflections on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Korea

2/3/2010 -- Dong-Choon Kim, Associate Professor of Sociology at Sung Kong Hoe University in Seoul, Korea
Interview

1/27/2010 -- Keith Howard, Associate Dean at Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Korean Kayagum Sanjo: Schools and Players

1/27/2010 -- Chan E. Park, Professor, Ohio State University
Korean Kayagum Sanjo: Schools and Players

1/27/2010 -- Jin Hi Kim, Komungo Performer and Composer
Korean Kayagum Sanjo: Schools and Players

1/27/2010 -- Keith Howard, Chan E. Park and Jin Hi Kim
Question and Answer

1/20/2010 -- Elise Prebin, Department of Anthropology, Hardvard University
Ash Disposal in Contemporary South Korea: Continuities and Discontinuities

12/2/2009 -- Heonik Kwon, Reader in Anthropology, London School of Economics
Why Aren't There Any War Cemeteries in North Korea?

11/18/2009 -- Deborah Solomon Joint Post-doctoral Fellow, Reischauer Institute for Japanese Studies, Harvard University
Critical Voices, Contested Spaces: Spatial Transformations and the Emergence of Anti-Japanese Student Protest in Colonial Korea

11/11/2009 -- Shin Dong Kim, Professor, School of Communication, Hallym University
Social and Cultural Capital in the Development of Media Industry in Korea

10/14/2009 -- Edward Chang, Professor Ethnic Studies, UC Riverside
Korean Diaspora: History, Identity, and Community Consciousness

9/30/2009 -- Namhee Lee, Associate Professor of Modern Korean History, UCLA
Turning Past to History: Nostalgia and Redemption in the Park Chung Hee Syndrome

3/2/2009 -- Dong-Young Chung, Former Minister of Unification of South Korea, 2007 Democratic Presidential Candidate of South Korea
Fourth Wave in North and South Korea Relations: The U.S. Role toward a New Vision for Peace in Northeast Asia

10/13/2008 -- Robert Buswell, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures; University of California, Los Angeles
Korean Buddhism in East Asian Context