The Jangseogak Archives of the Academy of Korean Studies is pleased to invite participants for the 2022 Jangseogak Hanmun Workshop.
The Jangseogak Archives is an archive and research institute that manages about 120,000 Korean historical manuscripts and books held in the royal palaces of Joseon and also collects historical records from across the country. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jangseogak Hanmun Workshop has provided various online lectures from basic to advanced level since 2020. The workshop offered 10 lectures on the format of Korean historical manuscripts in 2020 and 10 lectures on classification method of Korean historical manuscripts in 2021. In 2022 Jangseogak Hanmun Workshop, lectures focusing on advanced courses (from basic) for Korean historical manuscripts will be held. By offering lectures at various levels, the workshop aims to give anyone interested in Korea an opportunity to learn about Korea. In addition, the workshop provides scholars with expertise in Korean historical manuscripts so that they can utilize the materials stored in the Jangseogak Archives. Anyone interested in Korea is sincerely welcomed to apply.
■ Lecture Contents : Total 10 lectures
1. Land Sales Certification in Joseon ▶Su-Hwan Jung, Ph.D. the Academy of Korean Studies
2. Learning cursive handwriting – Choseo Cheonjamun (4) ▶Young-Hwan Sim, Ph.D., the Academy of Korean Studies
3. How to Manage a Clan - Hangeul Letters of Haenam Yun Clan’s Eldest Daughter-in-Law ▶Hyun-Ju Lee, Ph.D., the Academy of Korean Studies
4. Hojeoljungcho(family registers) - Documents Protected by Gods ▶Won-Young Heo, Ph.D., the Academy of Korean Studies
5. Red and White Exam Certicates in Joseon ▶In-Hwan Noh, Ph.D., the Academy of Korean Studies
6. List of Suhagwon's textbook - Line-by-Line Reading ▶Hye-Jung Lee, Ph.D., the Academy of Korean Studies
7. Gungbang subon in Late Joseon – Line-by-Line Reading ▶Eun-Jin Lee, Ph.D., the Academy of Korean Studies
8. Would be Government Officials of Joseon and their Personal Networks ▶Jae-Ok Lee, Ph.D., the Academy of Korean Studies
9. Park Se-dang’s Seogyeyumuk ▶Hak-Su Kim, Professor, The Graduate School of Korean Studies, the Academy of Korean Studies
10. Seals in Historical Documents and their meaning ▶In-Geun Seong, Professor, Kyonggi University
◦ Application period: November 1st – November 18th, 2022 (Korean time)
◦ Tuition fee: free
◦ Course period: from November 29th to December 9th, 2022 (Korean time)
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※ All lectures are recorded in Korean with English subtitles.
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※ The 2022 Jangseogak Hanmun Workshop could be subject to changes, or modifications.
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