The International Center for Korean Studies, Kyujanggak, Seoul National University is hosting a booktalk series, 규장각 해외 한국학 저자특강, which introduce a work in Korean studies to facilitate the exchange of views and information among scholars. We will have our 1st booktalk via ZOOM on May 29, 10AM (KST).
Following the profound changes in Central & Eastern Europe in the last 30 years, the region has a legacy of many industrial sites and buildings. Through this course, you will learn how an industrial site can be converted from a problematic legacy into a social and economic resource. The multidisciplinary faculty includes practitioners and academics, featuring researchers, policy experts, spatial planners, managers, and cultural actors.
"Land to the Tiller?" Hopes and Ruins of Agrarian Reform in Africa, Asia and the Middle East
ZMO Berlin, 12/13 November 2020
Hidden Economies of Slavery
Molecular Intimacies of Empire
A Modern History of Politics and Violence is a book series that scrutinises the history of political violence in the modern world. It publishes research monographs, edited collections and reference works that explore the movements, cultural settings and wider contexts that have allowed political violence to become, somehow, desirable.
As well as considering the protagonists of violence and cultures that foster violence, books in the series also examine the impact of violence on victims, and its longer-term implications for modern societies too.
The self-determination of Timor-Leste: Resistance, Diplomacy, Solidarity
January 18 to 22, 2021
Museu do Oriente (Lisbon)