Event Schedule


Spring 2015 KSI Programs and Events

     

 

Friday, January 16 *
Free Screening of Manshin: Ten Thousand Spirits hosted by the USC Pacific Asia Museum
7:00 PM | Ray Stark Family Theatre SCA 108 | Open to the public

Sunday, January 18 *
Korean Shaman Performance and Special Events
2:00 PM | USC Pacific Asia Museum | Open to the public

Thursday, January 22
KSI Special Lecture: Colonialist Historiography in Modern Korea by Professor Yun Haedong, Hanyang University
3:00 PM | AHN 100 | Open to the public

Friday, January 23 *

EASC Manuscript Review: Network Nation: Communication and Economic Restructuring in China
for Yu Hong, assistant professor of Communications at USC | Open to USC faculty and grad students

Friday to Saturday, January 23-24 *
Ideas of Asia in the Museum – An International Symposium hosted by Art History & LACMA
9:00 AM | Doheny Memorial Library 240 

Monday, January 26 *
EASC GRAD Forum: Public Speaking for Non-Native Speakers
with international relations associate professor, Saori Katada and associate professor of Theatre/Critical Studies & English, Meiling Cheng
12:00 PM | THH 102 | Open to USC grad students

Thursday, January 29
KSI 3rd Annual Graduate Symposium in Korean Studies
10:00 AM | AHN 100 | Open to grad students

Monday, February 2 *
EASC GRAD Forum: Work-Life Balance and Time Management
with professor of International relations & KSI & EASC director, David Kang
12:00 PM | AHN 100 | Open to USC grad students

Saturday, February 14
3rd Annual USC-Michigan Korean Studies Undergraduate Exchange Conference
10:00 AM | Tutor Campus Center 227 – Rosen Screening Room | Open to USC undergrads

Saturday, February 14 *
15th Korean Teachers Training Workshop
9:00 AM| Taper Hall 102

Tuesday, February 17
Military Expenditures and Threats in East Asia with a focus on Korea
moderated by professor of International relations and KSI director, David Kang; co-sponsored by the Korea Foundation

1:00 PM | AHN 100 | Open to faculty and grad students

Thursday, February 19
Lunar New Year Celebration: Live Korean folk drumming by USC Haneulsori
12:15 PM | Live performance at Tommy Trojan at 12:15 & free lunch reception at AHN 100 | Open to the public

Tuesday, February 24
KSI Special Lecture & Filming: A conversation with Park Chan Ho, former LA Dodger
4:00 PM | Tyler Pavilion inside Von KleinSmid Center (VKC) | Open to the public

Tuesday, February 24*
Free Screening of Comfort Women Wanted + Q & A with director Chang-Jin Lee
hosted by the USC Shoah Foundation
7:00 PM | Norris Theatre | Open to the public

Tuesday, March 17 *
Festschrift in Honor of John "Jack" E. Wills Jr.
12:00 pm | SOS 250

Tuesday, March 24 *
Book launch for Brett Sheehan, USC associate professor of Chinese history & Sandra Fahy, former USC KSI postdoctoral scholar & assistant professor at Sophia University in Tokyo
3:00 PM | AHN 100 | Open to USC faculty and grad students

Saturday and Sunday, April 11-12 *
Memory, Moment, and Mobility in East Asia
East Asian Languages and Cultures Graduate Student Conference

10 AM - 7 PM| SOS B40 | Open to grad students

Tuesday, April 14
KSI postdoctoral scholar book proposal workshop: Chin-Hao Huang and Hanmee Na Kim
3-5 PM | AHN 100 | Open to USC faculty and grad students

Thursday, April 16
KSI Book Publishing Workshop with Anne Routon
3:00 PM | AHN 100 | Open to USC faculty and grad students


* = KSI co-sponsored events

 

 

 

 

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