10th Conference of the Nordic Association of Japanese and Korean Studies (NAJAKS)

10th Conference of the Nordic Association of Japanese and Korean Studies (NAJAKS)

17-19 August 2016

Stockholm University, Department of Asian, Middle Eastern and Turkish Studies

 

About the conference

The Nordic Association of Japanese and Korean Studies (NAJAKS) has held conferences and workshops of scholars in the Humanities and Social sciences since 1988. The conferences which normally are held every three years cover a wide range of subjects, wishing to reflect the variety and breadth of Japanese and Korean studies in the Nordic countries. Although NAJAKS naturally emphasizes the collaboration between Nordic scholars, it always has encouraged the active participation of researchers from other parts of the world as well.

The 10th conference of the Nordic Association of Japanese and Korean Studies (NAJAKS) will be held at Stockholm University on August 17-19, 2016. The conference is organized by Korean and Japanese studies at the Department of Asian, Middle Eastern and Turkish Studies.

The conference is sponsored by grants from the Academy of Korean Studies, Japan Foundation and Stockholm University.

For more information please visit the NAJAKS website: http://www.najaks.org

 

Papers on Korean Art and Cultural Heritage

 

Wednesday 17 August 2016

13:30-14:30    Keynote 1: Pak Young-sook (SOAS): Seventeenth-Century Japan as Seen by Korean Envoys

 

Thursday 18 August 2016

9:00- 9:30       Park He-min (Yonsei University): 18th Century Europe in the Chosŏn Geographical Imaginary

10:45- 11:15   Mesci Beatrix (ELTE Budapest): Concepts behind the Differences of Visuality of Buddhist Figure Paintings in Korean and Japanese Art

11:15- 11:45   Chang Chin-sung (SNU): The Trap of Nationalism: The Case of Kim Hongdo (1745-after 1806)

15:00- 15:30   Sohn Heejeong (SUNY Stony Brook): Revisualizing the Missionary Subject at Crossroads. Korean Women and Early Photography: of Religion, Modernity, and New Identity (1880s- 1920)

16:45- 17:15   Jaqueline Berndt (Stockholm University): The Manga Show that Never Happened: Revisiting the Controversy over the Manhwa Exhibit at the Angoulême Festival in 2014

17:15- 17:45   Ewa Machotka (Leiden University): The Politics of Ecological Art: Contemporary Art Projects in Japan and Korea

 

Friday 19 August 2016

9:00- 9:30       Mark E. Caprio (Rikkyo University): War Museums and the National Narrative: Japan and the Republic of Korea

9:30- 10:00     Guy Podoler (University of Haifa): The Past under the Roof of the Present: South Korea’s Contentious Socio-Political History through Museums

 

NAJAKS conference program

 

 


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