Month: March 2019

2019 Korean Literature Workshop for Doctoral Students

The Korea Foundation invites foreign students who are currently undertaking Ph.D. coursework or are writing dissertations on topics related to Korean literature to participate in the 2019 Korean Literature Workshop for Doctoral Students. The workshop is intended to reinforce Korean studies abroad, especially in the field of Korean literature, by providing opportunities to learn more …

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Call for Papers: 1.5-Generation Korean Immigrants

The editors of a special edited collection titled 1.5 Generation Korean Immigrants Across the World invite submissions for possible inclusion in the volume. Recommended topics include: Complexities of defining the term “1.5 generation”; identity, home, and belonging; health and health-seeking behavior; education; family and gender; citizenship and policy; skills and innovation; role of technology and …

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Bekah’s Journey into K-Pop

Former K-pop entertainer Rebekah Kim will give a presentation titled “Hi, Seoul! Nice to Meet You: My Journey into K-pop” Thursday, March 28, 2019. The program will take place in Business Administration A102. Event sponsors are the Center for Korean Studies and the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Asian Studies Program. Kim, a Honolulu resident, …

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Summer-Intensive Interpreter Training

The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Center for Interpretation & Translation Studies is accepting applications for its 2019 Summer-Intensive Interpreter Training program. Interpreters from the United Nations and the European Parliament will be teaching at the Summer-Intensive Interpreter Training from July 1 to August 9, 2019. The program is an opportunity to learn interpreting from …

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