The Center for Korean Studies Presents a Conference,
North Korea as Transnational Space
10 am - 4 pm Friday, January 31, 2020
North Korea is at once a transnational entity shaped by historical and global forces that traverse ideological and national boundaries. This workshop aims to explore the transnationality of North Korea through the particularities of architecture, development, memory, and emotionality. As the international community deals with further engaging with North Korea, it is crucial to understand that North Korea has always been part of the modern world.
- North Korea’s Parallax Architecture: Modernism and Anti-Urbanism of Pyongyang-- C. Harrison Kim (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, USA)
- Vinalon Traversing Juche and the Global: The Global Circuit of Technology and North Korea -- Eunsung Cho (Columbia University, USA)
- Goodbye My Love, North Korea: Diasporic Memories and Post-Cold War Historiophoty -- Hunmi Lee (Sogang University, South Korea)
- A Note on the Spectacle of Pyongyang Urban Construction: Focusing on the Affect of Passion and Resignation -- Sung Kyung Kim (University of North Korean Studies, South Korea)
- Break 12:30 pm to 2 pm
- Discussion led by Young-a Park (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa) & David Krolikoski (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa).
Center for Korean Studies events are free and open to all. For further information, including information regarding access for the handicapped, telephone the Center for Korean Studies at 808-956-7041.
This event is supported by the Core University Program for Korean Studies through the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea and the Korean Studies Promotion Service of the Academy of Korean Studies (AKS-2015-OLU-2250005).
The University of Hawai‘i is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.