Newest Developments in Korean Studies (E19)

Course content

Hot Topics in Korean Studies: Pseudo-historiography, Shamanism, the South Korean Post-War Generation, and Development Aid

The primary objective of this course is giving students the opportunity to become familiar with newest developments in the multifaceted spectrum of Korean Studies. This course will have four foci: historiography, religion, linguistics and politics. Every field will be covered by an introductory workshop and a guest lecture. 

  • Dr. Andrew Logie (University of Helsinki): “Popular Korean Historiography”
  • Dr. Liora Sarfati (Tel Aviv University) (Hebrew University of Jerusalem): “Korean Shamanism”
  • Dr. Nadeschda Bachem (SOAS): “Remnants of Empire: The South Korean Post-War Generation (chŏnhu sedae) and the Japanese Language”
  • Dr. Sabine Burghart (Unverstiy of Turku): “South Korea: From Aid Recipient to Donor” 
Education

Curriculum for the BA programme in Asian Studies with specialisations in
Indology, Japanese Studies, China Studies, Korean Studies, Southeast Asian Studies and Tibetology The 2015 Curriculum and

Curriculum for the BA programme in Asian Studies with specialisations in
Indology, Japanese Studies, China Studies, Korean Studies, Southeast Asian Studies and Tibetology The 2010 Curriculum

Curriculum for the Elective Studies in Korean studies The 2007 Curriculum

Cross-Cultural Studies MA 2015-Curriculum

 

Learning outcome

Korean BA 2015-Curriculum:
Korean Content Course 1 (HKOB00831E)
Korean Content Course 2 (HKOB00871E)
Korean Content Course 3 (HKOB00891E)

Korean BA 2010-Curriculum:
Korean Content Course 3 (HKOB00761E)

Korean BA 2007-Elective:
Korean Content Course A (HKOB10041E)
Korean Content Course B (HKOB10071E)

Cross-Cultural Studies MA 2015-Curriculum:
Regional Specialisation with language (HTÆK03261E)
Regional Specialisation (HTÆK03211E)

Workshop, Team teaching, group work, guidance and lectures

Will be available in Absalon

It is recommended that students have passed the course: Introduction to Korean Studies, Modern: Korean History, Society, and Culture after the Opening of Korea.
For elective students there are no recommendations

ECTS
15 ECTS
Type of assessment
Other
Criteria for exam assessment

Single subject courses (day)

  • Category
  • Hours
  • Preparation
  • 356,5
  • Lectures
  • 56
  • English
  • 412,5