KOR, Digital Korean Studies (E20)

Course content

This course introduces students to the informed and critical uses of the wealth of digitized and born-digital materials available in the Korean humanities. Students will develop familiarity with the origins of digital Korean studies and the various ways that researchers create, analyze, visualize, interpret, and archive social and cultural artifacts in digital form. Topics include text mining, geographic information system, network analysis, and cultural analytics. Optionally, students will be given the opportunity to explore the uses of machine learning, three dimensional data, and virtual reality engines.

  • Curriculum for the BA programme in Korean Studies, The 2019 Curriculum
  • Curriculum for the BA programme in Korean Studies, The 2015 Curriculum
  • Curriculum for the Elective Studies in Korean studies The 2019 Curriculum
  • Curriculum for the BA Elective Studies in Cross Cultural Studies, The 2019 Curriculum
  • Curriculum for MA Elective Studies in Cross Cultural Studies The 2019 Curriculum


Learning outcome

Korean BA 2019-Curriculum:
Korean Content Course 1 (activity code HKOB00941E)
Korean Content Course 2 (activity code HKOB00981E)

Korean BA 2015-Curriculum:
Korean Content Course 2 (activity code HKOB00871E)
Korean Content Course 3 (activity code HKOB00891E)

Korean BA Elective 2019-Curriculum:
Korean Content Course 1 (activitycode HKOB10121E)

Cross Cultural Studies BA Elective 2019-Curriculum:
Regional topic A (activity code HTÆB10001E)
Regional topic B (activity code HTÆB10011E)
Regional topic A with language (activity code HTÆB10021E)
Regional topic B with language (activity code HTÆB10031E)

Cross Cultural Studies MA Elective 2019-Curriculum:
Regional Specialisation topic A (activity code HTÆK13061E)
Regional Specialisation topic B (activity code HTÆK13062E)
Regional Specialisation with language A (activity code HTÆK13071E)
Regional Specialisation with language B (activity code  HTÆK13072E)

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

Continuous feedback during the course of the semester
Feedback by final exam (In addition to the grade)
Peer feedback (Students give each other feedback)
Type of assessment
Criteria for exam assessment

Single subject courses (day)

  • Category
  • Hours
  • Lectures
  • 56
  • Preparation
  • 328,5
  • Practical exercises
  • 28
  • English
  • 412,5