12월, 2017의 게시물 표시

Korean Studies One-Day Workshop for International Students (12/26)

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Korean Studies Workshop for International Students (December 26th, 2017)

Museum Visit, Korean Food Cooking Class & K-pop Dance Class


Korean Studies Courses for Spring 2018

Sophomore-level Courses
37551 Introduction to Korean Politics (Professor Ki-Suk Cho)

This course introduces basics of Korean politics. The course is designed to briefly review the modern history of Korean politics and analyze the dynamics of contemporary Korean politics. It will introduce four different epistemological perspectives useful in analyzing politics and social phenomena. Epistemology is like a lens through which we view the world. The course will cover the definition of politics, the contemporary Korean politics and civil society including major political institutions (legislature, political parties, and intermediary groups such as labor union, women’s groups and religious organizations), political culture, elections, history of civil society and civic activism. Prior knowledge of the Korean politics or political theories is not required. Throughout the semester, students will read famous Korean novels to understand Korean society and politics.

37553 Introduction to Modern K…