The Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures of the Polish Academy of Sciences, The Department of Asia Cultures is pleased to announce this symposium.
The rising position of the Korean Peninsula in a global context is a challenge for researchers. This Symposium is a one-day event featuring panel discussions of scholars engaged in research policy on the Korean Peninsula. We will especially focus on the modern Korean Peninsula after 1945. Topics related to both Koreas are welcomed. The Symposium will cover political, economical and cultural issues.
Since its inception in 1950, Cornell's East Asia Program (EAP) has stood as the focal point for research, teaching, and outreach on East Asia and the hub of a campus-wide network of specialists devoted to the study of contemporary and historical East Asia. EAP draws its membership of 39 core faculty and 57 affiliated and associated faculty from ten of Cornell's twelve schools and colleges, many of whom are prominent leaders in their scholarly fields.
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