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Crash Landing on K-Dramas: Exploring the Text and Context of Netflix Hits Crash Landing on You and Squid Game

Zoom Webinar   Crash Landing on K-Dramas Exploring the Text and Context of Netflix Hits Crash Landing on You and Squid Game Hyangjin Lee, Professor, Rikkyo University Moderator: Jungwon Kim, King Sejong Associate Professor of Korean History Registration required. In the COVID era, audiences have been isolated by border closures, and fear of infection has been […]

Jaeeun Kim: Repertoires of Redemption

509 Knox Hall 606 W 122nd Street, 5th Floor, New York

Repertoires of Redemption Migration, Asylum and Religion in the Era of Involuntary Immobility Jaeeun Kim, University of Michigan Registration not required. Jaeeun Kim is the Korea Foundation Endowed Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Michigan. She studies race/ethnicity/nationalism and international migration and citizenship from a comparative-historical and transnational perspective. Kim is the author of […]

Yumi Moon Lecture: Korea Under the US Occupation

411 Fayerweather Hall Fayerweather Hall, Columbia University, New York

Job Talk Korea Under the US Occupation War, Refugees, and the Imperial Shift, 1945-1948 Yumi Moon, Associate Professor of History, Stanford University Wednesday, March 23, 2022 1:00–2:15 PM ET Registration not required. 411 Fayerweather Hall

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