Colloque Korean Studies Graduate Students Convention in Europe (KSGSC)

Le colloque international de la KSGSC se tiend à Paris les 13, 14 et 15 septembre 2011 à la Maison de l’Asie, 22 avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris.

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10:00 Welcoming Speech

– Kim Huiyeon, organizer of the Conference for the KSGSC Committee

– Valérie Gelézeau, director of the CRC (EHESS)



(Chair and discussant: Valérie Gelézeau, EHESS)


– 10:30 Polina AFANASYEVA (Saint Petersburg State Univ.), Elements of Confucianism in Korean education: traditions of the past and realities of the present.

– 11:00 Byeong Hee KWON (Univ. of Sheffield), Dilemmas of the Active Ageing in South Korea: from a Productivist to a Comprehensive Approach?


11:30–12:00 Coffee break


– 12:00 Markus BELL (SNU), Separation and Solidarity: North Korean New Settlers and the Manufacturing of Kinship in a Nation Divided.

– 12:30 Laurent SOVET (Univ. of Rouen), Relationship between career development and subjective well-being: Study among Korean college students.


13:00 – 14:00 Lunch break


14:00 – 15:00 HISTORY 1

(Chair and discussant: Yannick Bruneton, University of Paris 7)


– 14:00 Andrew D. JACKSON (SOAS), Did discrimination against Kyŏngsang province elites lead to the 1728 Musillan rebellion?

– 14:30 Kent A. DAVY (Yonsei Univ.), The myths of late Chosŏn Korea’s “civil society” and “public sphere”. An Historico-Conceptual Critique.


15:00-15:30 Coffee break


15:30 – 17:30 HISTORY 2

(Chair and discussant: Alain Delissen, EHESS)


– 15:30 Chanchul JUNG (University College London), Developing Cinema: Joseon Cinema, 1927-1938.

– 16:00 Tobias SCHOLL (Eberhard-Karls-Univ. Tuebingen), The common ancestor theory (ilsôn dongjoron; nissen dôsoron) as political tool.

– 16:30 Hyelim KIM (SOAS), The Soundscape of Tradition and Modern in Korea.

– 17:00 Bálint SIMONFFY (Eötvös Loránd Univ. Budapest), Tank troops of the Korean People’s Army 1948-1953.






10:00 – 12:00 POLITICS

(Chair and discussant: Marie-Orange Rivé-Lasan, University of Paris 7)


– 10:00 Lauren RICHARDSON (The Australian National Univ.), The State-Civil Society Dynamics of the “History Problems” in South Korea.

– 10:30 Ji-young KIM (Univ. of Warwick), Dismantling the Cold war identity on the Korean peninsula: The discursive and institutional role of state actor in transferring state identity during the Kim Dae-jung administration (1998-2002).


11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break


– 11:30 Alexandra TIMOFEEVA (Moscow State Univ.), The image marketing policy by South Korea: practical implementation and aspirations.

– 12:00 Alena SCHMUCK (Univ. of Vienna), Nation Branding in South Korea: A Modern Continuation of the Developmental State?


12:30 – 13:30 Lunch break


13:30 – 15:00 RELIGION

(Chair and discussant: Kim Daeyeol, INALCO)


– 13:30 Nelly GEORGIEVA-RUSS (AKS), Images of Daoist Immortals in Korean Buddhist Temples Wall Painting.

– 14:00 Jung Soo JO (Univ. of Leeds), Religion and Politics in Modern Korea: The Influence of Catholicism on Democratization

– 14:30 Codruta CUC (Babes-Bolyai Univ. Cluj-Napoca), Primeval Religious Thought: Toward a Definition of Sacred Space and Time in Ancient Korea.


15:00 – 15:30 Coffee break


15:30 – 17:00 LITERATURE 1

(Chair and discussant: Isabelle Sancho, CNRS-EHESS)


– 15:30 Barbara WALL (Ruhr Univ. Bochum), Korean Zeitgeist in the Mirror of the Reception of the Xiyouji (西遊記) -Trauma of the Divided Korea, Sha Wujing as Symbol for “Retirement at 45”(四五停=沙悟淨) and Sun Wukong as Guardian of Korean Palaces.

– 16:00 Gunhild STIERAND (Ruhr Univ. Bochum), “Who said the Japs were cunning and peevish?” Representations and Stereotypes of Japan and the Japanese in Kim In-gyǒm’s Ilttong Changyuga.

– 16:30 Anastasia GURYEVA (Saint Petersburg State Univ.), Humor in Late Joseon Sijo poetry: new expession based on vernacular traditions.





9:00 – 10:30 LITERATURE 2

(Chair and discussant: Jeong Eun-jin, INALCO)


9:00 Jung-shim LEE (Leiden Univ.), Meditation amid war: Hong Sayong’s Buddhist literature in wartime colonial Korea.

– 9:30 Jerôme DE WIT (Leiden Univ.), The Face of the Enemy during Civil War.

– 10:00 Justyna NAJBAR (Univ. of Warsaw), Food and gender in contemporary Korean female fiction: Tongue by Cho Kyǒng-nan and Vegetarian by Hang Kang. 


10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break


11:00 – 10:00 LINGUISTICS

(Chair and discussant: Yannick Bruneton, University of Paris 7)


– 11:00 Vladislava MAZANA (Charles Univ. in Prague), Morphological Integration of Sino-Korean Lexicon in Modern Korean.

– 11:30 Ekaterina LOGUNOVA (Russian Academy of Sciences), On language variations in Modern Korean.




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