This lecture investigates the works of three Korean contemporary artists: Suh Do-Ho, Lee Bul, and Choi Jeonghwa. Prof. Jung-Ah Woo from the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences, POSTECH argues that the three artists have presented disparate modes of dealing with this sense of anxiety and nostalgia in the age of globalization.
Date & Time: May 13, 2021 I 10-11am Korea Standard Time (UTC+9)
Registration Deadline: 10 May 2021 Korea Standard Time (UTC+9)
Join the Tohoku University Global Campus Supporters and IPLANET for an online social event with students from overseas universities. Let’s casually talk and learn about traditional Japanese food and the cuisines in your own countries!
Date & Time: May 23, 2021 I 6:30-8pm Japan Standard Time (UTC+9) Registration Deadline: 21 May 2021 (UTC+9)
Join University of Oregon faculty for a speakers series during spring term 2021. All events will be held virtually and feature conversations between faculty and speakers from the University of Oregon community and beyond. Topics include indigenous arts, global communications after Covid, and identity in Asian and Asian Studies, and more.
Date & Topic:
May 13: Identity, Ambivalence, Homecoming: Travels Between Asian and Asian American Studies