Date Time Program Title
06/29/2004:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesLaw and Privacy in the New Normal: Long-term COVID-19 Containment Strategy
05/19/2003:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesKorea's Response to COVID-19: A Lesson To Be Learned
02/13/2005:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesDavid Roh - Los Angeles and Osaka are Burning: Articulating the Zainichi Korean and Korean American Literary Conversation
02/13/2012:30 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesIs it Jjapaguri or Ramdon? Sharing the Oscars with Korean Film Experts
02/06/2005:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesHye-Kyoung Kwon - Mapping out "K-Beauty" under the Military Regime of South Korea: Door-to-door Cosmetic Saleswomen and Beauty Consultants of Amorepacific Co. (1945-)
01/30/2004:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesDONGSEI KIM - Imagining the Impossible: The DMZ as a Proving Ground
01/16/2005:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesJERONIMO - Free Film Screening Followed by Director Q&A
11/13/1904:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesErica Vogel, K-Pop in Mexico: Creating and Consuming Globalization Through La Ola Coreana
11/04/1905:30 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesMaster Class with Jason Kim after the screening of "Midnight Runner"
10/16/1905:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesCCKS Welcome Reception 2019-2020
10/07/1907:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesAfro-Korean Hip-hop Festival performances by Tiger JK, Yoonmirae, BIZZY, Kurtis Blow, & more.
10/07/1908:30 AMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesKorean Hip-Hop and New Explorations of Afro-Asian Identity Conference
06/07/1908:30 AMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesWar and Women's Human Rights: Testimonies of the Comfort Women
06/06/1906:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesWar and Women's Human Rights: Testimonies of the Comfort Women - Film Screening of HERSTORY with Director Min Kyu-dong
06/03/1903:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesThe False Promise, Rejected Sincerity, and Failure of Becoming Japanese in the Volunteer Films of Colonial Korea
05/30/1904:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesBlack K-Pop: Racial Surplus and the Global Consumption of Korean Pop Music
05/29/1912:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesThe Western as Method: Questions of Indigeneity, Race and Violence in the American and Japanese Frontiers by Takashi Fujitani
05/28/1908:00 AMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesKorean Comfort Women Exhibit
05/07/1903:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesA Song of Dissent and Democracy: "March for the Beloved" and the Poetics of Resistance in South Korea‚Äč
05/02/1903:00 PMCenter for Critical Korean StudiesTales from Tent City and the Dance Floor: South Korean Soft Power or a Self-Governing A.R.M.Y?
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