Keynote Myong Kwan Chi is interviewed on the culture of the 1970s in Korea in a special Saturday session of Cultures of Yushin conference.
Performance by Female Gayo at the 2014 Chuseok Party
Demonstration at Residential College at East Quad with artists Chang-soo Song and Jung-Ye Nam (2nd and 6th from L) during Minhwa at Michigan.
Dr. Ku-hyun Jung (center) meets with the Nam Family, the Sang-Yong Nam Award winner, and U-M faculty and staff following the Sang-Yong Nam Memorial Lecture in 2014.
Professor Nancy Abelmann gives the keynote lecture at the Transgression as a Secular Value conference.
The Nam Center and the Ford School of Public Policy welcome Ambassador Thomas C. Minton at Korea Days
Inae Chung performs at the 2012 Chuseok Party
Professor Youngju Ryu discusses new media and electoral politics in Korea at the Hallyu 2.0 conference
Roald Maliangkay lectures on the packaging of Korean girl and boy bands in the Hallyu 2.0 conference.
A fifth grade visit to Woon-Hyung Lee and Korea Foundation Gallery of Korean Art at UMMA
Students examine Korean ceramics led by UMMA docents
Teachers at the East Asia Immersion Workshop practice the steps to Talchum, a Korean masked dance.
The Audience at the Inaugural Elder Sang-Yong Nam Lecture
A group of students met with President Chung from the Academy of Korean Studies for a luncheon where they asked him about his career, his acheivements, and his experience as a foriegn student at U-M in the 70's.
Student volunteers at the first Chuseok Dae Party.
The Woon-Hyung Lee and Korea Foundation Gallery of Korean Art showcases a large collection of Korean artifacts which encompass a wide breadth of Korean history.
The Korean collection in the Asia Library has grown substantially in recent years, and specializes in Korean unification, immigration, and the Korean auto industry, among many other fields of study.
Dean Terrence McDonald and President Chung Kil Chung from the Academy of Korean Studies shake hands after signing the grant agreement.
Bruce Cumings's talk: Apocalypse, Amnesia--and Kim Jong Il: Why the Korean War is Forgotten?
The Nam Center for Korean Studies at the University of Michigan International Institute encourages economic, political, and cultural understanding of Korea in the U-M community and beyond. Through its student and faculty support and ambitious public programming, the center seeks to increase the depth and breadth of resources devoted to Korean studies.
- Applications for 2015-2016 Undergraduate Fellows Program due March 31, 2015 March 18, 2015
- Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism Wins Dartmouth Medal for Most Outstanding Reference Work February 12, 2015
- Nam Center director Nojin Kwak on surging Korean language course enrollments: Inside Higher Ed> February 11, 2015
- CANCELLED Nam Center for Korean Studies Colloquium Series: Polling, Public Opinion, and Political Responsiveness in Korea and Beyond
Speaker: Taeku Lee, University of California Berkeley
- Korean Cinema NOW: Whistle Blower
- The Kwangju Massacre after Thirty-Five Years: The Politics and Poetics of Witnessing
Speaker: A Conversation with South Korean Writers Lim Chul-woo and Han Kang