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Nam Center for Korean Studies

Recent News

Nam Center Faculty David Chung featured in Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review

Hijoo Son (Phillips Academy) and Jooyeon Rhee (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) interview Prof. Chung on Korean identity and diasporic art.

New Korea-related collection at the Asia Library

Asia Library receives a donation of some 200 Kodachrome slides from Margaret Condon Taylor (PhD, psychology, 1983)

The Nam Center for Korean Studies at the University of Michigan International Institute encourages social, political, cultural, and economic 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.

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Nam Center Colloquium Series | Looking through the 2018 Winter Olympics: The Complexity of Contemporary Korean Nationalism and National Identity Politics 4:30 PM
Room 120 Weiser Hall
Donia Human Rights Center Panel. Human Rights in North Korea: Crimes Against Humanity, Advocacy for Change, and Future Prospects 4:00 PM
Annenberg Auditorium, Room 1120 Weill Hall (Ford School)
International Institute. How to Build a Competitive PhD Program Application: A Faculty Panel Discussion 4:30 PM
555 Weiser Hall
Nam Center for Korean Studies Colloquium Series | Uncle Tom’s Cabin in Korea: Translating Blackness Across the Pacific 4:30 PM
Room 110 Weiser Hall
Korean Cinema NOW | After My Death / 죄많은 소녀 1:00 PM
Off Campus Location
International Institute Globally Engaged Career Panel 12:00 PM
1010 Weiser Hall