Nam Center Colloquium Series | Words of Times, Writings of Desire: Our Study on Korean Cultural History and Literature through Journals
Hanji: The Art of Korean Papermaking | From East Asia to the Great Lakes: Korean Paper at Home and Abroad
Nam Center Colloquium Series | Idols of Development: The Performance of Asian Modernity via Queer Thai K-Pop Fandom
Nam Center Colloquium Series | New developments in 'Kongron politics' during the late Choson -18th and 19th Centuries: 'Local Councils' and 'People's Assemblies'
A2KIFF, The Ann Arbor Korean Independent Film Festival: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter…and Spring (2003)
The Kwangju Massacre after Thirty-Five Years: The Politics and Poetics of Witnessing: A Conversation with South Korean Writers LIM Chul-Woo and HAN Kang
CANCELLED<br>Nam Center for Korean Studies Colloquium Series: Planning Assessment in a Proficiency Oriented Foreign Language Program: A Backward Design
Nam Center for Korean Studies Colloquium Series: Disappearance of Prophetic Voice from the Korean Church and Its Disservice to Korea
Music of Strings and Wind from Korea: Virginia Howard Lecture Series - Up Close: An Introduction to Korean Classical Music
Nam Center for Korean Studies Colloquium Series: Park Su-Geun, the Bando Gallery, and Selling Korean Contemporary Art at Home and Abroad, 1950s-1970s
Maternal Guardians: Intimate Knowledge and Affective Boundary-Making Among South Korean Volunteers for Migrant Women
Nam Center for Korean Studies Colloquium Series: Maternal Guardians: Intimate Knowledge and Affective Boundary-Making among South Korean Volunteers for Migrant Women
Nam Center Undergraduate Fellows Lecture: K-Pop: Where it Came From, Where it is Going, and Why it Matters
Nam Center Colloquium Series: "Everlasting Fraternal Friendship: North Korea and the End of Communism"
Nam Center Colloquium Series: "Korean (Language) Studies in the U.S. Higher Education: Evolution and Prospect"
A2KIFF 2013: Ann Arbor Independent Korean Film Festival: Dear Pyongyang (2005) Special Student Screening & Lecture
Journalistic Professionalism Revisited: A case study of citizen journalists at OhmyNews in South Korea
Journalistic Professionalism Revisited: A Case Study of Citizen Journalists at OhmyNews in South Korea
Contemporary Korean Photography: How Artists use a photographic sensibility to produce new knowledge?
CKS Colloquium Series 2007-08/Nam-lin Hur, Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia