This year marked the 70th year since the establishment of two Korean states and the 65th anniversary of armistice. Living in “one nation, two states,” what does it mean to be Korean? What stories do the Korean people tell about who they are, where they’ve been, and where they are going? How have these stories changed across the 70 years of division?
Two Koreas: Past and Present. Saturday, September 29, 2018, 8:30 am – 4:15 pm
Through lectures by scholars of North and South Korean history and literature, participants will gain perspectives of everyday life in the two Koreas and consider multiple views on Korea’s division and contemporary situation. Examining themes of human security and reconciliation, participants will explore the use of primary and secondary sources to compare and integrate information about the Koreas in their social studies, world literature, and humanities classes.
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