The 2nd Kyujanggak International Symposium on Korean Studies

                Creating and Keeping Records in Korea

The 2nd Kyujanggak International Symposium on Korean Studies


August 27-28, 2009

Kyujanggak Auditorium and

Sinyang Humanities Hall

[Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies]

Director : Kim Yung Sik (Professor, Asian History)

Associate Director : Jung Keun-Sik (Professor, Sociology)

Head of Research Planning Division : Kim Tae Woong (Professor, History Education)

Head of Archive Research Division : Kim Yun-Je (Chief Researcher, Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies)

Head of Conferences and Education Division : Moon Joong-Yang (Professor, Korean History)

Head of Publications Division : Lee Jongmook (Professor, Korean Language and Literature)

Head of Royal Archives and Rare Books Division : Lee Jongmook (Professor, Korean Language and Literature)

Director of International Center for Korean Studies : Park Tae-Gyun (Graduate School of International Studies)

Associate Director of International Center for Korean Studies : Sem Vermeersch  (Professor, Religious Studies)

[Organizing committee]

Moon Joong-Yang, Lee Jongmook, Park Tae-Gyun, Sem Vermeersch, Kim Chong-Min (program coordinator, ICKS), An Sojin (symposium coordinator), Kim Dae-Joong (assistant, conferences and education division)

Phone +82-2-880-9378, Fax +82-2-883-3305, E-mail

[August 27 Thursday]

Registration (9:30-9:50)/Opening Ceremony (9:50-10:10)     Kyujanggak Auditorium

Opening remarks: Jung Keun-Sik (Associate Director of Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies)

Welcome Address: Kim Yung Sik (Director, Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies)

Special Lecture (10:10-11:00)                              Kyujanggak Auditorium

Kyujanggak Special Exhibition Tour (11:00-11:40)

Lunch (12:00-13:50)                                   Jahayeon Faculty Restaurant

Session 1 (14:00 - 17:00)                  Sinyang Humanities Hall Seminar Room 3

Chair: Pai Hyung Il

Topic: Staging "Authentic" Korea for a World Audience: Colonialism, Nationalism and Heritage Management (1902-present)

1. Postcards from Korea’’s Past: Re-making Heritage Destinations for the Tourist         Pai Hyung Il (University of California, Santa Barbara)

2. Restoring Sokkuram: Archaeology, Photography and Architectural Preservation in Kyongju

        Yoshii Hideo (Kyoto University)

3. Exhibiting Korean Culture: The Colonial Government General Museum of Korea (1915-1945) and its Contemporary Legacies

        Park Jin Soo (University College London)

4. Musical Intelligence: Imperial Japan Listening to Koreana

        Taylor Atkins (Northern Illinois University)

5. Recasting the Past, Forecasting the Present: New Discoveries From the Recovered Films of Korea’’s Colonial Era

        Sueyoung Park-Primiano (New York University)

6. The Cultural Property Protection Law: Tensions and Dissonance Revealed by Examining the Differences between First and Second Generation Performance Professionals

        Cedarbough Saeji (UCLA)

Session 2 (14:00 - 17:00)                 Sinyang Humanities Hall Seminar Room 4

Chair: Moon Joong-Yang (Seoul National University)

Topic: Sino-Korean Interaction in Mathematical Sciences in the Late Chosŏn Period

1. Astronomy and Diplomacy-Communication between the Qing and Chosŏn Dynasties on Eclipse Prediction and Observation

        Shi Yunli (University of Science and Technology China)

2. Circulation of Western Texts among Korean literati as Seen from Hwang Yunsok’’s Journal during the Second Half of the 18th Century

        Koo Mhan-Ock (Kyunghee University)

3. The Emergence of Literati Mathematicians and the New Culture of Mathematics in Late Eighteenth-century Korea

        Lim Jongtae (Seoul National University)

4. The Spread of Chinese Mathematical Treatises and Korean Mathematicians’’ Innovation

        Guo Shirong (Inner Mongolia Normal University)

Discussants: Park Kwonsoo (Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies), Chu Pingyi ( Academia Sinica), Moon Joong-Yang (Seoul National University)

Conference Banquet (18:00-)                                   Kyujanggak Terrace

[August 28 Fri]

Session 3 (9:30 - 12:30)                   Sinyang Humanities Hall Seminar Room 4

Chair: Yi Hyangsoon (University of Georgia)

Topic: Nectar Ritual Paintings as the Iconic Records of Chosŏn Society

1. Scenes in the Lower Parts of Nectar Ritual Paintings and their Relationship with the State of Chosŏn Society

        Yeon Jeyoung (Korea University)

2. The Vignettes of Chosŏn Society as Reflected in the Images of Sixteenth-century Nectar Ritual Paintings

        Park Eunkyung (Donga University)

3. The Visibility, Visuality, and Vitality of Chosŏn Buddhist Nuns: The Iconography of Female Monastics in Nectar Ritual Paintings

        Yi Hyangsoon (University of Georgia)

4. Images of Performing Arts and Entertainments in the Nectar Paintings of the Chosŏn Period

        Hong Sunpyo (Ewha Womans University)

5. New Elements in Human Figures in the Nineteenth-century Nectar Ritual Paintings

        Kim Seunghee (Gyeongju National Museum)

Discussants: Chang Chin-sung (Seoul National University), Kim Junghee (Wonkwang University), Ju Seongok (Seoul National University)

Session 4 (9:30 - 12:30)                   Sinyang Humanities Hall Seminar Room 3

Chair: Park Sung-chang (Seoul National University)

Topic: Writing system and cultural changes in the enlightenment era

1. The Graphic Imagination: Imagining Script in Korean Antiquity

        Ross King (University of British Columbia)

2. The some factors of occurred in modern Chinese literature

        Li Andong (Fudan University)

3. Changes in writing system and narrative style in the enlightenment era

        Kwon Young-Min (Seoul National University)

4. Appropriation of the Reader in Narrative Texts of the Enlightenment Period

        Kim Suk-bong (University of Ulsan)

Lunch (13:00-14:00)                                   Jahayeon Faculty Restaurant

Main Panel (14:00 - 18:30)   Sinyang Humanities Hall International Conference Room

Chair: Kim Myoungho (Seoul National University)

Topic: Record Culture and Intellectual Exchange in East Asia

1. Manuscript Culture and Korean Literature in the Late Chosŏn Period

        Kwon Du-Hwan (Seoul National University)

2. Intellectual Exchange and Mutual Recognition in East Asia

        Jung Min (Hanyang University)

3. The Exchange of Chinese Books Seen through Catalogues of Chosŏn Books

        Zhang Bowei (Nanjing University)

4. Historical Position of Movable Type Printing in the Ming Dynasty

        Inoue Susumu (Nagoya University)

5. Changes in the Style of Bookbinding and Chinese Books in the Late Chosŏn Dynasty

        Cho Gye Young (Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies)

Discussants> Jung Ha-Young (Ewha Womans University), Lee Jongmook (Seoul National University), Ahn Daehoe (Sungkyunkwan University), Lee Chang-Sook (Seoul National University), Rho Kyunghee (Kyoto University)

(writer : admin, date : September 30, 2009)  
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