List of Visiting Scholars

Huang Chunyan 黃純艶 Professor, History, Shanghai Normal University March 1, 2006~ July 31, 2006 1. Gathering data for the publication of『高麗史史料槪要』 2. Gathering socio-historical data such as the Kahoon·hyang-yak·Karye 3. Examination of Sung Dynasty material such as the『宋史筌』, 『宋史撮要』, 『宋史』, 『宋元華東史合編綱目』, as well as Joseon Dynasty material such as 『農事直說』, 『山林經濟』 Rei Fukui 福井 玲 Professor, Tokyo University Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology April 1, 2006 ~December 31, 2006 Research on the history of Korean phonemes Yong-Ho Pyon Professor, Comparative Literature, Tsuru University April 4, 2006 ~February 28, 2007 Examination of the moral theories and nationalism of Modern Korea through the theories of Yi Toegye and Yi Yulgok Alexander Kim Russia, Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography of RAS, Ph D Course March 1, 2006~ August 31, 2006 Analysis of research on Balhae by Korea and Russia Yutaka Shirakawa 白川 豊 Professor, Kyushu Sangyo University, International Cultural Studies June 1, 2006 ~July 31, 2006 The Unfolding of Modern Korean Literature in the Colonial Era- The 1930s Yuanzhou Wang 王元周 Professor, History, Beijing University September 1, 2006 ~August 31, 2007 Research on the『燕行錄』of the Joseon Dynasty Pori Park Arizona State University December 1, 2006 ~June 9, 2007 Buddhism in Modern Korea: De-colonization, Politics, and Modernization

Visiting Scholars Program

The Kyujanggak Visiting Scholars Program invites scholars to utilize the collections of the Kyujanggak as well as the research infrastructure and human resources of Seoul National University for furthering the development of Korean Studies as well as their own research. The selected scholars will be granted office space and on-campus housing can also be arranged if needed.Upon their acceptance, grantees will be asked to participate fully with the Institute's academic community in their various events, and the results of grantee's work will be encouraged to be submitted for possible publication in the Institute's publications, Hanguk Munhwa and the Seoul Journal of Korean Studies. We accept applications year-round, with decisions made on a quarterly basis. Please direct any inquiries to