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Termine

16.08.2022 - 20.08.2022

Korea-Europe Summer School 2022 in Kongju

The summer school is an academic program with field trip supported by the KDI-School , the Institute of Unification Education and the Research Institute of Buddhist Cultural Heritage . The objective of the Summer School is to provide students with an expert-lead, on site training in Korean history, culture, politics, and North-South Korean relations, this year in cooperation with History D – Asia Peace and History Institute (Dr. Lee Sincheol), Seoul. The program provides a great opportunity to expand knowledge on the diverse fields of Korean Studies.  

16.08.2022 - 24.08.2022

INSPIRATION OGAI - Gespräch, Film, Lesung, Performance

Ort: Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum Berlin (JDZB) Saargemünder Str. 2 14195 Berlin

26.08.2022 | 17:00 - 20:00

Korea Competence Week for Graduate Students and PhD Candidates

The Korea-Europe Center at the Institute of Korean Studies/Freie Universität Berlin is pleased to announce the 2022 Workshop Series <Korea Competence Week> for graduate students and PhD candidates intending to enhance the academic and political competence of those involved in Korea-related research and politics.

05.09.2022 - 09.09.2022

Gründung einer Sektion "Arabistik" bei der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft

Ort: K23/21 ("Istanbul") im Rahmen des Deutschen Orientalistentags.

16.09.2022 | 10:00

ZODIAC workshop "Imagining the Sky: The Zodiac and Related Astral Imagery in the Ancient World", Freie Universität Berlin

Ort: Reception, Wednesday 21/9/2022, Planetarium am Insulaner, Steglitz. Conference days Thursday 22/9/2022 and Friday 23/9/2022, Freie Universität Berlin, Fabeckstr. 23-25, room 1.2051, 14195 Berlin

21.09.2022 - 23.09.2022

Einstufungstest für neue Studierende (Kombi-BA)

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26.09.2022 | 10:00

Einführungsveranstaltung für den BA-Studiengang Japanstudien / Ostasienwissenschaften

Ort: Holzlaube Fabeckstr. 23-25 Raum -1.2009 14195 Berlin-Dahlem

10.10.2022 | 11:00

Einführungsveranstaltung für den MA-Studiengang Japanologie

Ort: Holzlaube Fabeckstr. 23-25 Raum 1.2001 14195 Berlin-Dahlem

10.10.2022 | 16:00
12.10.2022 | 10:00

Talk: "The Chinese Age of Discovery: Work in Progress"

Ort: Room 2.2051 Fabeckstrasse 23-25 14195 Berlin

19.07.2022 | 16:00
14.07.2022 | 16:30 s.t. - 18:00
14.07.2022 | 16:00 c.t. - 18:00

Geschichte inklusiv? Theorie, Praxis, Politik

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin Hörsaal A Koserstraße 20 14195 Berlin

12.07.2022 | 16:00 - 18:30

2022 Summer Special Lecture Series - Encountering Korean History in Kongju

The Institute of Korean Studies at Freie Universität Berlin invites you to attend its Summer Special Lecture Series 2022 – “Encountering Korean History in Kongju and near area”.  Kongju was the capital city of Paekche (Baekje) from 475-538 and even afterwards it played a central role in the region, until Taejŏn (Daejeon) arose as a new regional center. Historically, it has experienced diverse phases not only as a local center of politics but also in terms of culture and education. Some of its historical sites have been selected as UNESCO World Heritage site. Held in the form of online presentations by leading experts, these lectures form part of this year’s KDIS-FU Korea-Europe Program: Summer School in Korea, but are equally open to all those who have an interest in Korean History.

Ort: Online: Webex

11.07.2022 - 14.07.2022

Verabschiedung von Prof. Dr. Tobias Wendl / Farewell Event for Prof. Dr. Tobias Wendl

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Ort: Kunsthistorisches Institut der Freien Universität Berlin Koserstr. 20 Hs B (Hörsaal B) 14195 Berlin

08.07.2022 | 14:00 s.t.

KEC International Graduate student Conference 2022

The Institute of Korean Studies welcomes 14 graduate students from 7 universities in 6 countries (Berlin, Bochum, Leiden, Prague, Paris, Seoul and Venice - BVS and PBBP) majoring in Korean Studies to present their individual research during the Joint International Conference 2022 (BVS and PBBP). 

Ort: Offline: Institute of Korean Studies Otto-v.-Simson-Str. 11 14195 Berlin Germany

08.07.2022 - 09.07.2022

Aktuelle MA-Arbeiten II (Achtung: diese Sitzung geht bis 21:30 Uhr!)

Ort: Raum A 320, Koserstraße 20, 14195 Berlin

05.07.2022 | 18:00 c.t. - 21:30

Special Talk - War and Women. The long and sad History.

The Institute of Korean Studies, in cooperation with the Margherita von Brentano Center and Graduate School of East Asian Studies at Freie Universität Berlin, invites you to a special talk by Prof. Lee Na Young on "War and Women - the long and sad History". Presenter: Prof. Lee Na Young Na-Young Lee is Professor in the Department of Sociology at Chung-Ang University in South Korea and Chair of the Board of the Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan. Her research interests include post/colonialism, gendered nationalism, sexuality, and trans/national women’s movements. She has published many books and articles in Korean, in English and in Japanese, covering the subjects of Japanese military ‘comfort women,’ U.S. military bases, prostitution, women’s oral history, and migration. Her international publication include “Un/forgettable Histories of US Camptown Prostitution in South Korea: Women’s Experiences of Sexual labor and Government Policies” (2017); “Korean Men’s Pornography Use, Their Interest in Extreme Pornography, and Dyadic Sexual Relationships” (co-author) (2015); “The Korean Women’s Movement of Japanese Military ‘Comfort Women’: Navigating between Nationalism and Feminism” (2014); “Negotiating the Boundaries of Nation, Christianity, and Gender: The Korean Women’s Movement against Military Prostitution” (2011); and “The Construction of Military Prostitution in South Korea during the U.S. Military Rule, 1945-1948” (2007).

Ort: Offline-event: Institute of Korean Studies Otto-v.-Simson-Straße 11 14195 Berlin

05.07.2022 | 17:00 s.t. - 18:00

Gibt es eine Erinnerungskonkurrenz?

Ort: Berliner Landeszentrale für politische Bildung Hardenbergstraße 22-24 10623 Berlin Besuchszentrum

05.07.2022 | 16:15 - 18:30

Kolloquium mit Dr. Rocío da Riva

Ort: Aufgrund der derzeitigen Situation findet das Kolloquium über WebEx statt

05.07.2022 | 16:00 - 17:00

KDIS-FUIKS Korea-Europe Center - SLS 2022 - How to Understand North Korea

Presenter: Jae-eyon Chung (Director of Programs at an English school, TalkHow) The KDIS-FUIKS Korea-Europe Center invites you to the 2022 online Special Lecture Series: How to understand North Korea. Jae-eyon Chung is an English teacher and a travel blogger with a passion for exploring exciting destinations and writing about their cultures and foods. Born and raised in South Korea, she visited North Korea in 2018 and 2019, publishing her first North Korean travelogue, "A Day in the Life: Visiting North Korea", in 2019, a book which began as a series of blog entries. Ms. Chung currently teaches English in Seoul and is involved in developing English education programs as a representative of TalkHow English Education Center and has given numerous presentations across South Korea about her North Korean travel experience. Currently, Ms Chung is also completing work toward her MA in TESOL from Bond University, to be awarded in late 2022.  "In 2018, I was fortunate to have a rare opportunity for someone born and raised in South Korea: I was able to visit North Korea as a tourist. I have now enjoyed two trips to North Korea. I shared food and stayed in the homes of some of my generous North Korean neighbours. If you ask me what North Korea was like, I will say without hesitation, "I have friends there." I look forward to sharing some of the things I learned and specific changes in my perspective on North Korea between what I felt and believed before and after my trips." - Jae-eyon Chung

Ort: Online: Webex

05.07.2022 | 14:15 s.t. - 15:45

BCCN Talk: In the Realm of Comrades?

Ort: Invalidenstrasse 118, 10115 Berlin Room 410

04.07.2022 | 16:30 - 18:00

FUIKS Special Lecture Series - Reading Korean popular culture

Presenter: Prof. Dr. Eun-Jeung Lee Abstract: tba

Ort: Online: Webex Offline: Institute of Korean Studies Otto-von-Simson-Straße 11 14195 Berlin (Please register in advance. Only 20 seats available)

28.06.2022 | 18:00 s.t. - 19:45

Teilhabe im Museum – Barrieren und Strategien zu ihrer Überwindung

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin Hörsaal A Koserstraße 20 14195 Berlin

28.06.2022 | 16:00 - 18:30

Retreat-2022-Lutherstadt-Wittenberg

Ort: Cranach Herberge Lutherstadt Wittenberg

27.06.2022 - 29.06.2022

A Queer New York - A Queer Berlin. Geographies of Lesbians, Dykes, and Queers.

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin Holzlaube - Raum 2.2058 Fabeckstraße 23-25 14195 Berlin und online (Anmeldung per Mail)

23.06.2022 | 18:00

KDIS-FUIKS Korea Europe Center Human Security and Development Forum 2022 - The EU and South Korean Strategies for the Free and Open Indo-Pacific

With a growing geopolitical and geo-economic significance of the Indo-Pacific, the European Union (EU) has been shifting its attention to this region. Several EU member states – including Germany and France – have recently published their Indo-Pacific strategies, whereas the EU issued its own policy documents throughout 2021 and the European Parliament has just adopted the Report on the EU and the Security Challenges in the Indo-Pacific. Although South Korea does not have an overarching strategy for this geographical area, it is in fact one of the key Indo-Pacific players and the EU’s most important like-minded partners in the region. To what extent do various strategies complement – or contradict – one another and in what sectors best to implement them? How can Europe collaborate with Seoul in order to maintain the Indo-Pacific which is free, open and rules-based while confronting mutual challenges such as China’s increasing assertiveness? What impact does Russia’s war in Ukraine have on the EU’s relations with the Indo-Pacific countries and what other partners and actors can the EU and South Korea team up with, especially since President Yoon has been recalibrating Seoul’s approach to its Indo-Pacific neighbors? David McAllister, MEP and Chair of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee, will give a opening speech and will answer questions to open a hybrid event on the EU and South Korean strategies for the Indo-Pacific. The roundtable discussion will be joined by Dr Antoine Bondaz, Director of the Korea and the Taiwan Programs at the Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique (FRS) in Paris, Dr Eunjung Lim, Associate Professor at Kongju National University and Dr Tereza Novotná, Korea-Europe Center Fellow at Free University Berlin, Korea Associate at 9DashLine and EUROPEUM Prague.   The roundtable discussion will be chaired by Dr Florian Pölking, Lecturer at the Institute for Korean Studies at Free University Berlin.

Ort: Hybrid event Offline: Institute of Korean Studies Otto-von-Simson-Straße 11 14195 Berlin Online: Webex

23.06.2022 | 10:00 s.t. - 11:30

Postkoloniale Perspektiven. Wie wurde die deutsche Kolonialgeschichte verdrängt?

Ort: Berliner Landeszentrale für politische Bildung Hardenbergstraße 22-24 10623 Berlin Besuchszentrum

21.06.2022 | 16:10 - 18:30

Kolloquium mit Dr. Dominik Bonatz

Ort: Aufgrund der derzeitigen Situation findet das Kolloquium über WebEx statt

21.06.2022 | 16:00 - 17:00
20.06.2022 | 10:00 s.t. - 12:00

5th Annual Kim Dae Jung Lecture - Kim Dae-jung’s Legacies and Their Relevance Today

In memory of the late South Korean President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Kim Dae Jung, the Institute of Korean Studies of the Free University, Berlin celebrates the 5th Annual Lecture. Prof. Dr. YOU Jong-il, Dean of the KDI School of Public Policy and Management will give a lecture with the title “Kim Dae-jung’s Legacies and Their Relevance Today”. Presenter: Dr. YOU Jong-il (Dean of the KDI School of Public Policy and Management) Dr. Jong-Il You graduated from Seoul National University and received his Ph. D. in Economics from Harvard University. He has published numerous articles and books in such areas as economic growth, income distribution, macroeconomic policies, development and labor issues including his most recent and influential policy proposal, ‘A Transformative New Deal’. As an active policy advisor, Dr. You served as a member of the Presidential Committee on Northeast Asia Economic Hub and chaired the Special Committee on Economic Democracy of the Democratic Party. He also served as a member of the Public Funds Management Committee, the Advisory Committee for the Constitution Revision Committee of the National Assembly, and the Commission on Financial Administration Reform. In addition, Dr. You is an influential advocate of economic and political reforms as a broadcaster, columnist, and leader in the civic movement.

Ort: Online: Webex Offline: Institute of Korean Studies Otto-von-Simson-Straße 11 14195 Berlin (Please register in advance. Only 20 seats available)

15.06.2022 | 18:00 s.t. - 20:00
15.06.2022 | 10:00 s.t. - 12:00

Vorstellungsvorträge für die Besetzung der Professur für Kunst und visuelle Kulturen Afrikas

09.00 Uhr Prof. Dr. Adepeju Layiwola (Lagos/Nigeria) From Germany With Love: New Narratives Around the Benin Bronzes 11.00 Uhr Prof. Dr. Bárbaro Martínez-Ruiz (Bloomington/USA) Ma Kisi Nsi: A Quest for Kongo a Sansala Art 14.00 Uhr Prof. Dr. Kerstin Silja Pinther (Berlin) "We Greet the Dress before we Greet its Wearer". Konzeptuelles (Mode-) Design in Nigeria ___________________________________________________________________ Die Angaben zur vollen Stunde verstehen sich s.t.

Ort: Hörsaal B, Koserstr. 20, 14195 Berlin

13.06.2022 | 09:00 s.t.

Kolloquium mit Dr. Ana Arroyo Cambronero

Ort: Aufgrund der derzeitigen Situation findet das Kolloquium über WebEx statt

07.06.2022 | 16:00 - 17:00

KDIS-FUIKS Korea-Europe Center - SLS 2022 - How to Understand North Korea

Moderator: Dr. Hojye Kang Presenter: Dr. Hyuk Jung (Deputy director, Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Korea) The KDIS-FUIKS Korea-Europe Center invites you to the 2022 online Special Lecture Series: How to understand North Korea. What are the benefits and risks of treating North Korean defectors’ account as a source of research data? This lecture will offer some guidelines on how to approach the defectors’ account and how to avoid pitfalls in using their stories for scientific purposes.

Ort: Online: Webex

07.06.2022 | 14:15 s.t. - 15:45
31.05.2022 | 18:00 c.t.
31.05.2022 - 01.06.2022
24.05.2022 | 18:00 - 20:00

FUIKS Special Lecture Series - Reading Korean popular culture

Presenter: Gwendolyn Domning In light of the 20 th anniversary of the UNESCO declaration on cultural diversity the lecture takes a look at the current state of cultural diversity in the virtual space. Choosing the video-sharing platform YouTube as the analytical focus, most successful content, central actors, and their impact on the “real” world in Germany and Korea are discussed. Is the virtual space blending into reality and contributing to cultural diversity? And what about the much-discussed phenomenon of hybridization ?

Ort: Online: Webex Offline: Institute of Korean Studies Otto-von-Simson-Straße 11 14195 Berlin (Please register in advance. Only 20 seats available)

24.05.2022 | 16:15 s.t. - 18:00

Kolloquium mit Dr. Matteo Vigo

Ort: Aufgrund der derzeitigen Situation findet das Kolloquium über WebEx statt

24.05.2022 | 16:00 - 17:00

Talk: The International Sources of Authoritarian Consolidation in Communist Asia

Ort: Fabeckstr. 23-25 (Holzlaube), 14195 Berlin, Room 2.2058

23.05.2022 | 12:15
17.05.2022 | 18:00 c.t.

KDIS-FUIKS Korea-Europe Center - SLS 2022 - How to Understand North Korea

Moderator: Dr. Hojye Kang Presenter: Joseph Lee (Senior Researcher, Korean International Trade Association) The KDIS-FUIKS Korea-Europe Center invites you to the 2022 online Special Lecture Series: How to understand North Korea. International trade of North Korea in its unique forms has developed and also hindered by sanctions up to date. In this lecture, the overall structure of North Korean trade is studied using United Nation and World Trade Organisation data. Major trading countries, items and changing trends are discussed. Furthermore, in this lecture, two fundamental questions will be addressed: why does North Korea trade and how?

Ort: Online: Webex

17.05.2022 | 14:15 s.t. - 15:45

Open Research Seminar - The challenges facing South Korea's new administration

Presenter: HeeJung Kim Abstract: tba About HeeJung Kim: Heejung Kim is a Korean politician with all experience in the political party, government, and presidential office who served as a re-elected national assembly member, a minister, a spokesperson for the Blue House. She was the first in Korea to be nominated to the National Assembly by a political party through "a public debate", also she holds the record for the youngest female constituency member of the National Assembly and the youngest minister. Her family has a special relationship with Germany: her mother-in-law worked as a nurse dispatched to Germany, her husband studied at the Aachen University of Technology, and she was a member of the Korea -German Parliamentary Friendship Association.   The lecture will be held in Korean

Ort: Online: Webex Offline: Institute of Korean Studies Otto-von-Simson-Straße 11 14195 Berlin

16.05.2022 | 12:00 c.t. - 14:00

Kolloquium mit Dr. Lionel Marti

Kolloquium mit Dr. Lionel Marti zum Thema "The craftsmen of the palace or at the service of the palace? The role of the palace in the middle-assyrian economic life, some remarks " .

Ort: Aufgrund der derzeitigen Situation findet das Kolloquium über WebEx statt

10.05.2022 | 16:00 - 17:00

KDIS-FUIKS Korea Europe Center Human Security and Development Forum 2022: Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: The Implications for South Korea and Europe

A hybrid roundtable with four distinguished guests will discuss Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and its implications for Europe, South Korea and the global world order. We will be joined in person by Prof. August Pradetto, Professor Emeritus of Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg and Dr Sergej Sumlenny, an Eastern Europe analyst and a former Director of Heinrich Böll Foundation office in Kyiv. Prof. Jae-Seung Lee, Dean and Jean Monnet Chair at Korea University and Prof. Brendan Howe, Dean and a Professor of International Relations at Ewha Womans University will connect with us from Seoul via a video-link.

Ort: Venue: Online: Webex and Offline: Institute of Korean Studies Otto-von-Simson-Straße 11 14195 Berlin

10.05.2022 | 14:00 s.t. - 15:30

FUIKS Special Lecture Series - Reading Korean popular culture

Presenter: Prof. Dr. Hyangjin Lee In the COVID era, audiences have been isolated by border closures and fear of infection has been manifesting in an old form of prejudice—discrimination and xenophobia. But against these odds, Korean dramas have been spreading empathy and a sense of global community. The ongoing popularity of Crash Landing on You , Japan’s most watched Netflix series in 2020, challenges anti-Korean sentiments. Squid Game , Netflix’s most watched show of all time in the first month after its release, undermined Western cultural elitism. Streaming services are competing to secure Korean content for the global market. The genres and themes vary, and the audience is diverse. But what these works have in common are melodramatic social criticism and a strong sense of poetic justice. This lecture will explore the ways in which satires of the social realities of Korea—in the form of “bingeworthy” TV—have resonated with audiences all over the world.

Ort: Online: Webex Offline: Institute of Korean Studies Otto-von-Simson-Straße 11 14195 Berlin (Please register in advance. Only 20 seats available)

03.05.2022 | 16:15 s.t. - 18:00

Buchpräsentation - Wirtschaftswunder und Mangelwirtschaft

Ort: Hörsaal B des Friedrich-Meinecke-Instituts Koserstraße 20, 14195 Berlin

28.04.2022 | 18:00 s.t.
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