[Blueboard] Ateneo Korean Studies Junior Conference (2017 Mar 28)

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2017 (1st) Ateneo Korean Studies Junior Conference

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The Korean Studies Program, School of Social Sciences, Ateneo de Manila  
University is holding its 1st (2017) Ateneo Korean Studies Junior  
Conference and Career Talk on March 28, 2017 (Tuesday) at Faber Hall,  
Ateneo de Manila University.

Supported by the Academy of Korean Studies, the conference hopes to respond  
to the increasing research initiatives pursued by students on topics  
related to Korea and seeks to serve as a platform for critically examining  
the relevance of Korean Studies to Filipino scholars. Specifically, it aims  
to (a) provide a venue for undergraduate and graduate students currently  
enrolled in any college/university in the Philippines to present their  
research on Korea; (b) engage with and learn from invited experts; and (c)  
dialogue with industry representatives about employment prospects for  
scholars with Korean Studies background.

The conference is interdisciplinary in nature and is therefore designed to  
gather individual papers from diverse fields and on any topic/theme on  
Korea. Through the paper presentations and discussions, the conference is  
expected to facilitate dialogue on pressing issues surrounding contemporary  
Korea and its implications on the Philippines as well as contribute to the  
building of a network of future Korean Studies scholars in the country.

As a pioneering initiative, the conference program will incorporate a  
career talk by representatives from relevant industries, including Korean  
and multinational companies.

REGISTRATION
https://goo.gl/forms/uq2E3RzZTsYJJK953
Students and faculty of other universities are invited to the conference  
but due to to limited slots (30 slots only), registration will be on a  
first come, first served basis. There is NO registration fee and all  
confirmed/registered participants will be entitled to conference meals and  
kit.

PROGRAM

08:30-09:00: Registration
09:00-09:10: Opening Ceremony
09:10-09:15:	
*Introduction of Speakers
*Presentation by Invited Experts: “Korean Studies for Asian Scholars:  
Relevance and Future Direction”
- Dr. Kim Dong Taek, Sogang University
- Dr. Vyjayanti Raghavan, Jawaharlal Nehru University
- Dr. Joeffrey Calimag, University of Ulsan

10:15-10:30: Open Forum
10:30-10:40: Break

10:40-12:30:	
*Engaging Korea-related Industries: Career Talk by Invited  
Industries/Companies including the Korean Chamber of Commerce
*Scholarship and Related Opportunities in Korea: Presentation by the Korean  
Cultural Center in the Philippines
*Open Forum

12:30-13:45: Lunch

13:45-14:45:
*Junior Conference Panel 1: Korea between Tradition and Globalization
-Presenter 1: The Songs of Flying Dragons and Frogs from the Bottom of a  
Deep Well: The Yangban Society, the Sirhak Literati and the Emergence of  
Korean National Identity by Bianca Claveria
-Presenter 2: K-Fashion and Technology-Driven Globalization in the  
Philippine Setting by Carlo Jejomar Sanchez
-Feedback by Expert: Dr. Kim Dong Taek, Sogang University
-Open Forum

14:45-15:45:	
*Junior Conference Panel 2: Contemporary Korean Literature
-Presenter 1: Blurred Lines: A Postmodernist Conception of Korean  
Literature through Oh Soo-yeon’s ‘I am Food’ by Enrico Caldona
-Presenter 2: Seeing Suicide through Different Lens by Samantha Pauline  
Villanueva
-Feedback by Expert: Dr. Vyjayanti Raghavan, Jawaharlal Nehru University
-Open Forum

15:54-16:00: Break

16:00-17:00:	
*Junior Conference Panel 3: Hallyu as a Window to Cosmopolitan Korea
-Presenter 1: The Analysis of Hallyu’s Sustainability as a Form of Pop  
Culture and Soft Power Diplomacy by Alexandra Medina
-Presenter 2: Representations of Women in Korean Drama by Kathleen Mae Prado
-Feedback by Expert: Dr. Joeffrey Calimag, University of Ulsan
-Open Forum

17:00-17:30:	
*Awarding of 2 Outstanding Papers
*Closing Ceremony

PROFILE OF INVITED EXPERTS

Dr. Vyjayanti Raghavan is a Professor of Korean Language at the Centre for  
Korean Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Prof. Raghavan has  
a Masters Degree in Korean History from Seoul National University and a  
Ph.D in the politics of nuclear bargaining in the Korean peninsula from the  
School of International Studies, JNU, New Delhi. She has been teaching  
Korean language at JNU for over seventeen years. However, her association  
with Korea goes back to 1976 when she first joined the Korean Language  
course at JNU. Prof. Raghavan has contributed greatly to expanding the  
Korean Studies program in India. She has been instrumental in getting the  
Korean studies program at JNU an independent identity as the Centre for  
Korean Studies. Prof. Raghavan has a number of books to her credit, some of  
which are Colonization: A Comparative Study of India and Korea  
(Co-authored), Sino-Indian and Sino-South Korean Relations: Compulsions,  
Comparisons and Contrasts (Co-authored), Korean Wave in India: Current  
Status and Future Prospects, A Textbook on Korean Culture  and so on. She  
also has a number of chapters in books, and articles in journals,  
newspapers and websites to her credit. Prof. Raghavan was awarded by the  
Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea, Mr. Hwang Gyo-ahn, for her  
contribution to the development of Hangeul, on 9th October, 2015.

Dr. Kim Dong Taek is the founding Director of the Global Korean Studies  
Program of Sogang University. Dr. Kim is a respected political scientist in  
Korea whose fields of expertise include Korean Political History; History  
of Concept in Korea; International Cooperation; and Social Economy of  
Korea. In 1993, he was a Visiting Fellow at Harvard University  
Harvard-Yenching Institute. He also worked in Sungkyunkwan University prior  
to joining Sogang. Dr. Kim has headed various government-funded projects  
and has likewise published numerous scholarly articles and books on Korean  
Political Economy. His most recent publications include the books Modern  
Transition in Korea (2013); Refraction and Intensification of the Knowledge  
of Modern Enlightenment Period (2007); and articles, Community School as a  
Social Economy published in 2014, and Korean Nationalism as an Anti-System  
Movement published in 2010.

Dr. Joeffrey Maddatu Calimag is a professor of International Business,  
Trade and Global Management and Korean Business and Economy at the  
University of Ulsan (South Korea). He is the first Filipino to receive a  
PhD in Korean Studies, a degree he completed at Hanyang University in  
Seoul. Dr. Calimag is a recipient of numerous awards and grants from  
different organizations and programs such as the Global Ambassador  
Fellowship, Korea Foundation, One Asia Club, Department of Science and  
Technology (DOST), and Hanyang University Graduate School of International  
Studies. Currently, he is a Subject Matter Expert and Adjunct Lecturer at  
the International Federation of Professional Managers (IFPM-London), CPM  
(Asia) and the Vice President for International Business of Illustrados  
Business Consulting (IBC), Ltd., a Hong Kong-based international  
consultancy firm. His current research interests include cultural  
intelligence, person-society-fit, international business ethics and ASEAN  
integration but not limited to issues and trends in international and  
Korean business and management. In South Korea, on top of his being a  
professor, Dr. Calimag is actively involved in migrants’ affairs holding  
positions in a number of Filipino Community organizations; as simultaneous  
current presidents of the Association of Filipino Educators in Korea (AFEK)  
and the University of the Philippines Alumni Association-Republic of Korea  
(UPAA-ROK). He was conferred with the prestigious Bagong Bayani Award  
(Modern Hero Award) by the Bagong Bayani Foundation, Inc. in June 2016; a  
global search for outstanding and exemplary Overseas Filipino Workers. The  
provincial government of Cagayan likewise commended Dr. Calimag for this  
global-search national award. He has been in South Korea since 2002 and has  
made efforts in bridging friendship between the Philippines and South  
Korea. He is an advocate of gender equality, labor welfare and financial  
literacy.  His various accomplishments aside, Dr. Calimag describes himself  
as having a very positive personality. In his free time, he cooks and meets  
friends. He loves singing and dancing. He enjoys travelling and has been to  
countries more than his current age.

CONTACT
Ms. Jamie Abucal | Secretary
+63 2 351 1620
jabucal at ateneo.edu | ksp.soss at ateneo.edu


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