[Blueboard] CANCELLED: Forum on Christianity, Imperialism, and a New World Order: The History of Christianity in Korea from the 18th to 20th Centuries

Korean Studies Program [LS] ksp.soss at ateneo.edu
Fri Feb 9 12:54:36 +08 2018


We regret to inform you that the lecture entitled *Christianity,
Imperialism, and a New World Order: The History of Christianity in Korea
from the 18th to 20th Centuries *scheduled at 3pm today, has been cancelled
due to unforeseen circumstances. This lecture will be rescheduled next
week. Please wait for further announcements. Thank you for your interest in
this event.

Sincerely,

Ateneo Korean Studies Program

ATENEO KOREAN STUDIES PROGRAM: INTERDISCIPLINARY HUB FOR EXAMINING,
ENGAGING AND EXPERIENCING KOREA IN PHILIPPINE ACADEMIA


Korean Studies in Ateneo de Manila University was first set up in 2012 as
the Ateneo Initiative for Korean Studies (AIKS) -- a platform for
consolidating all Korea-related initiatives in the university and for
incubating an autonomous academic Program on Korea. Within a short span of
2 years, the initiatives resulted to a Minor Program in Korean Studies;
which was incubated in and by the Department of Modern Languages of the
School of Humanities; and another year later, to the creation of
a full-fledged Korean Studies Program (KSP) under the School of Social
Sciences, the first of its kind in the country. Through its close
collaboration with other academic departments within the university and
with Korean Studies experts and organizations here and abroad, KSP was able
to grow as an Interdisciplinary Hub for Examining, Engaging and
Experiencing Korea in Philippine Academia, with the widest course offerings
on Korean Studies for undergraduate students, covering themes across
various disciplines in the Social Sciences and Humanities. Apart from its
regular courses, KSP likewise offers Extramural Classes to the public and
has similarly pioneered the conduct of Regional and Inter-university Korean
Studies Outreach Seminars/Workshops/Lectures through its 'Korea 101 Lab'
Program. In 2016, it completed the development of the 'Portal of Korean
Studies Resources in the Philippines', the only database that collates and
centralizes access to Korean Studies references in the country. Through
continuous research and collaboration with its partners, KSP endeavors to
promote the critical study of Korea and contribute to the strengthening of
Philippines-Korea relations.


For inquiries, contact:
Korean Studies Program, School of Social Sciences
Ateneo de Manila University
3rd Floor, Leong Hall, ADMU
Katipunan Road, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108 Philippines
ksp.soss at ateneo.edu / jabucal at ateneo.edu
+63 2 426 6001 <+63%202%20426%206001> local 5245 / +63 2 351 1620
<+63%202%20351%201620>
FACEBOOK: Ateneo Korean Studies Program

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