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Public Lecture Series

Social Contributions

  In order to expand the pool of social contributions, IJS organizes and runs [Public Lecture Series]. We select the themes that interest the public rather than the scholars, and the lecturers are appointed based on the research experiences and their expertise. Faculty members of IJS give lectures with a professional touch.

2015 IJS Winter Course for High School Students

Title : Five Perspectives in Understanding “Difficult” neighbor, Japan

  • Duration : Jan. 4 (Mon) - Jan. 8 (Fri), 2016
  • Time : Mon~Fri 2:00 p.m. ~ 4:00 p.m.
  • Venue : GSIS (Bldg. 140-2), #201 (GL Room)
  • Completion of Course : One must satisfy 80% of attendance in order to receive certificate from SNU School of Continuing Studies and the Director of IJS
No.CourseCourse DescriptionFaculty
1 Japanese Politics:
Right-Wing Movement and Constitutional Revisionism
Review the history of Japanese politics, and analyze the current issues revolving constitution revisionism and right-wing movement in postwar Japanese politics. Ki Jeong Nam
(IJS HK Professor)
2 Japanese History:
Understanding Japanese History
Introduction of Japanese history, and understand Japanese people, society, and culture through history. Eun-gyeong Lee
(IJS HK Research Professor)
3 Japanese Pop Culture:
Japanese Otaku and Korean Odukhu
Otaku(Odukhu) Culture is the most noticeable case of the reception of Japanese popular culture in Korea. This course explores the history and the current relationship between Japanese Otaku culture and Korean Odukhu culture, and attempts to develop a way of mutual understanding between two countries. Hyojin, Kim
(IJS HK Research Professor)
4 Japanese Thought:
Internet Right-Wingers, Hate Speech, and Anti-Korea
Why did anti-Korea groups such as Netto-Uyoku and Zaitokukai emerge? This course explores the background of their emergence, distorted logics and emotions, and the synergy effect of anti-Korea and anti-Japan sentiments. Gwanja, Jo
(IJS HK Research Professor)
5 Japanese Diplomacy:
Japan in Asia
Japan is an ally to the United States and a member of Asia at the same time. We will review the changing Japanese diplomacy under changing administrations and its influence in Korea-Japan relations. Cheol Hee Park
(IJS Director/GSIS Professor)
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