Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 10:00am to 12:30pm

Williams Hall, Cherpack Lounge, Room 543

This event is FREE and open to the public. Morning refreshments and lunch will be provided.

Please RSVP here.

Our inaugural 2016-2017 cohort of Kim Program Undergraduate Fellows will be presenting original research on topics related to Korean Studies. Take a break from finals, and join us in supporting our students and fellow classmates at this showcase event that will highlight the academic achievements of the Undergraduate Fellows.

  • John Grisafi (History, EALC, 2017) | "Respected but Marginalized: The Paradoxical Treatment of Shamanism in South Korea"
  • Elaine Lee (International Relations, East Asian Area Studies, Music, 2019) | "Examining Japanese Colonization of Korea through Constructivism and Realism"
  • Mia Leyland (Communication, EALC-Korean, 2017) | "K-Pop: The South Korean Spin on Foreign Relations"
  • Juliana Pena (Huntsman Program in International Studies & International Business, 2019) | "The Jeonse System: How it Arose, and Why it will Fail"
  • Jamie Seah (History, Political Science, 2018) | "Anxiety and Desire in Yi Kwang-su's Early Travel Writings"