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CW+3.02. International Conference “Marginality, inclusion, and gender in Korea: past and present.”

marzo 12 @ 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Sala 3.02, 3ª planta  y coworking, 4ª planta de Link by UMA, de 09 a 18h

International Conference “Marginality, inclusion, and gender in Korea: past and present.”12 y 13 de marzo de 2024

La Conferencia se organiza en el marco del proyecto de investigación Academy of Korean Studies Seed Program for Korean Studies (Advanced Track) «Path to Equality: Korean Studies Network
on inclusiveness» (AKS-2021-INC-2250002) el proyecto nacional I+D+i ASIA-SLAVES «El camino hacia la libertad en el periodo Joseon en Corea: Esclavitud y abolicionismo en el contexto de Asia Oriental» (PID2020-116910GB-I00) y el proyecto de investigación de la Universidad de Málaga «Historias de vida de los esclavos gisaeng coreanos» (B1-2022_07).

Esta conferencia pretende considerar los procesos interrelacionados de discriminación e integración de grupos sociales dentro de la sociedad coreana desde una amplia perspectiva metodológica y temática. Esta convocatoria de ponencias anima a presentar contribuciones que aborden el análisis del proceso cultural e institucional de la discriminación social en Corea, así como los movimientos políticos y las transformaciones institucionales dirigidas a la integración de grupos sociales anteriormente discriminados.

Tuesday, 12th March. Rayo Verde Building, Link by UMA-ATECH
09:00 – 09:15 Inauguration of the Conference
09:15 – 10:00 Keynote speaker, Roh Jiseun, Incheon National Univeristy
10.10 – 11.50 Panel 1A: Gender, voices of women and gisaeng in Korea. Social alliterary representation of Gisaeng.
 10.10-10.30 (1). “Literary testimonies from the margins: The sijo of the Joseon Dynasty Kisaeng and their portrayals in Korean literature”, Alvaro Trigo. University of Salamanca, Spain.
 10:30-10:50 (13). “The Irony of Fidelity: The Tale of Ch’unhyang”, Sangmi Bae. School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda University, Japan.
 10:50-11:10 (20) Eun Kyung Kang. University of Málaga, Spain
 11:10- 11:30 (21) Aurelia M. y Patricia Chica. University of Málaga, Spain
20 min Q&A.

COFFEE BREAK

12:10 – 13:40Panel 1B: Gender, voices of women and gisaeng in Korea. Gender and women movements in Korea.
 12:00-12:20 (16). “Articulating Postcoloniality Inscribed in their Bodies: Postnational Subjectivity of Camptown Women”,Taejin Hwang. Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea.
 12:20- 12:40 (10). “Intersectional Examination of Transgender Women in South Korea: A Case Study of the Dismissal of the First Transgender Officer by the Ministry of National Defense”Liu Jianwen; Park Jungman. Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong.
 12:40-13:00 (5). “The formation and Character of the Bhikkhuni Order During the Late Goryeo Dynasty and Early Joseon Dynasty”, Anna Brink. Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea.
20 min Q&A.

LUNCH

15:00 – 16:40 PANEL 2: Slavery, force labour and human trafficking in Korea
 15:00-15:20(2). “The marginalized “modern industrial worker”: Hwang Sokyong’s Cheoldowonsam-dae as a fictional intervention in ongoing debates”, Andreas Schimer. Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic.
 15:20-15:40 (5). “The conceptual universe of “nobi” in the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty. An analysis of slavery in Korea with R.”, Cesar Ribas. University of Málaga, Spain.
 15:40-16:00 (22). Luis Botella. University of Málaga, Spain.
20 min Q&A.
17:00 – 17:30 Theatrical performance «Inequalities in Korea».

Detalles

Fecha:
marzo 12
Hora:
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Web:
https://asiaoriental.uma.es/

Organizador

Maria Del Mar Blanco Mercado. Estudios de Asia Oriental. UMA
Teléfono
951952411
Correo electrónico
asiaoriental@uma.es
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