A Frascati il 21º Convegno dell'AKSE
Associazione per gli Studi Coreani in Europa

Comunicazione del 18 marzo 2003


al 9 al 13 aprile 2003 si terrà, per la prima volta in Italia, in parte a Frascati e in parte a Roma, il Convegno di studi coreani AKSE 2003, con la partecipazione dei maggiori esponenti ed esperti europei in materia.

L'AKSE (Association for Korean Studies in Europe) raggruppa gli studiosi di coreanistica in Europa e organizza annualmente un incontro, molto specialistico, in cui sono presentati alcuni dei risultati a cui sono giunti gli studiosi della materia.

Come si evince dal programma del convegno, esposto qui sotto, le lingue in cui sono tenute le relazioni e in cui avvengono le discussioni sono l'inglese, il francese, il tedesco e il coreano. È quindi escluso l'italiano, poco capito al di fuori dell'Italia.

Il prezzo di partecipazione al convegno (comprensivo di 4 pranzi, 1 cena, 2 ricevimenti e 4 notti in albergo) è riportato alla pagina Web dell'AKSE (www.akse.uni-kiel.de) ed è di 150 euro per gli studenti, 200 euro per i membri dell'associazione e di 300 euro per i non membri. Chi non ha bisogno dell'albergo pagherà solo i pranzi.

Per ulteriori informazioni si potrà contattare la prof.ssa Antonetta Bruno, segretaria dell'AKSE, mandando un e-mail all'indirizzo antonetta.bruno@tiscali.it.

Ed ecco qui (nella versione originale in inglese) il nutrito programma del convegno.


Frascati: 9-13 April, 2003
Organized in cooperation with
University La Sapienza

Conference Programme

9/4 Wednesday
14:00-18.30Registration – Villa Mercede
19.00-20.30Welcoming Reception – Villa Mercede
Welcoming address by the President of AKSE: Prof. Dr. Werner Sasse
Address on behalf of KRF: by Prof.Dr. Ja-Mun Ju (President, Korea Research Foundation)
Address on behalf of La Sapienza: Prof. Federico Masini (Dean of the Faculty of Oriental Studies)
10/4 Thursday
Chair: Goethel Ingeborg


Bella Miran Pak, A.N. Speyer's two missions to Seoul in 1884-1885.
9:30-10:00Ho Tonghyon, A study on the historical character of the Second Republic in Korea.
10:00-10:30Kim Hyung-a, Political corruption in South Korea.
10:30-11:00Tea/Coffee break
Chair: Koen De Ceuster
11:00-11:30Cho Gwang, John M.Chang's historical perspective and his writings of the history of Korean Catholicism.
11:30-12:00Evelyne Chérel Riquier, La fondation de la république de Corée (1948): un contexte socio-politique favorable à l'émergence de l'église catholique sur la scène politique.
12:00-12:30Marie-Orange Rivé-Lasan, «L'apres-pouvoir» des élites dirigeantes Sud-Coréennes au pouvoir de 1961 à 1992: absences, reconquetes de pouvoirs et reconversions
Chair: Dieter Eikemeier
9:00-9:30James H. Grayson, «Rabbit visits the Dragon Palace»: a Korea-localised, Buddhist tale from India.
9:30-10:00Kim Kwang-ok, Kukka wa sahoe, kurigo munhwa: kajok kwa chongjok yon'gu rul wihan han'guk illyuhak ui p'aerodaim mosaek.
10:00-10:30Antti Leppanen, Sŏmin as a social category in South Korea.
10:30-11:00Tea/Coffee break
Chair: Alex Guillemoz
11:00-11:30Nathalie Luca, Le salut par le foot: le rituel d'une groupe messianique coréenne.
11:30-12:00Moon Okpyo, Multiculturalism and National Community: experiences of Japan-resident Koreans.
12:00-12:30Yim Eunsil, Au-delà de l'ethnicité: réalités, enjeux et stratégies de la minorité coréenne dans le Kazakhstan post-soviétique.
Chair: Martina Deuchler
14:00-14:30Lee Song-mu, Namyongjoshik-ui Sangaewa sarang.
14:30-15:00Victoria Pak, Transformation of Palhae history concept: from Samguk Sagi to Palhaego.
15:00-15:30Tea/Coffee break
15:30-16:00Kirill Ermakov, Different aspects of Hwaseong Fortress.
16:00-16:30Milan Hejtmanek, Regional disparities in career advancement among Munkwa passers in Chosŏn Korea, 1545-1719.
16:30-17:00Tatiana Simbirtseva, From the history of political intrigue in Korea: did the “Secret Russian-Korean Agreements” of 1885-1886 ever exist?
17:00-17:30Tea/Coffee break
17:30-18:00Remco Breuker, The Emperor's clothes. Mid-Koryo as an independent realm.
18:00-18:30Anders Karlsson, Relief aid in nineteenth-century Korea. The system of Hyulchon and Chŏng Konjo's records of a comforting and admonishing official.
Chair: Eckart Dege
14:00-14:30Pavel Lechakov, First decade in Russia-ROK economic relations: assessments and future prospects.
14:30-15:00Ruediger Frank, South Korea's role in Asian economic integration: a sectoral approach.
15:00-15:30Tea/Coffee break
15:30-16:00Marie-Hélène Fabre, Sustainable high-tech city: a new paradigm of urban development in Korea
16:00-16:30Karoly Fendler, Austro-Hungarian sources on the railroad construction in Korea and Manchuria before the Japanese annexation.
16:30-17:00Tea/Coffee break
Chair: Rudiger Frank
17:00-17:30Koo Hagen, The Confucian origin of Korean civil society
17:30-18:00Alexander Zhebin, North Korea's Inminban (Neighborhood groups): history, functions, future.
18:00-18:30Roald Maliangkay, Military variety: AFKN and Korean pop in the 50's and 60's.
19:00Jane Portal, Slide Presentation on North Korean Exhibition in the British Museum.
11/4 Friday
Chair: Keith Howard
9:00-9:30Lee Hyangjin, Requiem for a mother: questioning identity and male-subjectivity in Itami Juzo's and Park Chol See's films.
9:30-10:00Beatrix Mecsi, Identification-problems of Korean Bodhidharma-paintings.
10:00-10:30Elisabeth Chabanol, Les tombes a coffrage en bois et antassement de pierres du Silla ancien. Quelques considerations sur le tombes situées hors de la capitale Kyŏngju.
10:30-11:00Tea/Coffee break
11:30-12:00Rowan Pease, Yonbyon new folksongs: changing perspectives on healthy contents and national flavour.
12:00-12:30Park Sunghee, Seoul's urban middle class, yŏhangin and the Korean musical genre Sasŏl-Sijo.
Chair: Marion Eggert
9:00-9:30Joanna Elfving-Hwang, Floating women and other curiosities: the fantastic as a tool for subverting mythic femininity in contemporary Korean women's fiction.
9:30-10:00Kim Yunsik, Lee Hyosok and Harbin.
10:00-10:30Kim Daehaeng, T'ongil sidae-ŭi munhangnon-kwa Kim Sowŏl.
10:30-11:00Tea/Coffee break
Chair: Daniel Bouchez
11:00-11:30Anastasia Gourieva, Some notes on the traditional element in early works of modern South Korean poet Chong Hyon-jong (1939-).
11:30-12:00Halina Ogarek-Czoj, Sinp'aguk (New-School Drama): a necessary or detrimental stage in the evolution of Korean Drama
12:00-12:30Han Seung Eok, Eveil à la nature et idée du Tao chez Jhi-Hun et Mok-Wol.
13:30-15.00Transfer to Rome
(University La Sapienza)
Welcoming by Rector of University La Sapienza, Prof. Giuseppe D'Ascenzo.
Chair: Federico Masini (Dean of Faculty of Oriental Studies)
15:00-15.30Vladimir Tikhonov (Premodern History), Menaces of a success. Views on Japan in the “Enlightment” Movement publications of the 1900s.
15:30-16:00Werner Sasse (Pre-modern Literature), Establishing the narrative structure of the Worin ch'ongang chi kok.
16:00-16:30Song Young-bae (Philosophy), On the family resemblance of philosophical paradigm between Chŏng Yak-Yong's thought and M.Ricci's “Tianzhu shiyi”.
16:30-17:00Tea/Coffee break
17:00-17:30Kim Tae-Myung (Economy), A comparative study on the interregional economic inequality pattern in Italy and Korea.
17:30-18:00Heike Hermanns (Modern Society), Korean national identity in an era of globalization.
18:00-18.30Keith Howard (Anthropology), Chindo music: creating a Korean cultural paradise.
19:30Buffet-dinner hosted by ROK Embassador to Italy, by H, E, Song Young-oh
12/4 Saturday
Three Kingdom's Buddhism
Park Youngsook
9:00-9:30Ch'oe Yeon-shik, The influence of Silla Buddhism on Japanese Hua-Yen thoughs. Kodae Ilbon Hwaeom-gwa Shilla pulgyo.
9:30-10:00Pankaj Mohan, Invocation of the Inwang Kyong in early Silla.
10:00-10:30Joerg Plassen, Another inquiry into the commentarial structure of Wonhyo's works: focussing on “Kumgang Sammaegyong non”.
10:30-11:00Tea/Coffee break
Koryŏ Buddhism
Boudewijn Walraven
11:00-11:30Yannick Bruneton, Intéret historique de l'étude systématique des inscriptions des envers de stèles de l'époque de Koryò (918-1392).
11:30-12:00Kang Ho-sun, Weon kanseopki Teogi-wa Koryeo pulgyo eui kyoryu-wa Imje-jong suyong.
12:00-12:30Tonino Puggioni, Millenarian cults in 14th century Koryo. Misu's descriptive explanation of the principles of expiation in mercy rituals.
Chair: Werner Sasse
9:00-9:30An Jung-Hee, The honorofic system in Kyunyŏ's Hyangga.
9:30-10:00Elena Kondratieva, Verb morphology of the 18th century Korean.
10:00-10:30Nelly Pak, Category of voice in the Yukchin dialect.
10:30-11:00Tea/Coffee break
11:00-11:30Martine Prost, The Korean writing system: between phonography and morpho-syntax
11:30-12:00Albrecht Huwe, Zur Alphabetreihenfolge der Han'gul-Schrift.
12:00-12:30Park Hiyoung, Ueberlegungen zur Hangul Lern-Methodik und Didaktik.
Chair: Park Youngsook
14:00-14:30Yoon Yee-Heum, Koryŏ chonggyo sasang eui t'eukseong-gwa heureum.
14:30-15:00Henrik Sorenson, The living image: empowerment and sanctification in Korean Buddhism.
15:00-15:30Tea/Coffee break
15:30-16:00Nam Dong-Shin, A study of the Apocrypha during the period of dynastic change from Goryo to Chosun.
16:00-16:30Nam Hee-sok, Choson hugi wangshil ui pulgyo shinang-gwa pulgyo kyongjon kanhaeng.
16:30-17:00Yoo Kwon Jong, Choseon shidae yuhakchadeul eui inshig-euro pon maeum eui kujo-wa chagyong-e taehan kuseongjueui-jeok seongch'al.
17:00-17:30Tea/Coffee break
Chair: Boudewijn Walraven
17:30-18:00Snjezana Zoric, Die Suche nach Mitte und Mass. Das Philosophieren Cho Kah-kyungs.
18:00-18.30Ch'oe Pyeong-heon, Ilche eui ch'imnyak-kwa pulgyo.
Chair: Jaehoon Yeon
14:00-14:30Federico Mozzicato, Unaccusative verbs and the causative/inchoative alternation: data from Korean, Italian and English.

Kim Michael Namkil, The modality of epistemic possibility in Korean: (u)l ci molu and (u)l swu iss

15:00-15:30Tea/Coffee break
15:30-16:00Song Jae-mog, Song Nam Sun, Progressives in Korean, Japanese and Mongolian.
16:00-16:30Seong Sang Hwan, Phonological transfer and its hierarchy: L2 perceptual acquisition process of Korean plosives by German speakers.
16:30-17:00Romuald Huszcza, The Sino-Korean component of the modern Korean language-system. Lexicalization and gramaticalization.
17:00-17:30Tea/Coffee break
Chair: Romuald Huszcza
17:30-18:00Jeong Myeong-Hee, Corrélations entre propriétés sémantiques et morphologiques de pulkta et ppalkahta.
18:00-18:30Shim Seung-Ja, Han'guk soktam kwa p'urangsŭ soktam e nat'anan yŏsŏng ŭi hoch'ing kwa wich'i.
18:30-19:00Chrisoph Janasiak, The linguistic shape of the early Korean press. Modernization vs writing tradition.
19:00-19:30Gabor Osvath, Some new developments in the South Korean Language Policy.
19:30-20:00Song Hyang-keun, A study of systems and processes for evaluating Korean Language teachers' qualification development.
13/4 Sunday
Chair: Alain Delissen
9:00-9:30Carl Young, Responses to Marxism in South Korean Minjung Theology.
9:30-10:00Jean-Louis Margolin, The democratization process in Taiwan and South Korea: government initiatives and popular pressure.
10:00-10:30Kim Jiwon, Syngman Rhee's efforts to promote Korean independence in the United States from 1904 to 1945.
10:30-11:00Tea/Coffee break
Chair: Daniel Bouchez
09:00-09:30Sŏl Sŏnggyŏng, The story behind “Chunhyang jeon” and the dramatic Pansori narrative.
09:30-10:00Joris De Roy, Will the real Kiltong stand up, please?
10:00-10:30Sonja Haeussler, The contemplation of the past in Kim Sisup's poetry.
10:30-11:00Tea/Coffee break
11:00-12:30Membership meeting + closing session

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