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New Publication

Co-edited by Hyaeweol Choi and Margaret Jolly, Divine Domesticities: Christian Paradoxes in Asia and the Pacific critically examines various encounters between western missionaries and indigenous women in the Pacific/Asia.

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New Publication

New Publication

Roald Maliangkay and JungBong Choi's new edited book K-pop - The International Rise of the Korean Music Industry explores the complex national and transnational conditions that have contributed to K-pop's phenomenal ascendancy.

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New Publication

Popular Culture in East Asia (ASIA2074/6074)

First semester 2015, Dr Roald Maliangkaij will convene Popular Culture in East Asia. This course will introduce a number of major theoretical paradigms in cultural studies as applied to aspects of popular culture in East Asia.

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Popular Culture in East Asia (ASIA2074/6074)

Korean Media Library

The Korean Media Library, an initiative of the ANU Korea Institute, is an online collection of images from Korea.

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Korean Media Library

Old and New Waves: Korean Artists in Residence

The Artists in Residence Series saw three artists visit the ANU in 2014 and take part in a number of events.

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Old and New Waves: Korean Artists in Residence

Postdoctoral Fellow

The Korea Institute is seeking to recruit a highly talented and motivated Postdoctoral Fellow.

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Postdoctoral Fellow

Conference: Feb 2015

Latent Histories, Manifest Impacts: Interplay between Korea and Southeast Asia will be held at the ANU on 26 and 27 February 2015.

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Conference: Feb 2015

ANU-AKS Speaker Series

The ANU-AKS Speaker Series offers a forum for scholars to present their work to a broader intellectual community.

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ANU-AKS Speaker Series

Conference: Mar 2015

Grassroots Regionalization and the Frontiers of the Humanities in East Asia: Korea as a Hub will be held at the ANU on 9 and 10 March 2015.

Conference: Mar 2015

Welcome to the Korea Institute

Korean Studies at the ANU has a long and vibrant history. We are devoted to innovative teaching and cutting-edge research related to Korea. We are also deeply committed to fostering the academics, professionals and informed citizens of the next generation through our scholarly and cultural activities and our graduate and undergraduate programs.

The ANU Korea Institute serves as an umbrella to draw together the many academic units within the University that are focused on teaching and research on Korea.

Upcoming events

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Latent histories, manifest impacts

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Updated:  20 November 2013/Responsible Officer:  Director, Korea Institute /Page Contact:  web.chl@anu.edu.au