Professor Nicholas Harkness' Book Awarded 2014 Edward Sapir Book Prize

Nicholas Harkness’s book, Songs of Seoul: An Ethnography of Voice and Voicing in Christian South Korea  (University of California Press, 2014), has been awarded the Edward Sapir Book Prize by the Society for Linguistic Anthropology (American Anthropological Association). 

New Course ST 2015! Sages, Saint and Shamans; An Introduction to Korean Religions

New Course Spring 2015!  Sages, Saint and Shamans; An Introduction to Korean Religions

EAST ASIAN STUDIES 108 | DR. SEONG-UK KIM
Harvard College/GSAS: 11441 | Half Course (Spring 2015)
Class meets Tu., Th., 11:30 am - 1 pm

Summer Opportunities Fair - Fri Dec 5th 12-4pm

Launch Your Summer Search! Please join us at the annual Harvard Summer School Study Abroad Fair/OCS Summer Opportunities Fair on Friday, Dec. 5th from 12noon-4pm at the Harvard SOCH (Student Organization Center at Hilles- 29 Shephard St.

2015 Harvard Summer School in Seoul Program-Find Out More!

Start to research your summer plans for Korea!  Talk it over with your family over the Thanksgiving or Winter Break. The 2015 Harvard Summer School in Seoul Program online application is due: Thursday, January 29, 2015 .

Student Documentary Film Screening (2014 Harvard Summer School in Korea Program Student Films)

Monday, November 17, 2014  4:30pm, Room S020, Belfer Case Study Room, CGIS South, 1730 Cambridge St.

Undergraduate Korea Summer Programs Information Session-Wed Nov 5th at 4pm

Wednesday, November 5th at 4pm in room S250, CGIS South, 1730 Cambridge St.

Summer Internships

Summer Language Study Grants to Ewha Womans Univeristy (Tuition Waivers)

Summer Research Travel Grants

Harvard Summer School in Seoul 2015 Program (Documentary Filmmaking, Sociology and Korean Language)

Harvard Yenching Library Korean Section Update-BERTSCH PAPERS

The Bertsch papers were donated by the family through the Korea Institute and transferred to the Library as part of the Harvard-Yenching Library holdings. The Library organized the papers, which are stored in 13 boxes, and created a detailed finding aid at the same time with the Korea Institute’s student supports. The Bertsch papers will be kept as part of the Hausman Archive, but also have a separate HOLLIS record as well. All boxes of the Bertsch papers will be stored in the Harvard Depository, and the finding aid will be accessible through HOLLIS/HOLLIS Classic. 

"Korean Cinema and Transnationality" Film Series

Date: 
September 9, 2014 - 6:00pm - December 3, 2014 - 6:00pm

Film series for Korean Cinema and Transnationality: Conference Course (East Asian Film and Media Studies 121)
with Hyangjin Lee, Kim Koo Visiting Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations

Read and Learn About Various Student Experiences in Korea this Past Summer!

Please click under the NEWS tab above to read about various undergraduate and graduate Harvard student experiences in Korea this past summer. Internships, Research and Study Abroad are some of the highlights...

Welcome Back to Campus!

Whether you spent your summer in Korea or are thinking about going to Korea, we welcome you to drop by the Korea Institute to learn about our upcoming events & resources that the Korea Institute offers. We very much look forward to getting to know you or reconnecting with you after you've returned. We are located in CGIS South at 1730 Cambridge St. on the second floor, room S228.