Paul Y. Chang, Associate Professor of Sociology, Harvard University, has been named Joy Foundation Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Each year, the Radcliffe Institute hosts leading scholars, scientists, and artists from around the world in its renowned residential fellowship program.
To view the full list of recipients and their projects for the academic year 2019-20, visit the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study web site...
The Korea Institute is pleased to announce the Soon Young Kim Postdoctoral Fellow in Korean Studies for academic year 2019–20: Douglas Gabriel.
Douglas is set to receive his PhD in Art History from Northwestern University in June 2019. His dissertation, Over the Mountain: Realism Towards Reunification in Cold War Korea, 1980–1994, examines connections between the visual art of the minjung democratization movement in South Korea and the work of state-sponsored artists in North Korea. During the late Cold War period, he demonstrates, artists on both sides of the...
2018 OIE International Photo Contest - Four Korea Photo Prizes!
On Friday, February 8, 2019 in the Lamont Forum Room in Lamont Library, the winners of the 15th Annual International Photo Contest were chosen. This award ceremony and reception was hosted by the Office of International Education (OIE). The photographs are from Harvard College students who have studied, worked, interned or done research abroad in the past year.
Maria Tirnovanu, '20, Social Studies, "Let's Only Walk the Flower Road" Maria shared about her trajectory from Harvard to Korea, as well as her varied experiences in Korea. Please watch this 6 minute video clip of Maria from a Harvard Worldwide Week Pechakucha Presentation event held on 10/22/18.
Summer Opportunities Fair, Fri. Dec 7th from 1-4pm at the Harvard SOCH
Launch Your Summer Search! Please join us at the annual Harvard Summer School Study Abroad Fair/OCS Summer Opportunities Fair on Friday, Dec. 7th from 1pm-4pm at the Harvard SOCH (Student Organization Center at Hilles- 29 Shephard St. Cambridge)
The Korea Institute at Harvard University is accepting applications for the Soon Young Kim Post-Doctoral Fellowshipin Korean Studies for the 2019-20 academic year.This Fellowship is open to scholars from all fields of study in Korean Studies. However, preference may be given to scholars working on the history of Koreanbusiness, the history of Korean science and technology, the history of Korean military or the environmental history of Korea.
Eleven Harvard undergraduates shared their compelling experiences of personal discovery, intellectual exploration, and global engagement made possible through travel abroad via exciting Pechakucha presentations on Monday Oct. 22, 2018. Clickhereto watch to these inspiring student presentations from this Harvard Worldwide Week Event event. Click...