Announcement

Preceptor in Korean

October 4, 2021

The Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations at Harvard University invites applications for a full-time, multi-year Preceptor in Korean beginning July 1, 2022. All application materials should be submitted no later than November 19, 2021.
 
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The Korea Institute, Harvard University announces the 2022 Student Grant and Fellowship Awards

May 24, 2022

The Korea Institute, Harvard University announces the 2022 Student Grant and Fellowship Awards

These Korea Institute undergraduate and graduate student awards are generously supported by the Min Young-Chul Memorial Fund, Sunshik Min Endowment for the Advancement of Korean Literature Fund, Modern Korean Economy and Society (Sanhak) Endowment Fund, SBS Endowment Fund, SBS Foundation Research Fund, LG Yonam Fund and anonymous donors at the Korea Institute, Harvard University.

For summer 2022, the Harvard Summer School...

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Welcome Back to Harvard- Fall Term 2021!

August 19, 2021

We hope you are all healthy and well as the new fall semester begins. We are eager to welcome you back to the Harvard campus ! We encourage you to reach out to the Korea Institute to learn about our upcoming events, activities, programs and funding that the Korea Institute offers. On the front page of our website, there is an events listserv sign-up via the red subscribe button, in case you may be interested. For student program questions, please feel free to reach out to our Program Coordinator, Catherine, cglover@fas.harvard.edu. The Korea...

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Yoolim Kim

Announcing the new Korea Foundation-Korea Institute Postdoctoral Fellow for 2021-22, Dr. Yoolim Kim

June 29, 2021

Yoolim Kim is a psycholinguist researching language processing, and in particular, the ways in which the language's written form affects the mental representation of the language. She specializes in Hangul and is interested in how the relationship between Hangul and Hanja influences the structure of the mental lexicon. She received her DPhil from the University of Oxford in 2019, which explored the effects of Hanja on semantic processing in Sino-Korean. Previously she was a postdoctoral researcher within the Minds and Traditions Research Group at the Max Planck Institute for the Science...

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The Korea Institute, Harvard University announces the 2021 Student Grant and Fellowship Awards

May 21, 2021

These Korea Institute undergraduate and graduate student awards are generously supported by the Min Young-Chul Memorial Fund, Sunshik Min Endowment for the Advancement of Korean Literature Fund, Modern Korean Economy and Society (Sanhak) Endowment Fund, SBS Endowment Fund, SBS Foundation Research Fund and anonymous donors at the Korea Institute, Harvard University.

For summer 2021, all student study and research opportunities supported by the Korea Institute were conducted remotely due to Covid-19 and travel restrictions, except as noted.
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Bridget Martin

Announcing the 2021-22 SBS Korean Studies Postdoctoral Fellow in the Social Sciences at the Korea Institute, Harvard, Dr. Bridget Martin

May 14, 2021

Bridget Martin is a geographer researching the evolution of the role of land in the US-South Korea security alliance from 1945 into the present moment. She has published research articles in journals such as Political Geography and International Journal of Urban and Regional Research and is currently working on her book manuscript, Land Power: Real Estate and the US Military in South Korea. She holds a PhD in Geography from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master of Arts in Politics from The New...

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Announcing the 2021-22 Global Korean Diasporas Postdoctoral Fellow at the Korea Institute, Harvard, Dr. Bo kyung Blenda Im

May 3, 2021

The Korea Institute is pleased to announce the Global Korean Diasporas Postdoctoral Fellow for academic year 2021-22: Dr. Bo kyung Blenda Im.

Bo kyung Blenda Im is an ethnomusicologist who specializes in popular culture and religion in Korea and the Korean diaspora. She deploys a combination of ethnographic, historical, and music-analytical methods to unsettle Western colonial epistemologies – particularly neo-Orientalist constructions of “Asia” – that condition the terms of inclusion and exclusion in the modern world. Her...

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