Nordic Korean Studies Days
The Nordic Korean Studies Days (NKSD) are co-organized by the universities of Copenhagen, Helsinki, Oslo, Stockholm and Turku. It is an intensive Korean Studies course covering different disciplines such as history, cultural studies, anthropology, sociology and political science.
The NKSD aim at bringing together students with an interest in Korea and teaching faculty of the Nordic universities. In 2019, the NKSD (5 ECTS) were successfully held at the University of Copenhagen. In 2021, the NKSD were hosted by CEAS and moved online due to the pandemic.
2022 NKSD ... more soon.
Teachers: Prof. Dr. Vladimir Tikhonov (University of Oslo), Prof. Dr. Sonja Häussler (University of Stockholm), Dr. Gabriel Jonsson (University of Stockholm), Dr. Barbara Wall (University of Copenhagen), Dr. Andrew Logie (University of Helsinki), Dr. Antti Leppänen (University of Turku) and Dr. Sabine Burghart (CEAS, University of Turku).
The 2019 NKSD that were hosted by the University of Copenhagen covered various topics including pseudo historiography and “history wars”, the communist movement in colonial Korea, folklore studies in North Korea, transmedia ghost story telling, inter-Korean relations, South Korea’s foreign aid and family in South Korea.
Teachers: Sonja Häussler (Professor, Stockholm), Vladimir Tikhonov (Professor, Oslo), Gabriel Jonsson (Senior Lecturer, Stockholm), Andrew Logie (Assistant Professor, Helsinki), Barbara Wall (Assistant Professor, Copenhagen), Antti Leppänen (Researcher, Turku), and Sabine Burghart (University Lecturer, Turku).
Main sponsor of the 2019 NKSD: The Korea Foundation