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Special Session 3 [Marine Humanities] Adrift : Connections around Asia
Date 10.29(Thu.) 10:00~12:00 (GMT+09:00)
Place Please participate in WOF 2020 online through the wof.kr/eng.
뿰궗젙蹂
[Chair]  

Son Dong-ju
Director, Humanities Korea Plus Research Group
Pukyong National University
Professor Dong-Ju Son received his Ph.D. in Japanese Laguisitics at Tohoku University in 1998 and is currently a professor at the Department of Japanese Language and Literature at Pukyong National University. Since 2017, as the director of the Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences of Pukyong National University, he has been working to develop humanities in Korea while serving as the head of the Humanities Korea Plus (HK+) Research Group sponsored by the National Research Foundation of Korea. In addition, he served as the dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Pukyong National University, the president of the Association of North-east Asian Cultures, and the Japanese Language and Literature Society of Korea. He also served as the president and chairman of the Korea-Japan Cultural Exchange Association, which is a private organization actively engaged in cultural exchange activities between Korea and Japan in Busan.
[Speaker]  
Asia's Drifting Record, Seeing Asia through the Eyes of Asia
Seo Kwang-deok
Professor, Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences
Pukyoung National University
Professor Seo Kwang-deok (born in 1965) graduated from the Department of Chinese Language and Literature of Yonsei University(1990) and received his Ph.D. in Chinese modern literature from the same university graduate school(2003). He has worked as a researcher at Yonsei University and Hallym University, and currently works as an HK Professor at the Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences, Pukyong National University
[Speaker]  
Pyojurok(轢귟닟똾) : The Story of the Drifting through Busan-Hokkaido-Tushima
Kim Kang-sik
Professor
Korea Maritime & Ocean University
Professor Kim Kang-Sik(1961) received his doctorate degree from Pusan National University with a major in history(1998). He served as a lecturer at Pusan National University and Korea Maritime and Ocean University. He was a research professor at Ulsan University and a full-time lecturer at Dongmyeong University. Korea Maritime and Ocean University has been conducting research in the Department of Culture Interaction Studies of Sea Port Cities and Marine Humanities for seven years. My major is the history of Joseon Dynasty in Korean history. It mainly focuses its research on the history of the Imjin War, the history of culture interactions between Korea and Japan, and the history of East Asian maritime history.
Professor Kim Kang-Sik serves as an editor of the Military History, History and the World, Hangdo Busan, and Culture Interaction Studies of Sea Port Cities. He also serves as a member of the city history compilation committee of Busan and Gimhae. In addition, he is engaged in various social activities such as Busan City's Future Heritage Committee.
[Speaker]  
The Value of Drawing Data in Drift Diary to Joseon
Rhee Kun-woo
Professor, Department of History
Pukyoung National University
Prof. Rhee Kun Woo (1960~) studied Asian History at Seoul National University (1982) and History at the Graduate school of Academy of Korean Studeis(1882~1994) and Japan History at Kyoto University. He has interested widely in History of ancient Korea-Japan relationship, History of Ancient Japan, History of Joseon-Japan relationship, History of Tsushima, History of modern fishing industry, History of Right Sound to discipline people etc..
He has teached and studied at Pukyong National University from 1995 until now, and became the president of PKNU museum, the chairman of Pusan Kyongnam History Association, the chief editor of North East Asia Culture Association and the advisory committee member of North East History Foundation.
His principal works are History of pre-modern Korea-Japan relationship, Understanding of Traditional Society, Landscape of Ancient Kingdom, Korea is Confucianism Republic, Is Right Sound To Discipline people Hangu? etc.
His main translations are Drift Diary to Joseon, Nihonshoki, Shokunihonki, Ryounogige etc.
[Speaker]  
The Marine Experience and the Cognition in the Travel Literature of Joseon Tongsinsa
Park Hwa-jin
Professor, Department of History
Pukyoung National University
Prof. Park, Hwa-Jin(1956) studied Korean History at Pusan University (1975-1979) and studied at the graduate school of Pusan University(1979-1981), studied Japanese history at the graduate school of Tokyo University of Japan(1982-1991). Prof. Park, Hwa-Jin has been employed successively by Busan Technical University(1992) which was mergered with fisheries University(1996). She has been active in this domain for over 29 years now and is focused on and responsible for the realization of large reseach in the field of history.
. Park, Hwa-Jin is a member of several organisations such as a member of curator of Pukyong University, and also is the board member of the Busan History.
[Debater]  

Ahn Jae-yeon
Team Manager,Education Content Development Team
Asia Culture Research Institute
Ahn Jaeyeon (born in 1968) received a bachelor's degree in Chinese Literature (1991) at Yonsei University and a master's degree in East Asian culture and languages from U. of Michigan. She obtained a Ph.D. in the Comparative Literature at Yonsei University (2006). She researched as a visiting scholar at Tsinghua University in China (2007-2008) and Cambridge University in England (2012-2013). She has worked at the East Asian Research Center at Sungkonghoe University and UNIST, and has been working at the Asian Cultural Center since 2015.
Ahn Jaeyeon worked as a research planning team leader at the Asian Culture Research Institute, the Asia Culture Institute from 2015, and also served as the acting director of the Research Institute from 2018 to August 2020. Since September 2020, She has been working as the acting director of the Education Division and as the team leader of the education content development team.
[Debater]  

Chung Sung-il
Professor, Dept. of Service Management
Kwangju Women's University
Prof. CHUNG SUNGIL (b. 1961) studied Economics at Chonnam National University (1980-91) and has been employed for arranging the original documents of Tsushima Japan by National Institute of Korean History from 1991 to 1996. He has served as a professor of department of Service Management in Kwangju Women셲 University since 1996.
Prof. CHUNG SUNGIL was chairman of the Society of Korean-Japanese Relations History (2013) and of the Korean Economic History Society (2019). He has been active as a member of the Korea-Japan academic research committee of the Korea Assembly to Japan, Joseon Tongshinsa, and for the International Memory of the World Register of UNESCO in 2017. He remains active in research on the history of Korean-Japanese relations in the Joseon Dynasty period
[Debater]  

Mun Gyung-ho
Professor, Department of History Education
Kongju National University
Professor Mun Gyung-ho (born 1973) majored in history education at Kongju National University and history education at the same school graduate school. From 1999 to August 2016, he worked at Daejeon Pavilion, Daejeon Foreign Language High School, and Daejeon Science High School. He has been working at Kongju National University College of History Education since September 2016.,Currently, he is working as a director of the Institute of Gongju Studies and a member of Chungcheongnam-do Cultural Properties
[Debater]  

Sung Hyeon-moo
Co-teaching Professor
Advertising and Public Relations, Kosin University
Hyun-moo Sung (born in 1970), a professor of Kosin University Industry-Academic Cooperation Foundation, earned a Bachelor of Theater Directing from Kyungsung University in 1996 and a Master of Arts Management from Pusan National University in 2010. Formerly, he worked at the Busan Culture & Tourism Festival Organizing Committee and a local medium-sized company for 20 years. In addition, he planned and directed the Busan International Fireworks Festival, Busan Port Festival, Busan Sea Festival, Busan International Rock Festival, etc. In 2015, he established a corporate research institute called 쏬imen. Co., Ltd. Since then, he has done projects on local cultural resources such as Busan Road, Beacon Fire Station in Ganbio Mountain, White Paper of Busan Pedestrian Policy, Branding & Storytelling of Traditional Food 쁆upo Noodles. Moreover, he has been actively working as a director of regional festivals such as Evening Yeong-do Art Festa, Busan Storytelling Festival, Illuwa Festival.
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