Colloquium 2016: Understanding NORTH KOREA: Literature, Politics, Art, Life
Nov 17, 2016
from 06:00 PM to 09:00 PM
|Where||Presentation Room, Welcome Center, UC Davis|
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NORTH KOREA refers to itself as "the most glorious nation on earth." Yet, to the rest of the world, it is a state shrouded in mystery. What is North Korea like? This event examines North Korea through Literature, Politics, Art and Life.
Sacramento News & Review: https://www.newsreview.com/sacramento/understanding-north-korea/local/Calendar?oid=22454919
ADAM JOHNSON, Author of The Orphan Master's Son, A Novel (2012), Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
MARK LAMBERT, Office Director for Korean Affairs, U.S. State Department
KYUNGAH HAM, South Korean Artist
CHAE-HYUN SHIN, Consul General of the Republic of Korea, San Francisco
JINHYE JO, President, North Korea in U.S.A.
In collaboration with the UCD Bookstore, a book signing session will follow with Adam Johnson
Free and open to the public
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Art History || Asian American Studies || Comparative Literature || East Asian Languages and Cultures || History || Political Science || University Writing Program