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Koguryô and Its Neighbors: International Relations in Early Northeast Asia

고구려와 그 이웃들: 초기 동북아시아의 국제관계

Saturday, February 24, 2007
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Korean Cultural Center
5505 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036

A Conference on Ancient Korean History

09:00—09:10

Welcome: John Duncan, UCLA
Congratulatory remarks: Kim Yongdeok, President, Northeast Asia History Foundation:

09:10—09:45

The Interstate Order of Ancient Northeast Asia
Lim Ki Hwan (Seoul National University of Education)
Discussant: John Duncan (UCLA)

09:45—10:20

Koguryô and Kaya: Contacts and Consequences
Kim Tae Sik (Hongik University)
Discussant: Dennis Lee (UCLA)

10:20—10:35

Break

10:35—11:10

Control or Conquer?: Koguryô Relations with States and Peoples in Manchuria
Mark Byington (Harvard University)
Discussant: Yi Sông-jae (Northeast Asian History Foundation)

11:10—11:50

Koguryô to Central Asia: Art and Architecture
Nancy Steinhardt (University of Pennsylvania)
Discussant: Burglind Jungmann (UCLA)

11:50—12:00

Questions from the audience

12:00—1:30

Break

1:30—2:05

Koguryô Foreign Diplomacy Toward the Wa – Their Diplomatic Strategy and the Situation in East Asia
Lee Sungsi (Waseda University)
Discussant: Herman Ooms (UCLA)

2:05—2:40

Koguryô and China: Rivalry on an Equal Footing, Tributary Submission, or Beyond?
Stella Xu (Roanoke College)
Discussant: David Schaberg (UCLA)

2:40—2:55

Break

2:55—3:30

Koguryô and Silla: Aspects of the Evolution of their Relations
Jung Woon Yong (Korea University)
Discussant: Hyung-Wook Kim (UCLA)

3:30—4:10

An Overview of Koguryô-Paekche Relations: With a Quick Peek into the Quicksands of Space and Early Korean Standard Time
Jonathan Best (Wesleyan University)
Discussant: Yi In-ch'ôl (Northeast Asian History Foundation)

4:10—4:30

Questions from audience


Sponsor(s): Center for Korean Studies, Northeast Asian History Foundation & Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles

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