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Korean Christianity in the Global Context

2011 Im Conference of Korean Christianity

Friday, October 21, 2011
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
6275 Bunche Hall
UCLA

 

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Presided by Sung-Deuk Oak, Assistant Professor of Korean Christianity, UCLA

9:00-9:30

 light breakfast and greeting

9:30-10:00

 French Catholic Missions in East Asia and Korea

  • Chos┼Ćn Korea in the Catholic Conquest of East Asia: Re-visioning Missionary Strategies and Christian Networks in a Regional Context (16th-19th Century): Pierre-Emmanuel Roux, PhD Candidate, EHESS, Paris

10:00-10:20

 response and discussion

10:20-10:50

 American Missions, Imperialism, and Korean Diaspora, 1880-1910

  • Christianity, American Missionaries, and Korean Immigration to the United States, 1903-1915: Dr. Wayne Patterson, Professor of History, St. Norbert College

11:00-11:10

 response and discussion

11:10-11:20

 Coffee Break

11:20-11:50

 American Missions, Imperialism, and Korean Diaspora, 1880-1924

  • Horace N. Allen: Missionary and Diplomat: Dr. Henry H. Kim, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Wheaton College

11:50-12:10

 response and discussion

12:10-2:00

 Lunch

2:00-2:30

 American Missions and Japanese Colonialism, 1910-1940

  • Cross and Justice: Christianity and Political Discourse on Colonial Korea in the U.S., 1910-1920: Dr. Jimin Kim, Ph. D., Columbia University, 2011

2:30-2:50

 response and discussion

2:50-3:00

 Coffee Break

3:00-3:30

 American Missions and Japanese Colonialism, 1910-1940

  • Collaborative Autonomy: the Yokohama Agreement of the YMCA and Yun Ch'i-ho: Dr. Yeonseung Lee, Th.D. Boston University, 2011

3:30-3:50

 response and discussion

3:50-4:20

 Contemporary Korean Protestantism in Taiwan and Japan, 1990-2010

  • A Journey of Pilgrim: Korean Christianity and its Influence on Taiwanese Churches: Chengpang Lee, Ph.D. candidate, University of Chicago

4:20-4:40

 response and discussion

4:40-5:00

 General Discussion

  • Presided by Sung-Deuk Oak, UCLA

 

UCLA Map and Parking

For UCLA map and directions, go to http://www.ucla.edu/map/

Parking:

Please buy your all day parking permit for $11 at the Westholme/Hilgard Info Booth before you go to parking structure (P3). You must park where there are no signs. Or you can buy a hourly parking permit in pay by space at P3.

From Wilshire Boulevard, turn onto Hilgard Avenue and continue north. Make a left on Westholme Avenue and pull up to the Parking & Information Kiosk. The parking attendant will give you a campus map and direct you to P3.
Or from Wilshire Boulevrd, turn onto Hilgard Avenue and continue North. Make a left at P3 and buy a pay by space parking permit.

From Sunset Boulevard, turn onto Hilgard Avenue and continue south. Make a right on Westholme and pull up to the Parking & Information Kiosk. The parking attendant will give you a campus map and direct you to P3.
Or from Sunset Boulevard, turn onto Hilgard Avenue and turn right into P3 and you can buy a pay by space parking permit.

 

   
   
   

 

   
   
   

 

Open to the public. RSVP is recommended.


Cost : Free

SejungKim
skim@international.ucla.edu

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