AAS
AAS

DAEGU, KOREA | June 24-27, 2023

DAEGU, KOREA
June 24-27 2023

Program at a Glance

Time Program Location
HKH TC GP
24-Jun 9:00~18:00 Registration 1F
Exhibition Hall
10:00~11:50 Panel sessions 1-31 Rm#101~303 Rm#305~410
11:50~13:00 Lunch
13:00~15:00 Opening Ceremony 2F Hyo-seok Hall
15:00~16:00 Coffee break
16:10~18:00 Panel sessions 32-62 Rm#101~303 Rm#305~410
KNU Special roundtable 1: Wooden tablets sponsored by Korean Foundation Rm#B102
18:00~20:00 Welcome reception Terrace 1F~2F
25-Jun 9:00~18:00 Registration 1F
Exhibition Hall
09:00~10:50 Panel sessions 63-92 Rm#101~303 Rm#305~410
10:50~11:10 Coffee break
11:10~13:00 Panel sessions 93-123 Rm#101~303 Rm#305~410
Special Round table sponsored by Stanford Rm#B103
13:00~14:00 Lunch
14:00~15:50 Panel sessions 124-153 Rm#101~303 Rm#305~410
KNU Special roundtable 2: Metal Printing by Korean Foundation Rm#B102
15:50~16:10 Coffee break
16:10~18:00 Panel sessions 154-183 Rm#101~303 Rm#305~410
19:30~21:30 Gala Dinner Inter-bulgo EXCO
26-Jun 9:00~18:00 Registration 1F
Exhibition Hall
09:00~10:50 Panel sessions 184-214 Rm#101~303 Rm#305~410
Special lecture by Asian Culture Centre Rm#B103
10:50~11:10 Coffee break
11:10~13:00 Panel sessions 215-245 Rm#101~303 Rm#305~410
13:00~14:00 Lunch
14:00~15:50 Panel sessions 246-276 Rm#101~303 Rm#305~410
KNU Special roundtable 3: K-culture by Korean Foundation Rm#B102
15:50~16:10 Coffee break
16:10~18:00 Special lecture by Tang Prize Foundation Rm#B103
18:00~20:00 Closing ceremony/Film Festival Rm#B101
27-Jun 10:00~18:00 Official Tour *HKH : Humanity Korea Hall, #106 (building number)
*TC : Teacher's college #301
*GP : Global Plaza #103

Detailed Schedule

Schedule of panels and roundtables

Keynote Speaker 1

Heonik Kwon

Heonik Kwon has done fieldwork both in a small-scale indigenous society (among nomadic reindeer hunter-herders in Far East Siberia, during the last years of the Soviet order) and in places of large-scale historical upheavals such as the postwar central Vietnam. Serving as a Senior Research Fellow in Social Science and Distinguished Professor of Social Anthropology at Trinity College, University of Cambridge, he is also part of the Mega-Asia research group at Seoul National University Asia Center. A Fellow of the British Academy, Kwon’s previous books include: Ghosts of War in Vietnam (2008, winner of Kahin Prize), The Other Cold War (2010), After the Korean War: An Intimate History (2020, Palais Prize), and Spirit Power: Politics and Religion in Korea’s American Century (2022, co-authored with Jun Hwan Park). He is now completing a book on Korean War memories in global spectrum.

“Remembering the 1951–1953 War in Korea”

Keynote Speaker 2

François Jullien

A former professor at the Université Paris Diderot, François Jullien is one of the most influential figures in contemporary French philosophy. His work lies at the crux of sinology and general philosophy. Grounded in ancient Chinese Studies, Neo-Confucianism, and the literary and aesthetic concepts of classical China, it questions the history and categories of European reason by creating a perspective between cultures. By dint of this detour through China, the work of François Jullien has thus opened up productive yet exacting pathways to think interculturality.

“A Topic of Our Generation, the Reasons for Cultural Diversity”