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College of Humanities CORE Program News October 30th, 2017
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College of Humanities CORE Program News for October 30th, 2017

** Weekly or Biweekly Newsletter for Professors at the College of Humanities

 

1.  The College of Humanities CORE Mutual Exchange Lecture program is underway. Although we are in the midst of the midterm exam period, we kindly remind professors to encourage students to participate to whatever degree possible.

 

Classification

 

 

Invited Professor (Affiliation)

 

 

Lecture Subject

 

 

Lecture Dates

 

 

Notes

 

 

Provided to SNU

 

 

Lee, Changwoo

 

 

(Department of Philosophy,

Catholic University of Korea)

 

 

What is Happiness? Talks on a Philosophical Happiness (3 sessions)

 

 

(1) The ambiguity of “happiness”,  happiness as a mental state, the science of happiness

 

 

(2) Need theory, Objective List theory

 

 

(3) Perfectionism, remaining issues

 

 

2017.10.16. (Mon), 23(Mon),

30(Mon) 14:00~16:00

Location:

 

 

Building 14 Room #610

 

 

Kim, Seoksu

 

 

(Department of Philosophy,

Kyungpook National University)

 

 

A Beautiful Life and A Noble Life  (1 session)

 

 

2017.10.18. (Wed)

16:00~18:00

 

 

Roh, Gyeong-deok

 

(Department of History,

Ewha Womans University)

 

 

Currents of Contemporary History in the West and the World (3 sessions)

(1) The Russian Revolution

 

 

(2) The Soviet Experience of World War 2

 

 

(3) The Yalta Conference and the Beginnings of the Divided Korean Peninsula

 

 

2017.11.1. (Wed), 8(Wed),

15(Wed) 15:00~17:00

 

 

Provided by SNU

 

 

Kang, Sang-Jin

(Department of Philosophy)

 

 

Philosophy of the Western Medieval Period

(1) Augustine 1: Human Happiness and the Problem of the Divine Highest Good

(2) Augustine 2: The Problem of the Opaque Mind

(3) Anselmus and a Faith in Pursuit of Understanding

2017.11.6.(Mon), 13(Mon),

20(Mon) 17:00~19:00

 

 

Location:  Ewha Womans University

Lucete Humanities Project

 (Philosophy Research Lab)

Koo, Bum-Jin

(Department of Asian History)

 

 

Chinese History of the Mung and Chung Dynasties

 

 

(East Asian International Relations)

 

 

2017.10.31.(Tues)

17:00-18:30

Location: Ewha Womans University

Lucete Humanities Project

 (Historical Studies Research Lab)

2017.11.6.(Mon)

(Tentative)

 

 

Location: Sogang University

 

 

Lee, Young-Mock

(Department of French

Language and Literature)

 

 

Encyclopedias and Adventures in Logic

 

 

2017.11.21.(Tues)

17:00~18:30

Location: Ehwa Womans University

Lucete Humanities Project

 (French Cultural Research Lab)

 

2. CORE Project Second Semester Explanatory Meeting on Key Items of Enforcement was Conducted.

    A. Date: Friday, Oct. 27th, 2017, 16:00 to 19:00

    B. Location: Hanyang University (Seoul Campus) Hanyang Institute of Technology (HIT) Council Chamber (6F)

    C. Key Topics:

      - Details on the progress of the on-site examination regarding first-year operating expenses

      - Items related to the implementation of the CORE second-year Exchanging Excellent  Outcomes Conference 

      - Important items regarding the execution of the The College of Humanities CORE Mutual Exchange Lecture program

 

3. An examination of the prerequisites of second-year CORE scholarship recipients in the fall semester will be conducted. Details will be updated as per the latest announcements of the National Research Foundation. 

    A. An examination of the prerequisites of second-year CORE scholarship recipients is scheduled for November (Schedule TBA)

    B. The documents tentatively required for submission are as follows: 

      - Status table of scholarship recipients (NRF format) 

      - For Core Master’s scholarship recipients, data indicating membership status in the national insurance system (as per the data released on Sep.28.2017)

      - School register of scholarship recipients

 

4. The CORE Project is currently disbursing funds to undergraduates intending to enter a graduate program. The current status of expected and current enrollees in a graduate program are as follows.

 

Department

Scholarship Selection

Graduate School

Currently Enrolled

2018-1

Scheduled to Enroll

2016-1

2016-2

2017-1

2017-2

Korean Language and Literature

12

10

10

8

6

5

(Department of English Lang. & Lit. 1)

Chinese Language and Literature

5

3

4

3

1

1

English Language and Literature

4

5

7

8

3

3

French Language and Literature

4

4

1

1

2

(Department of Korean Lang. & Lit. 1)

-

German Language and Literature

3

2

3

2

1

2

(Department of English Lang. & Lit. 1)

Russian Language and Literature

2

1

1

2

1

-

Hispanic Language and Literature

2

2

5

3

2

(Department of English Lang. & Lit. 1)

-

Linguistics

11

9

5

6

6

(Department of Korean Lang. & Lit. 2)

3

Korean History

7

8

9

10

1

4

East Asian History

5

6

6

6

1

2

(Department of Archaeology and Art History 1)

Western History

1

7

3

3

1

-

Archaeology and Art History

14

17

15

15

6

6

Philosophy

14

14

13

15

7

6

Religious Studies

3

2

-

-

2

(Department of Russian Lang. & Lit.1)

-

Aesthetics

9

13

10

7

6

(Department of Korean Lang. & Lit. 2,

Department of Philosophy 1)

3

(Department of Philosophy 1,

Department of Asian Languages and Civilizations 1)

Asian Languages and Civilizations

6

8

7

11

1

(Department of Religious Studies 1)

1

Total (students)

102

111

99

100

47

36

 

Published by the CORE Project (snucore@snu.ac.kr)

 

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