Forthcoming Events

2018 Events

Monash University Korean Studies

Free events. All welcome! No registration necessary.
Organized by Monash University Korean Studies.

For further information, please contact Andy Jackson: andy.jackson@monash.edu



Korean Studies Conference

‘Reimagining Korean Identity through Wars, Money, Ideas and Exchanges:

70 years’ Identity Transformation’

 

 

Monash University Korean Studies, Melbourne, Australia.

 

Date: August 17-18, 2018.

 

Location: August 17, Matheson Library: ISB Meeting Room L1.04/ L1.02, Clayton Campus 9:00am – 6:30pm

August 18, Japanese Studies Centre meeting room & Auditorium 8:30am – 6:30pm

Details:

Panels on North Korea, North Korean defectors, international relations, South Korean society, Korean language and linguistics

 

 

 

 

After Graduation: Prospects for Students Graduating with Korea-related Degrees

 

Date: September 4th, 2018.

Speakers:

Sarah Holloway, Founder Matcha Maiden, ‘From Lawyer to funtrepreneur’

MITS (Master of Interpretation and Translation Studies), Monash University

Johnathan Benney, Honours Study, Monash University, ‘The Point of Honours Degrees’

Jeff Jarvis, MA in Tourism, Monash University, ‘MAs in Tourism’

Howie Manns, Director MA of Applied Linguistics (MAppLing), Monash University, will be present to discuss how advanced MAppLing study can help you gain employment in a range of exciting new spheres, including forensic linguistics, technology and/or business or health communication consultancies. He will also discuss how MAppLing study can give you a value add/promotion opportunities as a language teacher.”

 

Location: E561-Seminar Room

Tue 4 Sep 2018 16:00 – 18:00

20 Chancellors Wlk, Clayton-5-E561-Seminar Room (Arts)

Details: Students studying Korean Studies or Korean language or with an interest in Korea and Korean are invited to attend this event which will deal with work life after graduation. Invited speakers will talk about the job or academic/ research possibilities after university. Invited speakers include:

Sarah Holloway a former Monash student of Law and Asian languages is an entrepreneur who founded her own company Matcha Maiden and Matcha Milk Bar and specialises in Matcha- made from green tea powder.

https://www.smh.com.au/business/small-business/from-lawyer-to-matcha-maiden-the-appeal-of-the-fine-green-powder-20170525-gwcmdd.html

A representative from Monash University MITS (Master of Interpretation and Translation Studies) who will talk about the prospects for following up advanced Korean language study with a world class vocational degree.

 

Students from other disciplines are also welcome to attend.

 

 

 

Korean Studies Speech contest

Date: 20 September 2018, 5-9pm

Location: Location: H1.16 Caulfield

Details: Fifteen finalists compete to win a grand prize of AUS$1500 and runners up prizes of AUS$250.

 

 

The Melbourne Metropolitan Korean Studies Seminar Series Biannual Meeting

 

Monash University Korean Studies, Melbourne, Australia.

 

Date: Friday 12 October 2018 9am – 5pm (AEDT)

Location: S S901/ S9.02  Caulfield Campus, Melbourne. 

Details: TBA

 

The Melbourne Metropolitan Korean Studies Seminar Series

Seminar 7

“Memories and Projections from North Korea: East Asia’s Hall of Mirrors?”.

Euan Graham

Senior Fellow, Loey Institute, Sydney

Honorary Principal Research Fellow at RMIT

Date: Wed 17 October 2018 at 4:30pm-6pm

Venue: Matheson Library T1 Clayton Campus

 


Free events. All welcome! No registration necessary.

Organized by Monash University Korean Studies

For further information, please contact Andy Jackson: andy.jackson@monash.edu