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2020 Overseas Korean Studies Librarian Online Workshop
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2020 Overseas Korean Studies Librarian Online Workshop

2020 Overseas Korean Studies Librarian Online Workshop will be hosted by the National Library of Korea. From October 26(Mon) to November 8(Sun) 2020(KST), a non-face-to-face online workshop will be held on understanding bibliographic characteristics and culture for Korean old and rare collections management. Recorded Lectures will be available for 2 weeks to all overseas Korean Studies librarians on the INKSLIB web page after signing in.

Lectures will be provided during the period and although lectures are in Korean, English subtitles are added. There will also be a Q&A Board for exchange of simple questions and feedback. We ask for your understanding on the overall workshop format as it considers participants’ time difference, access environment, copyright etc.

Recorded lectures available from October 26(Mon) 00:00 (KST)∼ November 8(Sun) 24:00 (KST)
* There are so many people who want to participate, we have decided to extend the online workshop to November 8(SUN).

Lecture title Lecturer Language Remarks
The Origin of Printed Matter and Publications of Korea, China and Japan
Ok, Young-Jung
(Professor, Academy of Korean Studies, Diplomatics and Bibliography)
Lecture in Korean,English Subtitle
60mins each
(recorded)
Woodblock-printed Books and Printing Technologies of Korean Old Prints
An Aspect of Copy and Circulation of Jeong Seon’s Paintings during the Period of Modernization: Collection of the British Library
Park, Jeong-Ae
(Lecturer, Chung-ang University, Faculty of Fine Arts)

The
The Origin of Printed Matter and Publications of Korea, China and Japan


[Ok, Young-Jung (Professor, Academy of Korean Studies, Diplomatics and Bibliography)]
▪ Library and information science doctoral degree program at Sungkyunkwan University
▪ Visiting scholar of East Asian Library of UC Berkeley Library, University of California
▪ 『Jeongriuigwe』, Suwon Hwaseong Museum, 2019.
▪ 『Culture-historical Value and Potential of Woodblocks of Jeonla Provincial Office』,
Jeonbuk National University Museum, 2018(co-author)
▪ 『The Creation of Metal Type Printing Culture in East Asia and its Scientific Characteristics 1, 2』,
Academy of Korean Studies Press, 2017(co-author)
▪ 『Reading Joseon’s Knowledge Culture through Woodblocks』, Geulhangari, 2014.(co-author)
and more

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Woodblock-printed
Woodblock-printed Books and Printing Technologies of Korean Old Prints


[Ok, Young-Jung (Professor, Academy of Korean Studies, Diplomatics and Bibliography)]
▪ Library and information science doctoral degree program at Sungkyunkwan University
▪ Visiting scholar of East Asian Library of UC Berkeley Library, University of California
▪ 『Jeongriuigwe』, Suwon Hwaseong Museum, 2019.
▪ 『Culture-historical Value and Potential of Woodblocks of Jeonla Provincial Office』,
Jeonbuk National University Museum, 2018(co-author)
▪ 『The Creation of Metal Type Printing Culture in East Asia and its Scientific Characteristics 1, 2』,
Academy of Korean Studies Press, 2017(co-author)
▪ 『Reading Joseon’s Knowledge Culture through Woodblocks』, Geulhangari, 2014.(co-author)
and more

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[ Go to Q&A ]


An
An Aspect of Copy and Circulation of Jeong Seon’s Paintings during the Period of Modernization: Collection of the British Library


▶ Park, Jeong-ae(Lecturer, Chung-ang University, Faculty of Fine Arts)
▪ Art history doctoral degree program at Academy of Korean Studies
▪ Postdoctoral researcher of archaeology and art hIstory, College of Humanities Seoul
National University
▪ Visiting researcher of Center of Korean Studies at SOAS University of London
▪ 『Landscape Paintings of Hamgyeongdo and Pyeongando in Joseon Dynasty』
(Sungkyunkwan University Press, 2014)
▪ 『The Beautiful Old Seoul』(Borim, 2006)
▪ 『Jeong Seon’s Paintings Back with Waegwan Monastry』(co-author, Sapyoung, 2013)

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We will be asking you a few questions about how satisfied you are with the workshop. All your answers will be much appreciated and every word from you means a lot to us to improve the workshop.

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