Selected students will present their papers at the annual GW-IU Korean Studies Undergraduate Research Exchange Conference in the spring semester. Through this academic exchange program, students will not only hone their formal presentation skills but will also learn how to engage in academic dialogue with colleagues from a range of backgrounds and disciplines.
2019-2020 GW-IU Korean Studies Undergraduate Research Exchange Program Conference
This academic year’s conference will be held at Indiana University.
The 1st Annual Conference of GW-IU Undergraduate Research Exchange Program (2018-2019)
On April 20, 2019, the 1st Annual Conference of GW-IU Undergraduate Research Exchange Program was held at Cloyd Heck Marvin Center of the George Washington University. Five students from the George Washington University presented papers based on their original research.
Presenters from the George Washington University
Tanvi Banerjee, “Namaste Hallyu or Annyeong Gong-ju? Public Diplomacy and India – South Korea Relations”
R. Maxwell Bone, “Uganda-DPRK Relations: From 1972 to 2019”
Henry Huang Haoyu, “The Wake of the Tiger: Change of the Chinese-Korean Tribute System over Time”
Deanna Reyes-Guerra, “Recent Rise of Anti-Zainichi Sentimentality in Japan”
Tina Yiting Wang, “Capitalized Mind, Cosmeticized Body”