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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
East Asian Languages and Literatures (EALL)
Korean Arts and Culture
Korean Arts and Culture
Fall 2017
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Dr. Jungsil Lee
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Fundamentals of Korean arts and culture in interdisciplinary and comparative approaches; contrasts between other Asian nations and Korea.
Students learn a range of approaches to understanding modern and contemporary arts of Korea. They will be able to place Korean arts within the context of Asian cultural and political traditions as well as the perspectives of Western art world. They will gain knowledge of the development of visual and material culture in Korea in relation to other Asian countries. They will gain the ability to recognize the reasons behind changes and continuations of Korean artistic traditions and the ability to assess and understand such developments within a wider Asian and global context. They will develop skills for reflective and critical thinking and foster understanding of different cultures and value systems through the study of Korean arts and culture.
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echacko (Mon, 13 Mar 2017 19:54:11 GMT): Rollback: The Academic Editor asks that you restrict the course description to 1-2 sentences, which will be used as the course description in the University Bulletin.
candaceg (Fri, 17 Mar 2017 15:40:46 GMT): Rollback: please limit the course description for this course to 1-2 sentences (on the syllabus).
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