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The Research Center for Korean Community

The International Conference

Date:
Thursday, October 07, 2010 7:00 PM

Location:
Korea Village 150-24 Northern Blvd., Flushing, NY 11358

Details:
The International Conference on "Korean Diasporic and Immigrant Communities' Transnational ties to Homeland"

One of the major activities to fulfill the Center’s mission of conducting research on Korean Americans and other overseas Koreans and disseminating data and information to the Korean community and the Korean government is to organize the annual conference on Korean American experiences and overseas Koreans. We plan to alternate the international conference focusing on overseas Koreans all together and the North American conference focusing on Koreans in North America.  We are organizing the international conference focusing on “Korean Diasaporic and Immigrant Communities’ Transnational Ties to Homeland” this year.  The conference will be held at the Open Space of Korea Village on October 8 and 9. Sixteen scholars from Korea, Japan, Canada, and the United States will participate in the conference. We will have a gala on the eve at Daedong Manor of Korea Village, celebrating the first anniversary of the foundation of the Center.  We expect to have about 150 Korean community leaders at the gala.

Program for the International Conference on “Korean Diasporic and Immigrant Communities’ Transnational Ties to Homeland”

October 7
7:00-9:00 A Gala Celebrating the First Anniversary of the Foundation of the Research Center for Korean Community

October 8
8:40-9:20 Coffee and Social Time
9:20-9:40 Congratulatory Remarks by 4 Persons

Session 1 (Korean)
9:40: 10:50 Presided by Yung Duk Kim, the Chair of the Board of Directors

Pyong Gap Min, Queens College and the Graduate Center of CUNY, Sociology
“An Overview of Overseas Koreans’ Transnational Ties to Their Homeland”

In-Jin Yoon, Korea University, Sociology
“Transnational Migration and Networks of Korean Chinese”

Session 2 (Korean)
11:00-12:10 Presided by Chang Hyun Han, the Associate Chair of the Board of Directors

Young Sang Yim at Hankuk University for Foreign Studies, History
“The Transnational Ties of Koreans in CIS to South Korea”

Chae Wan Lim, Chonnam National University, Political Science, and
Young-Eon Yim, Chonnam National University, Center for Global Korean Networks in Korea, Sociology
“The Role of Global Korean Diaspora in Bridging South Korea with Settlement Countries”

12:10-1: 20 Lunch

Session 3 (English)
1:20-2:30 Presided by Angie Chung, SUNY-Albany, Sociology

Samuel Noh at University of Toronto, Health
“Transnational Ties with Korea among Korean Canadians in Toronto”

Ann Kim at York University, Sociology
“Explaining the Migration Strategy: Transnational and Intact Family Migrants from South Korea to Canada”

Session 4 (English)
2:40-3:50 Presided Jung Wha Kang, Board Member

Soo im Lee at Rukoku University, Business Administration
“The Transnational Ties of Resident Koreans in Japan to Their Homeland: from the Past to the Present”

Eleana Kim, Rochester University, Anthropology
“The Returns and Repatriations of Transnational Korean Adoptees”

Session 5 (English)
4:00-5:30 Presided by Young Soo Choi, Advisory Board Member

Kyeyoung Park at University of California, Los Angeles, Anthropology
“Expatriates Go Transnational in the Era of South Korean Globalization”

Helene Lee, Dickinson College, Sociology
“Transnationalism and “Third Culture Kids”: A Comparative Analysis of Korean American and Korean Chinese Identity Construction.”

Sunghee Shin, Queens College of CUNY, Education
“Korean Kireugi Gazok in New York City”

6:30—8:30 Dinner

October 9
8:40-9:10 Coffee and Social Time

Session 6 (Korean)
9:10-10:20 Presided by Joong-Hwan Oh, Hunter College, Sociology

Hyojoung Kim at California State University, Los Angeles, Sociology
“The Structure and Dynamics of Associational Transnationalism: A Case Study of Korean American Ethnic Organizations in Southern California”

Chigon Kim, Wright State University (Dayton, Ohio), Sociology
 “Transnational Ties to Their Homeland among the Adult Children of Korean
Immigrants in Los Angeles”

Session 7 (English)
10:30-12:00 Presided by Pyong Gap Min

Presentations by 3 Dissertation Scholarship Recipients (Doctoral Candidates)

Linda Suzanne Park, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Family and Life Cycle Studies, 
“Finding My Place: Issues of Authenticity within the Korean Community”

Eun Young Kim, the University of the Incarnate Word (Texas), Education
“Korean Ethnic Schools and the Needs of Adolescents in the United States”

You Seung Kim at University of Chicago, Social Work
“The Mediating Role of Ethnic Church on Youth Development”

12:00-1:00 Lunch

 
 

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