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HOME > Education > Humanities Lecture for the Public
To spread trans-boundary humanities knowledge beyond the specialized area of the university and researchers, public lectures for the general audience are being designed and run. They have been held from late 2009 and the research team develops such lecture programs.
Lectures for the Public, 2010: Humanities Reading the World
The following lectures are designed to promote greater interest and understanding of the humanities in Eunpyeong-gu community. Through a perspective rooted in humanities, these lectures attempt to reflect upon a vast range of phenomena, people, and events scattered across time and space – from Korea to the world, from the past to present. EIH faculty members in the Trans-Humanities Research Team, whose fields of interests lie in literature, history, and philosophy, lead lectures that promote a better public understanding of the present age and provide an opportunity to dwell upon the potential each individual holds in society at large. The course consists of two parts: four lectures in the first half will focus on Koreans and the Korean society, while the next four lectures cover other regions and a variety of other topics.