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The Ewha Institute for the Humanities, established in 2007, has actively participated in academic exchange activities, inviting 49 internationally renowned scholars such as Homi Bhabha from Harvard University in the U.S. and Lorraine Code from York University in Canada. (As of Aug 30, 2012, the following list is written in order of the recent date of invitation)

Visiting Scholars (for International Symposium and Colloquium)

International Symposium

Number

Scholar’s Name

Title of Lecture

Date

1

Komori Yoichi(Univ. of Tokyo)

Translation and Formation of Style in the Modern Japanese Novel

2013. 4.5.~ 4.6

2

Zhang Min
(Peking University)

An Inquiry into Yan Fu's Translation Theory of Faithfulness, Expressiveness and Elegance : The Beginning of China's Modern Translation Theory

2013. 4.5.~ 4.6

3

Cho Heekyoung
(Univ. of Washington)

A Traveling Character : Child Labor, Gender and Translation

2013. 4.5.~4.6

4

Komori Yoichi
(Univ. of Tokyo)

Translation and Formation of Style in the Modern Japanese Novel

2013. 4.5.~ 4.6

5

Zhang Min
(Peking University)

An Inquiry into Yan Fu’s Translation Theory of Faithfulness, Expressiveness and Elegance : The Beginning of China’s Modern Translation Theory

2013. 4.5.~ 4.6

6

Cho Heekyoung
(Univ. of Washington)

A Traveling Character : Child Labor, Gender and Translation

2013. 4.5.~ 4.6

7

Gisele Seginger
(Univ. Paris-Est)

Madame Bovary : une ecriture indirecte de l'histoire

2012.10.26. ~ 10.27.
8

Caroline Trotot
(Univ. Paris-Est)

Les femmes francaises du XIVe siecle face a l'histoire a travers leurs ecrits personnels

2012.10.26. ~ 10.27.

9 Giusy Pisano
(Univ. Paris-Est)

L'ecriture indiciaire et la forme-film

2012.10.26. ~ 10.27.

10

Michael Soubbotnik
(Univ. Paris-Est)

"Pour Bethlehem, Pennsylvanie, 1741, de Chelsea, Londres,: l'ecriture de l'histoire dans The Gift de H.D.(Hilda Doolittle)

2012.10.26. ~ 10.27.

11

Helene Bah
(Univ. Paris-Est)

Histoire et memoire : sur la legitimite scientifique de la discipline historique en contexte cartesien

2012.10.26. ~ 10.27.

12

Gisele Seginger
(Univ. Paris-Est)

Madame Bovary : une ecriture indirecte de l’histoire

2012.10.26. ~ 10.27.

13

Caroline Trotot
(Univ. Paris-Est)

Les femmes francaises du XIVe siecle face a l’histoire a travers leurs ecrits personnels

2012.10.26. ~ 10.27.

14

Giusy Pisano
(Univ. Paris-Est)

L’ecriture indiciaire et la forme-film

2012.10.26. ~ 10.27.

15

Michael Soubbotnik
(Univ. Paris-Est)

“Pour Bethlehem, Pennsylvanie, 1741, de Chelsea, Londres, : l’ecriture de l’histoire dans The Gift de H.D.(Hilda Doolittle)

2012.10.26. ~ 10.27.

16

Helene Bah
(Univ. Paris-Est)

Histoire et memoire : sur la legitimite scientifique de la discipline historique en contexte cartesien

2012.10.26. ~ 10.27.

17

Michael Hauskeller
(Univ. of Exeter)

Messy Bodies: from Cosmetic Surgery to Mind-Uploading 2012. 6. 2 ~ 6. 3
18 Donal P. O'Mathuna
(Dublin City University)
Human Dignity and the Ethics of Human Enhancement 2012. 6. 2 ~ 6. 3
19 Stefan Lorenz Sorgner (Univ. of Erlangen-Nurnberg) Beyond a Rigid Version of Anthropocentrism 2012. 6. 2 ~ 6. 3
20 Julian Savulescu (Univ. of Oxford) Unfit for the Future: The Need for Moral Bioenhancement 2012. 6. 2 ~ 6. 3
21 Jens Eder(Univ. of Mannheim) Posthumans on YouTube 2012. 6. 2 ~ 6. 3
22 Isabelle Moindrot(Univ. of Paris VIII) The New Faces of Humanity in the Contemporary Staging of Opera 2012. 6. 2 ~ 6. 3
23 Thomas D. Philbeck (New York Institute of Technology) Posthumanist Selfhood: Challenges to Being a Conglomerate 2012. 6. 2 ~ 6. 3
24 Robert Young(New York Univ.) Hybridity and the Otherness of Cultural Translation 2011. 6. 3 ~ 6. 4
25 Beverley Anne Yamamoto(Osaka Univ.) (Re)locating Gendered War Menories in North East Asia & Beyond 2011. 6. 3 ~ 6. 4
26 Isabel Pires de Lima(Univ. of Porto) Strange Foreigners We are!: Identity Transits in Portuguese Immigration 2011. 6. 3 ~ 6. 4
27 Claire Alexander(London School of Economics) The Marriage Market: Gendering Cultural Hybridity 2011. 6. 3 ~ 6. 4
28 Derrick de Kerckhove (Univ. of Toronto) Pinocchio 2.0: Remaining Human in spite of Convergence 2010. 6. 24 ~ 6. 25
29 Philippe Dubois(Univ. of Paris III) Relocating of Cinema: From the migration of images to the migration of dispositifs 2010. 6. 24 ~ 6. 25
30 Dominic McIver Lopes(Univ. of British Columbia) Convergence: Games and Art, Action and Experience 2010. 6.24 ~ 6. 25
31 Uwe Seifert(Univ. of Cologne) Investigating the Musical Mind: Cognitive Musicology, Situated Cognition, and Artistic Human Robot Interaction Design 2010. 6. 24 ~ 6. 25
32 Ipke Wachsmuth(Univ. of Bilefeld) Machines that act like Persons 2010. 6. 24 ~ 6. 25
33 Eric Maigret (University of Paris III) A Radical Cultural View on Convergence : disjuncture and difference in the media. The case of the comic books industry 2010. 6. 24 ~ 6. 25
34 Lorraine Code (York Univ.) The Power of Social Imaginaries: Fact, Fiction, and the Politics of Knowledge 2009. 9. 4 ~ 9. 5
35 Homi Bhabha(Harvard Univ.) On Global Memory: Reflections on Barbaric Transmission 2009. 9. 4 ~ 9. 5
36 Azadeh Kian-Thiebaut(Paris 7) Gender Diversity, and Ethnocentrism in Europe 2009. 9. 4 ~ 9. 5
37 Yasar Aydin (Univ. Hamburg) History and Alterity: Strangerhood Attribution as a Means of Establishing Boundaries 2009. 9. 4 ~ 9. 5
38 Jennifer Terry(Univ. of California, Irvine) Objectum-Sexuality 2009. 9. 4 ~ 9. 5
39 Kyung-Sik Suh(Tokyo Keizai Univ.) "Zanichi" Who?: The Other Who Cannot Move across Borders 2009. 9. 4 ~ 9. 5
40 Shirley Samuels(Cornell Univ.) Race abd the National Body 2009. 9. 4 ~ 9. 5
41 Inderpal Grewal(Univ. of California, Irvine) Globalization, Neoliberalism and Security: New Challenges for Feminist Politics 2008. 9. 4 ~ 9. 5
42 Grace Kyungwon Hong(UCLA) Death as Possibility: Racialized Social Death and Neoliberalism 2008. 9. 4 ~ 9. 5
43 Laikwan Pang(Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong) Cinematic Identification and Visual Exess: Wong Ching-po's Hong Kong Gangster Films 2008. 9. 4 ~ 9. 5
44 Holger Heide(Univ. of Bremen) Globalization of Work 2008. 9. 4 ~ 9. 5
45 Hiroko Sakamoto(Hitotsubashi Univ.) Creation of New Networks of Plural Identities 2008. 9. 4 ~ 9. 5
       

Visiting Scholars for Colloquium

Number

Scholar’s Name

Title of Lecture

Date of Invitation

1

쯔쯔이 아키히로

아쿠타가와 류노스케 문체의 경년(經年)변화 2012. 3. 30
2 Renate Ferro, Timothy Murray (Cornell Univ.) Things Rule, Media Fantasies of the Open 2012. 1. 4
3 지젤 세젱제르 (Univ. Paris-Est) 문학과 철학, 문학과 문화의 관계 2011. 10. 6
4 디트마 골트슈닉(Graz Univ.)) 문학사와 제계정치의 맥락에서 읽는 파울 첼란의 시 2011. 9. 29
5 Ravinder Kaur (Institute of Technology Dehli) Social Consequences of Demographic Imbalance 2010. 11. 11
6 로버타 장 하와이 한인과 한인공동체 2010. 9. 27
7 위르겐 밀러 (바이로이트 대학교) 미디어학과 미디어경제학 2010. 9. 17
8 Sebastian Seung (MIT) Connectome: a neuroscientist's search for the self 2010. 4. 2
9 Jean Bessiere(Univ. Paris 3) Multiculturalism & anthropological perspectives in literature 2009. 12. 11
10 Thomas Schwarz (Jawaharlal Nehru Univ.) Kulturelle Hybriditat 2009. 11. 27
11 수키 김(Suki Kim) (재미 한인 작가) <통역사>의 저자, 수키 김이 추구하는 정체성의 의미 2009. 10. 9
12 Lorraine Code (York Univ.) The Power of Ignorance 2009. 9. 1
13 Rocio G, Davis(Univ. of Navarra) Personal criticism and Academe 2009. 6. 11
14 Michael Wetzel(Univ. of Bonn) 번역으로서의 상호매체성(텍스트와 이미지) 2009. 6. 3
15 Karen Tongson(Univ. of Southern California) Relocation: Queer Suburban imaginaries 2009. 5. 29
16 Olav Schroer(Univ. of Dusseldorf) 동시대 독일영화에 나타난 폭력성 2009. 5. 22
17 Laura Hyun Yi Kang (Univ. of California, Irvine) The Flash of intersectionality: Visuality and Cultural Critique 2009. 4. 16
18 Young-sun Hong (뉴욕주립대) Jumbo shirimp, military intelligence, and European transnationalism? 2009. 4. 10
19 Nadia Khammiri 튀니지 여성의 사회참여 및 그 동력 2009. 3. 20