2012 International Conference Korean Association of Central & Eastern European



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2012 International Conference
Korean Association of Central & Eastern European

and Balkan Studies

Eastern European and Balkan Institute, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

Jagiellonian University


East and Central Europe

as a New Potential Power

Date & Time_ July 17 (Tuesday) 09:30 - 18:00

Venue_ Jagiellonian University,

Collegium Novum& ul. Gołębia 14/16/18, Kraków

Host_ Korean Association of Central & Eastern European and Balkan Studies / Eastern European and Balkan Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

Jagiellonian University

Invitation

Prof. Cheong Byung Kwon, Ph. D.

President, The Korea Association of Central, East European & Balkan Studies

Dear distinguished and respected participants,

I am really glad to see such great interest in our conference today and appreciate that each and every one of you has taken the time to come here today. I would also like to express my sincere gratitude to the Jagiellonian University for the friendly support for our conference.

Since its establishment in 1999, the Korean Association of Central, East European & Balkan Studies has been organizing three conferences each year, and publishing the results from our members’ research in our quarterly journal, the Journal of Central, East European & Balkan Studies. Each year, we also hold an international conference at a university in Central and Eastern Europe. Our host countries have included Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Estonia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, as well as Canada. Today, we have the great honor to hold our conference here in this famous historical hall in Collegium Novum.

Today, the Asian and the European academics have convened to develop a better understanding for each other, and to discover ways of effectively working together. Since the 1960s, the changes and growth in Korea have occurred rapidly. Especially in the areas of economy, culture, and the sciences, Korea has been fortunate in witnessing so much development in the past few decades. Similar developments can also be found in this part of the world, however. Since 1989 and the breakdown of the Soviet Bloc, political and economic changes have been introduced to the East European countries. Since then, there has been much economic, technological, and cultural cooperation between Korea and the Central and East European countries. We sincerely hope that this is just the beginning and that our collaboration will continue to expand and develop. We most definitely will continue to do our part in contributing to this wonderful cultural and educational exchange, and hope that you will join us in our endeavours.

I am really grateful to everybody who has helped, supported and sacrificed a lot of time and energy for our conference. Special thanks goes to Rector Musioł, Professor Koj, Professor Miodunka, Professor Przybylska, Professpr Horbatowski, Professor Estera Choi, and Professor Kim Yong Deog, and to Dr. Lee Jiwone. Thank you for making this conference happen. I hope that all of you have a good time during our conference.

Lastly, I would like to invite those of you who are here for the first time to take the time to explore Kraków. You will soon find that this city is like a treasure museum, and that wherever you go, you will be drawn to the lively and dynamic atmosphere. I hope you have a great time in this wonderful city and that you enjoy your summer days. Thank you.

Programme

09:30-10:30 Registration & Opening

(Collegium Novum, Aula. ul. gołębia 24, 1 piętro)

-Rektor UJ.

-Prof. Władysław Miodunka

10:30-13:00 Session 1 (ul. Gołębia 14/16/18)

Group 1. Linguistics & Literature - 4 Readings (room 9, ul. gołębia 18)

Group 2. Area Studies - 5 Readings (room 63, ul. gołębia 14)

Group 3. Linguistics and Literature/POLAND - 4 Readings (room 42,

ul. gołębia 16)
13:00-14:00 Lunch at Convivium
14:00-18:00 Session 2

Group 1 A. Linguistics and Literature - 5 Readings (room 9, ul. gołębia 18)

Group 1 B. Literature - 5 Readings (room 8, ul. gołębia 18)

Group 2. Area Studies -7 Readings (room 63, ul. gołębia 14)

Group 3 A. Area Studies/POLAND - 6 Readings (room 42, ul. gołebia 16)

Group 3 B. Linguistics and Literature/POLAND - 6 Readings (room 52,

ul. gołębia 16)
18:30 Dinner

Session 1) 10:30~13:00

Group 1. Linguistics and Literature (room 9, ul. gołębia 18)

Chair: Prof. Kwon, Jae Il

Kwon, Chol Kun, Apollon Grigor'ev and His Organic Criticism,

Professor, Dept. of Russian Studies, HUFS, Discussion: Kim, Kyuchin

Sándor Kovács, Opium: Diary of a Madwoman. A Comparative Analysis of János Szász's Movie and Géza Csáth's Writings,

Professor, Department of Hungarian Studies, HUFS, Discussion: Yoo, Jinil.

Choo, Sukhoon, Reflexive Verbs and the Nature of the Lexicon in Russian and Polish, Professor, Dept. of Russian Studies, HUFS, Discussion: Emilia Szałkowska-Kim.

Kim, Kyuchin, An Analysis of Karel Capek's Drama the White Plague,

Professor, Dept. of Czech and Slovak Studies, HUFS, Discussion: Sándor Kovács


Group 2. Area Studies (room 63, ul. gołębia 14)

Chair: Prof. Chair: Prof. Ahn, Sung Ho

Moon, Yoo-Jin (presenter), Analysis of Country Competitive Advantage between Hungary and Korea Based on Financial Conditions and Mind-Set (thesis co-authored by Moon, Yoo-jin : Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Hwang, Young-Ho : Kunsan National University, Hwang, Woo-Taek : New York University),

Professor, Management Information Systems, Discussion: Ko, Wansuk.

Kim, Seung Jin, Changes in Trade Patterns of OECD East European Countries and Korea in the Manufacturing Sector over the Last Decade,

Professor, Dept. of International Economics& Law, HUFS,

Discussion: Moon, Yoo-Jin

Hong, Wansuk, Belarus’ Foreign Policy: Evolution, Driving Forces, Choices,

Director, Institute of Russian Studies, Discussion: Kim, Shin Kyu.

Kim, Giseung, Study on Comparative Advantage of Russia and Korea over the last decade,

Professor, Economics, Pusan National University, Discussion: Kim, Seung Jin.

Kim, Shin Kyu, A study on the far left-right parties in Central and Eastern Europe, Professor, Dept. of Czech and Slovak Studies, HUFS, Discussion: Hong, Wansuk
Group 3. Linguistics and Literature/POLAND (room 42, ul. gołębia 16)

Chair: Prof. Władysław Miodunka

Cheong, Byungkwon, 25 lat polonistyki koreańskiej, Prof., Uniwersytet Języków Obcych, Polonistyka.

Renata Przybylska, Promocja języka polskiego - cele i formy, Prof.,Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków.

Jolanta Tambor, Romuald Cudak, Śląsk i Zagłębie z perspektywy dwóch stron rzeki. Problematyka regionu we współczesnej Europie,

Prof.,Instytut Języka Polskiego, Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Prof., Katedra Międzynarodowych Studiów Polskich, Uniwersytet Śląski Katowicach

Ryszard Kulesza, Od Dobrzyńskich z "Pana Tadeusza" do Bohatyrowiczów" z "Nad Niemnem" - co się stało z drobną szlachtą na Litwie w XIX wieku?, Prof. dr hab. Uniwersytet Warszawski.



Session 2) 14:00~18:00
Group 1 A. Linguistics and Literature (room 9, ul. gołębia 18)

Chair: Prof. Choo, Sukhoon

Shin, Ju-Cheol, Recognition of Polish in the declining years of Joseon,

Professor, Dept. of Korean Eduacation, Discussion: Kim, Sanghun Choi, Sungeun

Olena Shchegel, Adaptation and functioning of foreign proper names: on the example of Korean proper names in Ukrainian language based on newspapers analysis, 1991-1992,

Professor, Dept. of Ukrainian Studies, HUFS, Discussion: Kim, Inchon.

Kim, Inchon, The 1993 Czech Orthographic reform: Issues and Debates,

Professor, Dept. of Czech and Slovak Studies, HUFS, Discussion: Liviu Groza.

Liviu Groza, About French and Italian influence on Romanian Phraseology,

Professor, Dept. of Romanian, HUFS, Discussion: Olena Shchegel.

Kim, Sanghun, Reception and Significance of Milorad Pavić’s Works in South Korea, Professor, Dept. of South Slavic Studies, HUFS, Discussion: Shin, Ju-Cheol.


Group 1 B. Literature (room 8, ul. gołębia 18)

Chair: Prof. Sándor Kovács

Kwon, Jae Il, A Study on the Way of Expression in Czech Proletarian Poetry,

Professor, Dept. of Czech and Slovak Studies, HUFS, Discussion: Discussion: Lee,Jeong Ho .

Lyudmila Atanasova, Functions of Irony in Ivailo Petrov's Novel "Before I was Born, and Afterwards, and After My Death",

Professor Dept. of Greek and Bulgarian Language, HUFS, Discussion: Kwon, Chol Kun.

Lee, Jeong Ho, The Impact of Leo Tolstoy on M. K. Gandhi,

Professor, Dept of Hindi, Discussion: Lyudmila Atanasova

Moon, Seokwoo, The child in Anton Chekhov’s works,

Professor, Dept. of Russian Studies, Chosun University, Kwon, Jae Il

Yoo, Jinil, The characteristics of Imre Kertész´s novels as a "Literature of the Concentration Camps" - focused on Sorstalanság,

Research Professor, Dept. of Hungarian Studies, HUFS, Discussion: Moon, Seokwoo.

Group 2. Area Studies (room 63, ul. gołębia 14)

Chair: Prof. Chair: Prof. Kim, Seung Jin

Olena Hinda, Modern Ukrainian Diaspora in Italy as a sociocultural phenomenon, Professor, Filaret Kolessa Ukrainian Folklore Studies Dept.,Ivan Franko National University of L’viv, Discussion: Iryna Zbyr.

Park, Jin Woo, Comovement of Eastern European Stock Markets,

Professor, College of Business Administration, Discussion: Kim, Giseung

Ahn, Sung Ho, Ethnicity and reconciliation processing the Balkans,

Professor, Dept of Political Science & International Relations, Chungbuk National University, Discussion: Kim, Chul-Min.

Iryna Zbyr, The Story of "Pokuttia" Four-volume  Edition by Oskar Kolberg, Professor,

Pre-university Training Dept., Ivan Franko National University of L’viv , Ukraine, Discussion: Park, Jung O.

Ko, Wansuk, On the determinants of banking business profitability in Korea and Eastern Europe,

Professor, Management Information Systems, Discussion: Olena Hinda.

Park, Jung O, A Study on the Black Sea Region in a Historical and Strategical Perspective -With the Focus on Romania and Turkey-,

Professor, Dept. of Romanian Studies, HUFS, Discussion: Ahn, Sung Ho.

Kim, Chul-Min, The EU expansion into the Eastern Europe,

Professor, Dept. of South Slavic Studies, HUFS, Discussion: Park, Jin Woo.


Group 3 A. Area Studies / POLAND (room 42, ul. gołebia 16)

Chair: Prof. Cheong, Byung Kwon

Lee, Jiwone, Nurty projektanckie w książkach obrazkowych w Polsce po 2000,

dr, Uniwersytet Języków Obcych, Polonistyka.

Jolanta Sikorska-Kulesza, Pamięć o powstaniu styczniowym utrwalona w fotografii, Prof., Instytut Historyczny Uniwersytet Warszawski.

Kim, Youngdeog, Historia Polski w oczach koreańskich studentów,

Prof., Uniwersytet Języków Obcych, Polonistyka.

Jang, Sehee, Wygnanie Niemców z Czechoslowacji po II wojnie swiatowej,

mgr, Masarik University.

Filip Wiśniewski, Polski i koreański buddyzm - rożnice i podobieństwa, Koreanista, mgr.

Kim, Kyunam, KRL-D w polityce zagranicznej Polski i stosunki między obu państwami,

mgr Wydział nauk politycznych i dziennikarstwa, stosunki międzynarodowe,
Group 3 B. Linguistics / POLAND (room 52, ul. gołebia 16)

Chair: Prof. Jolanta Tambor

Prof. Zofia CygalKrupa, Sposoby wyrażania wartości w języku polskim,,

Prof. PWSZ w Tarnowie.

Piotr Wierzchoń, Gramatyka chronologizacyjna–z zagadnień neonimiki (na przykładzie języka koreańskiego i polskiego,

Prof. Instytut Językoznawstwa UAM.

Magda Pastuchowa, Etykieta językowa w korespondencji elektronicznej jako problem glottodydaktyczny,

dr hab. Uniwerytet Śląski.

Tomasz Lisowski, Etnocentryzm leksykalny. Język koreanski a język polski,

Prof. Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu.

Choi, Jeongin, Rozumienie współczesnych koreańskich zwyczajowych zwrotów grzecznościowych przez polskich studentów języka koreańskiego,

mgr Uniwersytet Warszawski

Emilia SzalkowskaKim, Czynniki kształtujące wymowę doroslych użytkowników języka obcego,



Prof. Uniwersytet Języków Obcych, Polonistyka.
18:30 Dinner




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