Korean Studies Institute (KSI)

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The USC Korean Studies Institute (KSI) encourages understanding of Korea within the USC community and beyond.  Focusing on both historical and contemporary issues, KSI seeks to increase the visibility of Korean studies through its student and faculty support and ambitious public programming.

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Upcoming Events

Enduring Truths about North Korea

How exactly are we to understand the situation with North Korea? And how should we position ourselves to deal with the country? Professor David Kang,...

9/19 1pm
Navigating Graduate (PhD) Life

Professors David Kang (international relations) and Brett Sheehan (history) will share tips and pointers on navigating Ph.D. life. The Graduate Student...

9/25 12pm
KSI Community Lunch

A monthly gathering of USC faculty, students, and staff part of the Korean studies academic community. By invitation only.

9/26 12pm
Outside the Box [Office] and USC KSI Screening of "The Bacchus Lady" and Conversation with South Korean Director E J-Yong

Outside the Box [Office] and The USC Korean Studies Institute invite you and a guest to a special screening of The Bacchus Lady. Written & Directed by E...

9/26 7pm
KSI Undergraduate Fellows Workshop - "From the Topic to a Research(able) Question"

KSI Undergraduate Fellows Workshop #1 - required attendance for KSI Undergraduate Fellows.

9/28 6pm

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