Interdisciplinary Political Science International Lab Workshop Series 2022 (4)



 

안녕하세요.

정치학과 4단계 BK21 교육연구단입니다.


정치학과 BK21 교육연구단에서는

여러 국가의 학자들과 공동으로 다양한 주제로 융복합정치학국제랩워크샵을 개최하고 있습니다.


관심있는 원우님들의 많은 참여 부탁드립니다.


[Workshop 4-1] Interdisciplinary Dialogue on How to Decolonize Social Sciences in Korea

● Date: 2022. 7. 27, Wednesday 10:30~12:10

● Venue: 201 Yonhee Hall, Yonsei University

● Host: Critical Approaches to Political Science Lab

● Discussant: Critical Approaches to Political Science Lab Members and Participants

● Presenter

Jesook Song and Yoonkyung Lee. "Decolonizing Postcolonial Korean Studies."

(Professor in the Department of Anthropology at University of Toronto) and

(Professor in the Department of Sociology at University of Toronto)

Young Chul Cho and Jungmin Seo.

"The Emergence and Evolution of International Relations Studies in Postcolonial South Korea."

(Associate Professor in The School of International Studies at Jeonbuk National University) and

(Professor in the Department of Political Science and International Studies at Yonsei University)

Seoyoung Choi. "A Feminist Comparative Method of Doing IR: Connected Comparison and IR as a Heuristic Device."

(PhD Student in the Department of Political Science at Yonsei University)

In this workshop, the participants will engage in an interdisciplinary conversation on how to decolonize social sciences in Korea. The discussion concerns a dialogue among Jesook Song and Yoonkyung Lee’s co-authored working paper “Decolonizing Postcolonial Korean Studies”, Jungmin Seo and Young Chul Cho’s co-authored article “The Emergence and Evolution of International Relations Studies in Postcolonial South Korea” published on the Review of International Studies, and Seoyoung Choi’s working paper “A Feminist Comparative Method of Doing IR: Connected Comparison and IR as a Heuristic Device.”

[Workshop 4-2] Decolonization in IR Scholarship

● Date: 2022. 7. 27, Wednesday 15:00~17:00

● Venue: 201 Yonhee Hall, Yonsei University

● Host: Critical Approaches to Political Science Lab

● Presenter

Olivia Umurerwa Rutazibwa. “Decolonizing IR: Stakes and Approaches.”

Assistant Professor in Human Rights and Politics in the Department of Sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), UK and Senior Research Fellow of the Johannesburg Institute of Advanced Studies (JIAS), South Africa

Young Chul Cho. “Decolonizing Strategies for Knowledge Production.”

Associate Professor in the School of International Studies, Jeonbuk National University, South Korea

Jungmin Seo. “(Ab)use of Strategic Essentialism in IR.”

Professor in the Department of Political Science and International Studies, Yonsei University, South Korea


● Discussant:

Seoyoung Choi (PhD Student, Yonsei University, Political Science)

Sunghyun Kim (PhD Student, Yonsei University, Political Science)