2007 UCLA Luce Center Conference on Korean Christianity

2007 UCLA Luce Conference on Korean Christianity
April 27, 2007
4357 Bunche Hall, UCLA

Topic: Korean Christianity between Indigenization and Globalization

09:10 Welcoming Remarks
Dr. John Duncan, Director of the UCLA Center for Korean Studies; Dr. Sung-Deuk Oak, Luce Fellow, UCLA

Session 1

09:20-10:20 Dr. Donald Clark, Trinity University in Texas
“Post-Colonial Studies and Korean Christianity”
Response by Dr. Young Lee Hertig, Azusa Pacific University and ISAAC

10:20-11:20 Dr. Rhie Deok Joo, Methodist Theological Seminary, Seoul
“The Early Revival Movements and the Indigenization of Christianity in Korea”
Response by Dr. Sung-Deuk Oak, UCLA

11:20-11:45 Discussion

11:45-1:00 Lunch

Session 2

1:00-2:00 Dr. Anselm Kyongsuk Min, Claremont Graduate University
“Korean Christianity between Tradition and Globalization: Resources, Challenges, Opportunities”
Response by Dr. Young Lee Hertig, Azusa Pacific University and ISAAC

2:00-3:00 Dr. Sung Gun Kim, Seowon University
“Korean Protestant Christianity in the Midst of Globalization”
Response by Dr. Sung-Deuk Oak, UCLA

3:00-4:00 Dr. Young-chan Ro, George Mason University
“Korean Diaspora, Christianity, and the Globalization of Korean Culture”
Response by Dr. Young Lee Hertig, Azusa Pacific University and ISAAC

4:00:-4:40 Discussion
Closing Remarks

Sung-Deuk Oak
UCLA Center for Korean studies
11371 Bunche Hall
Phone: (310)825-3284
Fax: (310)206-3555
Email Dr. Sung-Deuk Oak
Visit the website at http://www.isop.ucla.edu/korea/

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