Geog 344: Korea: People, Places, and Futures
An introduction to the society and geography of North and South Korea
addressing contemporary issues of race, gender, sexuality, generation,
kinship, and trans/national identity formation through topics such as
political ideology, K-pop, transnational adoption, the sex industry, and
defection from North Korea. Emphasis will be placed on geographically
situating these topics, especially in the dynamic neighborhoods of Seoul
and in Korea’s landscapes most marked by division and war.
- Lecture: Lecture for Geog 344
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