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Symposium: (Un)Building Colonial Space in Korea, 1910-1945 - Part 2

 

This interdisciplinary colloquium engages the following questions: How is Korean colonial space constructed in, and through, literature, archaeology, visual culture, and architecture? How do we know of the colonial built environment as epistemology and as site, either material or imagined? We are talking within and beyond the spatial practices of colonialism, as they appear and are understood as urban form and architecture. The presenters and discussants will examine the consumption, experience, and circulation of Korea’s colonial subjectivity through spatial constructs and imaginaries.



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