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Conference’s Venue: Case Hall (Graduate School Building)
Address: 52, Ewhayeodae-gil, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
12:00-12:30 참가자 등록 (Registration)
13:30-13:40 개회사 (Opening Remarks)
13:40-13:50 축사 (Congratulatory Remarks)
13:50-14:30 기조연설 (Keynote Speech)
14:30-16:20 [세션1] 6인 발표 및 질의응답 / [Session1] Presentation,Q&A
TEAMWORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK: Assessing the Potential of Sports as a Tool of Public Diplomacy in Inter-Korean Relations
/ Sarah Kunis
Annyeonghaseyo to the digital sphere: The Online Public Diplomacy of the Korean Diaspora in the US / Eduardo Luciano Tadeo Hernández
‘PARTNERING FOR TOMORROW’: THE CONCEPTUALIZATION OF SOUTH KOREA’S PUBLIC DIPLOMACY TO ASEAN / Seksan Anantasirikiat
The Roles and Impacts of Sport in Public Diplomacy: The Case of FIFA World Cup 2002 Korea/Japan in Korea’s Perspective / Sang Jun Lee
PUBLIC DIPLOMACY INITIATIVES OF THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA TOWARDS THAI UN KOREAN WAR VETERANS AND DESCENDANTS / Nuporn Chantavarin
Native English Teachers in Korea: Background, Strategies and Proposals regarding EPIK and South Korean Public Diplomacy / J. Peter Boldt
16:20-16:30 휴식 (Coffee Break)
16:30-18:00 [세션2] 5인 발표 및 질의응답 / [Session2]Presentation,Q&A
SOUTH KOREA’S MIDDLE POWER DIPLOMACY TOWARDS LATIN AMERICA: FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE (ODA) / Anaïs Faure
Father and Daughter’s Saemaul Undong: True Replication or Mere Glorification? / Benjamin A. Engel
EDUCATION AS A SOFT POWER TOOL: KOREAN APPROACH TOWARDS UZBEKISTAN / Eriks Varpahovskis
PyeongChang 2018 and South Korea’s Strategic Use of Soft Power / Penelope Vandenberghe
Non-state Actors Case Study: Korean Quarterly, The voice of Korean adoptees in U.S. / Seong Hee Oh
**Keynote speech by Professor Nancy SNOW**
-Pax Mundi Professor of Public Diplomacy, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
-Adjunct Fellow, Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies (ICAS), Temple University Japan
-Professor Emeritus of Communications, California State University, Fullerton
First Place: David Baker
Second Place: Eduardo Luciano Tadeo Hernández
Third Place: Anantasirikiat Seksan
Seven people whose papers were adopted.
Thanks to all participants who had shown their best efforts.
– Times New Roman 12 font
– Double spaced
– No extra spacing above or below paragraphs
– Headings in bold and capitalized with two spaces before and one following (No numbering for the headings)
– Text justified on both sides
– First line of every paragraph indented 0.5 inch.
– Please submit your papers using MS Office Word (.docx)
For in-text citation and references, use APA 6th edition (see http://www.muhlenberg.edu/library/reshelp/apa_example.pdf)
Please refer to last year’s paper.
You can view it through the links below.
Great opportunity for graduate students who are interested in Korea’s diplomacy and soft power. Check out the call for papers!
Conference is in English and there are awards involved.
Organized by Hangang Network.
For any inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our first book, Korea’s Public Diplomacy, finally came out. This book is an outcome of the “Graduate Students’ Conference: Korea’s Public Diplomacy” which is organized by Hangang Network, Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Seoul National University Graduate School of International Studies.
The conference was also an academic article contest on the same topic. The articles in this book are written by ten graduate students from eight different countries and selected by an academic committee.
You can get a hard copy of the book -for free- if you visit our office, or download it here:
You can also watch the conference videos here: