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The 3rd Young Writer’s Symposium of Korea and India
제3회 한국・인도 젊은 문학인 세미나
Literature’s embodiment of Divinity and desire for salvation
문학의 신성(Divinity) 구현, 그리고 구원을 갈구하는 문학


Dates: July 3, 2010 (Sat.) 10:00~17:00
Venue: Conference Hall No.1, India International Centre, New Delhi, India
Hosted by: Indo-Korean Foundation of Korea & In-Ko Foundation of India
Organized by: Korean Artists for India (KAFI), Indian International Centre (IIC)
Supported by : Korean Embassy to India, Indian Embassy to Korea
Sponsored by : The Korean Arts Council, The Daesan Foundaton, BOOK HOUSE(Publishers), Beginning of 1,000 year(Publishers),

Purpose: Divinity and Salvation are the most traditional topics of literature. Literature is a quest for conditions of human existence, and if dreaming beyond the quest, literature’s ultimate purposes are the embodiment of divinity and pursuit of salvation. Through this question, a fundamental topic, one will see a common interest among literary scholars of Korea and India and their various attitudes for those interests.

Part 1 (10:00~11:30)
Opening event and keynote address
● Opening address by Mr. Kim Tae-Hyung (poet, president of Korean Artists for India)
● Greetings: Current Korean Ambassador to India(planned), Current Indian Ambassador to Korea(message, planned) Present of IIC(planned), C.K.Chung (Chief Vision Director of Indo-Korean Foundation)
● Prominent beginning by Kim Choon Sik (Literary critic, Professor at Dong Guk University)
“Literature’s embodiment of divinity and desire for salvation”
● Keynote address by Mr. K.T.Ravindran
Architect, President of In-Ko Foundation. Professor & head of Urban Design at School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi. Chairman of Delhi Urban Art Commission, Member of Advisory Board of United Nations Capital Master Plan (appointed by Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki Moon at Jan. 2010)

Part 2 (11:30~13:30)
“Literature striving for Salvation, Fiction striving for Utopia”
●Topic 1 – Ms. Giti Chandra (Critic, Professor)
“The literary world of Indiana poets, with ‘holiness’ and ‘salvation’ as the main topics”
●Topic 2 – Mr. Lee Jae Bok (Literary critic, Professor at Han Yang University)
“What is the ‘salvation’ Korean fiction strives for?”
●Discussion –Ms. Kim Sun-Jae (Novelist), Mr.Upamanyu Chatterjee (Author, Bureaucrat)
Lunch (13:30~14:30)

Part 3 (14:30~16:30)
“Poetry’s way of finding the ultimate truth”
●Topic 1 – Mr. Hong Yong Hee (Literary critic, Professor of Kyung Hee Cyber University)
“Are ‘Divineness’ and ‘Salvation’ important themes in Korean poetry?”
●Topic 2 – Ms. Rukmini B. Nair(Poet, professor, critic)
“The literary world of Indiana poets, with ‘Divinity’ and ‘salvation’ as the main topics”
●Discuss – Ms. Chun Su Ho (Poet), Mr. K. Satchidanandan(poet, critic, Secretary of Sahitya Akademi)

Vote of thanks (16:30~17:00)

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