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2nd Symposium of the writers of India & Korea 2009


Subject:
Responses and Politics of Literature in the Era of Globalization
Date: 02 August 2009, Sunday
Time: 10:00 ~ 18:00
Place: India International Center, New Delhi

Organized by
Indo-Korean Foundation (in Korea) www.india.or.kr
In-Ko Foundation (in India)

Carried by
KAFI (Korean Artists for India) http://cafe.daum.net/artindia
IIC(India International Centre)  http://www.iicdelhi.nic.in

Sponsored by
ACK (Arts Council Korea) http://www.arko.or.kr

Supported by
Indian Embassy to Korea, Korean Embassy to India (yet to confirm)

Objective
Despite the fact that social and political aspect of literature has long been raison d'etre of modern literature, the recent Korean literature adverts from politics and social engagement. It could also be said that being apolitical is political in nature. Discussions on the political aspect of literature would provide opportunities to better understand not only the writings in India and Korea, but also their socio-politics.

 

Program (Schedule)

Opening (10:00 ~ 10:35) : Greeting words from
Embassy of India to Korea, Embassy of Korea to India (yet to confirm) & IIC
KAFI, In-Ko Foundation & Indo-Korean Foundation

Part I (10:40 ~ 12:00) : Poetry in India and Korea: Its Politics and Prospect

1 - "Social engagement and politics in Korean poetry "
- Mr. Choon-Shik Kim, Critic & Prof. at Dong-Guk Univ.
2 - "Feminism in Indian Poetry"
- Ms. Anamika, Poet
Discussants
Mr. Tae-Hyung Kim, Poet & Critic / Mr. Ashok Vajpai, Poet & Critic

Lunch break (12:00 ~ 13:25)

Part II (13:30 ~ 15:30) : Indian and Korean Novels in the 21st Century

1- "Feminism in the recent Indian novels"
- Dr. Deeptipriya Mehrotra, Novelist & Teacher of Political Science
2- "Social engagement of the recent Korean novels"
- Mr. Ki-Don Hong, Critic & Prof. at Catholic Univ. of Korea
3 – "Main motive in the current Indian plays"
- Prof. Tripurari Sharma, Theatre/film writer & Prof. at the National School of Drama
Discussants
Dr. N.A. Jacob, Critic & Teacher of English Literature / Mr. Hyun-Seok Bhang, Novelist & Prof.

Tea Break (15:30 ~ 15:55)

Part III (16:00 ~ 18:00) : Role and Status of Literature in the Era of Globalization
- Chaired by Dr. Rohit Prasad, Poet & Prof.
Free Discussion



Indo-Korean Foundation
www.india.or.kr

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