Logo

0
Your cart is empty empty bag

Free Delivery Worldwide on orders over $50

Х

Korea and India: A Forging Relationship

 
Do Young Kim . (Editor) Sushila Narsimhan (Editor)
Synopsis Despite long historical and cultural linkages between Korea and India, the understanding of each others' history and culture is both qualitatively and quantitatively limited. Between March 2004 and February 2005, the Department of East Asian Studies organized three international conferences: (i "Korea into the Twenty-first Century" (March 2004); (ii) "Nativization of Korean Language Education" (November 2004); and (iii) "Modernizing Experiences of South Korea and India" (February 2005), with the aim of creating an academic environment for Korean studies at the university level; and secondary to help Indian scholars to understand various aspects of Korean history, politics, economy, society, and culture. The articles indicate a surge of interest among the Koreans about India and vice versa. The interest is no doubt motivated by economic factors, for Korea is emerging as one of the most competitive countries in the Indian market, but there are other reasons as well. The Koreans have also begun to find India a destination for higher studies which is evident from the increasing number of MoUs being signed between Indian and Korean universities. This book makes a modest attempt to open avenues to researchers engaged in the study of Korea, by bringing together in one volume a diverse array of studies, ranging from economics and politics, to language-related problems, religion and philosophy.
Read more
31.50 28.35 $ 35.00 $
Free delivery Wolrdwidе in 10-18 days Ships in 1-2 days from New Delhi Membership for 1 Year $35.00
Get it now and save 10%
Members SAVE 10% every day
BECOME A MEMBER
About the authors

Do Young Kim .

Do Young Kim, Visiting Faculty, Professor of Korean Language & Literature, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi, India. Author of Korean Language in India, Part I & II (New Delhi: Sterling Publications, 2000; Revised edition, 2001); Introduction to Korean Literature (New Delhi: Manas Publications, 2001); and Bharati Korean, Part I, II, & II-A (Delhi: University of Delhi Press, 2003-2005).

Sushila Narsimhan

Sushila Narsimhan, Reader, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi.

Write a review
Reviews 0in total
 

Bibliographic information

Title Korea and India: A Forging Relationship
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178271397
length xii+300p., Tables; Figures; Notes; References; Index; 23cm.
Subjects History