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Pictori media library: An interactive Korean image database.

Materials on Korea are scattered across libraries all over the world. This library is a unique web-based library that will provide links to all publicly available and important Korean image collections in Australia.

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Pictori media library: An interactive Korean image database.

Outreach activities for the academic community and general public

The ANU-AKS Speaker Series/Artists-in-Residence Program invites scholars and artists of international reputation who are doing exciting and innovative Korean-focused research or creative work.

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Outreach activities for the academic community and general public

ANU Korean Studies Program awarded a five-year grant

The Academy of Korean Studies has awarded the ANU Korean Studies Program a five-year grant in the category of Overseas Leading University Program for Korean Studies.

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ANU Korean Studies Program awarded a five-year grant

Academy of Korean Studies Beginning in 2011, this five-year Academy of Korean Studies (AKS) funded Transnational Humanities in Korean Studies (THKS) project aims to enhance and transform humanities research and teaching in the field of Korean Studies through theme-based and transnational approaches. It will capitalise on the existing strengths in humanities research in Korean and Asian Studies at the Australian National University where the College of Asia and the Pacific is home to nearly 250 scholars who conduct research on and teach a wide range of topics about Asia. Our Korean Studies program is uniquely positioned to innovate in the field of Korean Studies and this project's initiatives aim to maximize the geographical advantage we have to build closer academic and cultural ties with Korea and other Asian countries. We envision a future direction in Korean Studies that transcends the conventional scope of 'area studies' by emphasizing the role of Korean history, culture, and people as a vital part of and key nexus in global history.

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