Korean events at University of Hawai‘i

Next week are two University of Hawai‘i–Mānoa events at which we’ll be offering copies of The Colors of Dawn: Twentieth-Century Korea Poetry for purchase:

  • “Translating Contemporary Korean Poetry: Problems and Joys” with Brother Anthony of Taizé, Lee Si-Young, and Kim Soo-Bok, sponsored by the Words@Manoa Series of the Creative Writing Program, Department of English. This event will be on Wednesday, February 17, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in Kuykendall 410. For further information, please contact Gary Pak at gpak@hawaii.edu.
  • “Korean Poetry Today: A Symposium Featuring Three Contemporary Korean Poets” with Lee Si-Young, Kim Seung-Hee, Kim Soo-Bok, and Brother Anthony of Taizé, sponsored by the Center for Korean Studies and the Department of English. This event will be on Thursday, February 18, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the CKS Auditorium. Limited paid ($6) parking is available in the adjacent parking lot. For further information, including  access for the handicapped, call CKS at (808) 956-7041.