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4 Nov: Launch conference PGRC, Busan PNU-Groningen Research Centre

07 September 2016


The PNU-Groningen Research Centre (PGRC) will organize its first conference at Pusan National University in Busan on 4 November. The conference follows at teaching module provided by the University of Groningen at PNU.

Pusan National University
Pusan National University
Contributors to the conference from the University of Groningen include:

- Prof. Joost Herman
- Dr. David Shim

The PNU-Groningen Research Centre (PGRC) is a partnership between Pusan National University (PNU) and the University of Groningen. The Centre is hosted by the Social Sciences Institute at PNU. At the University of Groningen, the Centre is coordinated by its initiators Globalisation Studies Groningen (GSG) and Centre for East Asian Studies Groningen (CEASG).                    

The inter-faculty Centre follows the successful examples of the Dutch Studies Centre at Fudan, the International Studies Centre at Tsinghua University, and the Dutch Studies Centre at Osaka University (ee CEASG website under Research for centralized information). The project also draws upon the many Korean studies related activities of the Centre for East Asian Studies Groningen (CEASG), and the active partnership between the University of Groningen and PNU.

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