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Look below for specific details. To join our mailing list, email asian. It is not enough to explain that the culture and ideas of the Yangban elite were diffused over time. Focusing on the differences manifested in each social standing — of yangban , commoner, and low class— this presentation analyzes the household registration policy of the state, the composition of a household, the changes in the ways of the succession of householder, and the position of widows. Rather, it witnessed rifts and produced unevenness. She received degrees in history from Sogang University, Korea B.
She has also published widely on the gender studies, cultural history, and memory in East Asia. If you are attending a Munk School event and require accommodation s , please email the event contact listed above to make appropriate arrangements.
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