Sijo Workshop for Educators
In collaboration with the East Asian Studies Center at Indiana University
September 28, 2019
Pike High School
5401 W 71st St
Indianapolis, IN 46268
This program includes overviews and comparisons of Korean sijo, Chinese jueju, and Japanese haiku with attention to thematic and stylistic similarities and differences; an introduction to Korean pansori and traditional storytelling; and discussions on how to teach sijo in a high school setting.
In addition to lectures will be a pungmul-nori concert by members of the Global Pungmul Institute.
Dinner will be provided on Saturday, featuring delicious authentic Korean food and liquor.
This program is co-organized by the Sejong Cultural Society and the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA) National Coordinating Site at Indiana University's East Asian Studies Center.
- Prof. Mark Peterson, Brigham Young University
- Assoc. Prof. Daniel Hsieh, Purdue University
- Ms. Regina Harris Baiocchi, Chicago, IL
- Ms. Elizabeth Jorgensen, Arrowhead Union High School, WI
Meals and a certificate of participation will be provided to all participants.
Participation includes a stipend based on roundtrip travel distance from the workshop venue.
Registration is now open on the Indiana University website. A $40 non-refundable registration fee will be required upon acceptance to the workshop.
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