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Young Rae Choi on "Getbol: A Sticky History of South Korea's Beloved Mudflat, 1950s – Present"

  • April 29, 2021
  • 6:30 AM (EDT)

Young Rae Choi (Florida International University, USA) will present on "Getbol: A Sticky History of South Korea's Beloved Mudflat, 1950s – Present."

The Lunchtime Colloquium talks will be virtual. The talk can be streamed via YouTube (link below) and will be followed by a livestreamed discussion with the speaker via Zoom. Participants in the Zoom discussion need to register (see link below) in order to participate in the discussion.

The talk will go live on YouTube at 12:30 on Thursday, 29 April: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd9pm9iQsU8mna_hRpYJSuQ

Click here to register for the discussion following the talk (via Zoom). The discussion starts at 13:15: https://lmu-munich.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAofuuspjkqGN0lmZ8zhciDJezjspHGr51D


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