Korean

  • GRS LK 660: Korean Translation Workshop
    Graduate Prerequisites: Two 300-level Korean language courses such as LK 311, 312, 313, 319, 322, or consent of the instructor. Proficiency in contemporary Korean.Proficiency in Classical Chinese is welcome but optional.
    Intensive training in translation to enhance knowledge of Korean language and literature. Thematic exploration of Korean literary, intellectual and political history through the lens of translation. Individual and group translations. Includes public reading and envisioned publication.
  • GRS LK 675: Major Authors in Korean Literature
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: First Year Writing Seminar (e.g., WR 100 or WR 120)
    Graduate Prerequisites: Advanced Reading Proficiency of Korean, two or more 300-level Korean language courses such as LK 311, 312, 313, 319, and 322, or consent ofinstructor. First Year Writing Seminar (e.g., WR 100 or WR 12
    Closely examines major authors in Korean literature through their representative works in English translation. Students analyze each author's writing style, themes, and characters while exploring various theoretical questions, institutional practices, and cultural praxes regarding literary authors and authorship. Effective Fall 2021, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Writing-Intensive Course, Aesthetic Exploration.
    • Aesthetic Exploration
    • Writing-Intensive Course
  • GRS LK 680: Readings in Korean Literature
    Graduate Prerequisites: Admission to the MFA program in literary Translation, or graduate standing and consent of the instructor.
    This course is designed to introduce advanced Korean language learners to some of the critically acclaimed contemporary South Korean short stories in the original language while helping them improve their skills of reading, writing, and speaking.
  • GRS LK 951: Directed Study in Korean
    Graduate Prerequisites: consent of instructor and the department.
    Graduate-level directed study in a topic in Korean.
  • GRS LK 952: Directed Study in Korean
    Graduate Prerequisites: consent of instructor and the department.
    Graduate-level directed study in a topic in Korean.