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Korean Grammar
viewed by Western Scholars

Japan Punch, October 1882 (Robert Neff collection)

Pawel Kida
PhD, Assistant Professor, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland

9th – 13th January, 2017
In the focus of the lecture are some precious sources: Books written by western scholars who
initiated the study of Korean grammar. Western scholars began their study of Korean with
the collection of vocabulary needed for missionary work. This evolved into the base of
Korean grammar. We will concentrate on morphological and syntactic aspects of Korean and
how they were perceived in Western eyes. As Korean is an agglutinative language and
morphologically different from Western languages, these pioneers had many problems to
adjust and to group vocabulary into different parts of speech. Each system of ordering the
language material betrays a huge influence of the scholar’s mother language. We thus take a
look at Korean grammar from an unusual point of view, i.e. the history and evolution of
scholarly interpretations. Besides those with a specific interest in Korean grammar the lecture
can serve all who learn Korean because they will profit from looking at this language from a
different angle.
Pawel Kida is Assistant Professor at the Department of Korean Philology at Adam
Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland. He earned an MA and PhD degree in
Korean Linguistics from Seoul National University in Seoul. Previously, he has
served as a lecturer of Polish language at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.
His research interests include Korean Grammar, Teaching Korean as a Foreign
Language, Korean Pragmatics, and Korean Culture. He is a translator and interpreter.
VO, Montag bis Freitag (9. bis 13. Jänner 2017), täglich von 18:15 – 20:15 im Seminarraum Koreanologie
2.00 ECTS (1.00 SWS), SPL 15 - Ostasienwissenschaften
Modul Alternative Erweiterungen (BA), EC A 153 Interkulturelle Kompetenz Ostasien, MA ECOS Wahlfach
Diese Lehrveranstaltung wird ermöglicht durch eine CEEPUS-mobility. Das CEEPUS-Netzwerk "Korean
Studies in Central and Eastern Europe" besteht seit 2011 und wurde von Andreas Schirmer initiiert,
der seither die Zusammenarbeit der ingesamt elf beteiligten Institutionen koordiniert. Wenn Sie als
Studierende der Koreanologie Interesse an einer CEEPUS-mobility (einem Stipendium) haben, informieren
Sie sich bitte unter über die wesentlichen Eckdaten und wenden Sie sich dann an

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