Song-Chong Lee, Ph.D., assistant professor of religious studies and philosophy at The University of Findlay, will offer a Korean language class to UF students and community members from 5-6 p.m. on Tuesdays during the fall semester. Those interested should join by Sept. 11.
Students will learn an introductory level of the Korean language and brief history of the country and popular culture. There is a $30 student fee for learning materials.
Lee’s scholarly and teaching interests include Asian religions, religion and politics, Korean Christianity and Neo-Confucianism. Lee serves as co-director of the Findlay Korean Language and Culture School. His recent publications include “A Lesson from Paul on Interreligious Dialogue” and “A Perspective on Deuteronomy: Encountering a New Minjung.”
For more information about the class, contact Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written by Evan Rowland
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