KOREA Peninsula in Turmoil

Keith Harrison, Martin Jervis, Andrew Jones

The Korean peninsula has acted as the region’s lynchpin, constantly subjected to occupation by its more powerful neighbours, China, Japan and, latterly, Russia. Currently, its divided state threatens destabilization and potential (global) nuclear war. We examine Korea’s complex history and ask: “Can its peoples ever be united once more as a single nation? 

Jan    8            The Hermit Kingdom (1637 -1871) [MJ]
Jan  15           Empire of the Sun (1871-1936) [MJ]
Jan 22            The Pacific War (1936-1945) [MJ]
Jan  29           Cold War Division (1945-1950) [KH]
Feb    5             The Korean War (1950-1954) [AJ]                          
Feb 12             North Korea (1954  – 2016) [MJ]
Feb 19            South  Korea (1954 – 2016) [MJ]
Feb  26          Two Mad Men? (2017-2019) [MJ]

Day: Tuesdays              Time:  13.30-15.30

Eight weeks, starting 8 January– 26 February 2019

Venue:
Emmanuel Church
6 Barlow Moor Road
Didsbury,
Manchester
M20 6TR.

PriceConcessionsMinimum No.Maximum No.
£48n/a1230

To reserve a place please contact, Andrew Jones  Telephone: 0161-491-2874

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