On the afternoon of May 27, UNIST held the thrid lecture of the “Science + Humanities Lecture Series”, as part of the 2016 Science Walden Concert.
The Science and Humanities Lecture Series is open to the public and all staff and students are encouraged to attend. This event, consisting of five consecutive lectures brings together artists, scientists, and academics who want to engage in discussion at the intersection of science, art, and humanities.
The third lecturer of this year’s Science Walden Concert is Prof. Jong Hyun Hwang of Division of Korean Language & Literature and Literature and Creative Writing at Dongguk University, presenting “Literature Meets Science: In the Case of South Korea in the Early 20th Centry”.
The Science Walden Concert is an art-based science project, integrating the arts, humanities, and science with modern technology. The primary purpose of this concert is to address social issues, associated with human alienation, absence of communication, and economic difficulties.