Moses Csoma

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Nativitas: 11 Maii 1978; Budapestinum
Patria: Hungaria

Officium

Munus: Rerum gestarum scriptor, legatus

Moses Csoma (Coreane: 초머 모세, natus die 11 Maii 1978) est Coreanista natione Hungarus, historiae Coreanae rerumque Paeninsulae Coreanae civilium indagator, professor doctor habilitatus, adiutor senior indagationis. Ex anno 2008o, professor erat Universitatis Budapestiniensis (ELTE), qui in Hungaria praestitit de condendo et administrando Rerum Corenarum Magisterio. Ex mense Februario anni 2018i, indagatoris senioris operam dat in Nationali Universitate Servitiorum Publicorum, Budapestini. Ineunte mense Septembri anni 2018i, operam dat ambassiatoris Hungarici ad Rem Publicam Coreanam et Rem Publicam Popularem Coreanam.[1][2]

Studia academica[recensere | fontem recensere]

Moses Csoma Budapestini discebat in Schola Secundaria de Sigismundo Móricz nominata. Anno 1996o certamine nationali victo (OKTV) studia sua incepit in Universitate Budapestiniensi sine examine probationis[3]. Inter annum 1996um et 2002um, studiis se dedit historicis et politicis eadem in universitate, cursibusque interfuit Coreanis in instituto quod recentissime Schola Commercialis Budapestiniensis nuncupatur. Anno 2001o, certamen nationale universitatum (OTDK) secundo loco vicit, de politicis Paeninsulae Coreanae circumstantiis disserens. Ad studia serio conferebat in Universitate Yonseiensi Seuli. Philosophiae doctoratum anno 2007 nactus est in Universitate Nationalis Defensionis de Nicolao Zrínyi nominata. Dissertationem habuit de rebus internis politicis Paeninsulae Coreanae. Indagabat in Re publica Coreana anno 2009o, 2014o, necnon 2016o.

Publicationes[recensere | fontem recensere]

in Hungaria
  • Korea. Egy nemzet, két ország (Korea. One nation, two states; Budapest, 2008)
  • Magyarok Koreában (Hungarians in Korea; Budapest, 2009)
  • Koreai csaták és harcosok (Korean battles and warriors; Budapest, 2011)
  • Koreaiak Magyarországon az 1950-es években (Koreans in Hungary in the 1950s; Budapest, 2012)
  • Korea. Egy nemzet, két ország – a közös gyökerektől (Korea. One nation, two states – from the common roots; Budapest, 2013)
  • 1989. Diszkózene a Kvangbok sugárúton – Észak-Korea a rendszerváltozások évében (1989. Disco music on the Kwangbok street. North Korea in the years of the Eastern European political changes; Budapest, 2014)
  • Sövény Aladár, a hazai koreanisztika úttörője (Aladár Sövény, the pioneer scholar of the Hungarian Koreanology; Budapest, 2015)
  • Magyarország és Korea 1956-ban. Az Uralban találkozunk! (Korea and Hungary in 1956. We will meet in the Ural Mountain!; Budapest, 2016)
  • Korea története. A két koreai állam történelemszemléletének összehasonlításával (History of Korea. With the comparison of the South Korean and North Korean official points of view on history; Budapest, 2018)
  • A History of Korea - Through a comparison of the two Koreas’ historical approaches (Budapest, 2019)
  • Visit to the Land of Morning Calm. Dr. Dezső Bozóky’s Korean Photographs (Co-author: Tatjána Kardos) (2020)
In Re publica Coreana
  • 한반도를 방문한 헝가리인들의 기억 비망록. (Memorandum – the Hungarians who visited the Korean Peninsula; Seoul, 2009)
  • 헝가리 부다페스트로! 1956년 헝가리 혁명과 북한 유학생들. (To Hungary, Budapest! The Hungarian revolution in 1956 and the North Korean students; Seoul, 2013)
  • 헝가리 최초의 한국학 학자 북한을 만나다. 쇠베니 얼러다르의 1950년대 북한 문화에 관한 기억. (The first Hungarian Koreanist scholar meets North Korea. Aladár Sövény’s observations about the North Korean culture in the 1950s; Seoul, 2015)
  • From North Korea to Budapest. North Korean students in the Hungarian revolution in 1956. (Seoul and Edison, 2016)
  • The relations of the Korean Peninsula and Hungary seen through rare photos (Seoul, 2019)

Societas[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Association of Korean Studies in Europe
  • Society of Korean Language and Literature (Seoul)
  • Editorial board of ’The Korean History Education Review’ (역사교육)
  • The Association for Korean Modern and Contemporary History (Seoul)
  • Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch (Seoul)

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "‘Hungary can help inter-Korean ties, innovation with Central Europe’". Korea Herald. 2018-12-31 
  2. "Magyarország új nagykövete" (Hungarian). Magyarország Szöuli Nagykövetsége /Embassy of Hungary in Seoul 
  3. "Történelem OKTV helyezettek 1994-2010" (Hungarian). Történelemtanítás