You say you want a Revolution?  Revolutions in Historical Perspective


Li Bin, 1999, Founding Father
From the ancient world to the Arab Spring, revolutions have shaped the past, present, and future of the human condition in profound ways—destroying and replacing states, provoking wars, and launching cultural transformations. Our two-year program features lectures by leading scholars from the U.S. and abroad who will explore fundamental questions about the nature of revolutions across time and space.


Fri., Jan. 18, David P. Fields,
University of Wisconsin–Madison,
“The Three Revolutions of Syngman Rhee”
(Abstract) This event is co-sponsored by
the Institute for Korea Studies and a
U.S. Department of Education Title VI
grant to The Ohio State University
East Asian Studies Center.
(Location: Dulles Hall, Room 168)



2017-2019 Program Chair
Professor Margaret Newell

CHR Director
Professor John Brooke