East Rock Institute

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East Rock Institute (ERI) is an American nonprofit research and educational organization dedicated to "the enhancement and deepening of cultural understanding between Eastern and Western societies." It was founded by Dr. Kwang Lim Koh and his wife Dr. Hesung Chun Koh in 1952. The institute focuses on Korean and Korean American Studies, and comparative East Asian and Korean diasporic studies.

The institute is situated in New Haven, Connecticut, adjacent to Yale University.

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