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Book Talk (2021 Special Lecture Series #7)
Transnational Hallyu: The Globalization of Korean Digital and Popular Culture
Author: Dal Yong Jin (Simon Fraser University)
Moderator & Discussants: Wonjung Min (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Jiyuhn Ahn (University of Washington, Tacoma), Benjamin Han(Tulane University)
Time: August 10 (Tue.) 10AM     Venue: via ZOOM   [Online Registration Link]

Junior Fellow

  • Kim Heejoo
    • Period of affiliation : 2021.03.01 - 2021.08.31
    • University of Birmingham, Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage
    • Ph.D. candidate
    • A Tale of Three Cities: Heritage Production in Seoul, Gyeongju and Jeonju, South Korea
  • Song Jeeye
    • Period of affiliation : 2021.03.01 - 2021.08.31
    • University of Florida, Dept. of Political Science
    • Ph.D. candidate
    • Treaty-Making and Colonization in East Asia: Focusing on Korea and Vietnam in the 19th Century
  • Voeroes Erika
    • Period of affiliation : 2021.03.01 - 2021.08.31
    • Eötvös Loránd University, Dept. of Sinology
    • Ph.D. candidate
    • Cultural relations between Korea, China and Japan examined through Potalaka faith
  • Vermette Kyrie
    • Period of affiliation : 2021.03.01 - 2021.12.31
    • University of British Columbia, Dept. of Asian Studies
    • Ph.D. candidate
    • Colonizing Women: Interactions between Korean Women and Foreign Women Living in Korea, 1884-1945
  • Choi Irene
    • Period of affiliation : 2020.12.01 - 2021.05.31
    • University of British Columbia, Dept. of Art History, Visual Art & Theory
    • Ph.D. candidate
    • “Gathering of One Hundred Pieces”: Assembling, Reassembling and Disassembling Images in late Chosŏn Paeknapto Screens
  • Chang Haeyoon
    • Period of affiliation : 2020.09.01 - 2021.08.31
    • University of Michigan, History of Art Dept.
    • Ph.D. candidate
    • Taking a Different Picture: Embodying the Relationship between Painting and Photography in Early Modern Korea
  • Park Yong-Jun
    • Period of affiliation : 2020.09.01 - 2021.02.28
    • University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education
    • Ph.D. candidate
    • Citizenship in the History of Modern South Korean Democracy: The Genealogy of People (inmin), Nation (gungmin), and Citizen (shimin)
  • Kim Sung Eun
    • Period of affiliation : 2020.09.01 - 2021.02.28
    • University of California at Los Angeles, Dept. of Asian Languages & Cultures
    • Ph.D. candidate
    • Between Empire and Nation: The Korean Augmentation Troops to the US Army and US Military Empire, 1950-2010
  • Yang Sungik
    • Period of affiliation : 2020.09.01 - 2021.02.28
    • Harvard University, Dept. of East Asian Languages and Civilizations
    • Ph.D. candidate
    • Popular Discourses and the Rise of Fascist Ideology in Postliberation Korea
  • Yoon Emily Jungmin
    • Period of affiliation : 2020.09.01 - 2021.02.28
    • University of Chicago, Dept. of East Asian Languages and Civilizations
    • Ph.D. candidate
    • Fundamental shifts in contemporary Korean women's and Korean American poetry in which writers sought to utilize poetry to first engage with their collective social identities as women and Korean American poets, respectively, and then expansively address a marginalized community beyond their own specific identity group
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