Tag Archives: Korea

The Fieldwork Visceral

The Fieldwork Visceral Fieldwork. Those of us who have done it—or are in it—all remember the panicked emails we sent to our advisors, the bits…

The Civilizing Project in Medieval Korea

A review of The Civilizing Project in Medieval Korea: Neo-Classicism, Nativism, and Figurations of Power by Javier Cha. This ambitious dissertation focuses on what the…

Musical Encounters in Korean Christianity

A review of Musical Encounters in Korean Christianity: A Trans-Pacific Narrative, by Hyun Kyong Chang. Hyun Kyong Chang’s dissertation, Musical Encounters in Korean Christianity: A…

Diasporic Voices in Manila

A review of The Migrant Lenses: Indians, Koreans and the Mediation of Diasporic Voices in Manila, by Jason Vincent A. Cabanes Dr. Cabanes’ work is…

Korean Modernism in Literature and Film

A review of Korean Modernism at the Margin: Visualizing Affect, Body and Exteriority in Modern Literature and Film, by Hyun S. Park. Inspired by Raymond…