We are very excited to welcome a new editor to “Korean Studies Dissertation Reviews,” Bonnie Tilland (University of Washington). Our new editor will continue to bring you reviews of recently defended, unpublished dissertations in this dynamic field. If you are interested in having your dissertation reviewed, please fill out the Review Application Form. If you are interested in helping out in some other way, please contact email@example.com. Bonnie Tilland can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introducing Our Field Editor
Bonnie Tilland is a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Washington. Her dissertation, Hateful Bonds, Heartwarming Bonds: Dramatic Redistribution of Affective Weight in the Twenty-first Century South Korean Family, examines the ways in which South Korean women narrate their experiences of family, and negotiate their families’ social reproduction through engagement with circulating discourses–particularly television dramas. Broader research and teaching interests include media reception, new kinship studies, food and taste, and transnational East Asia.
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