[KS] IASPM Research Seminar: Complex Interiorities of Korean Pop Music
Pil Ho Kim
plateaux at gmail.com
Sat Jul 10 04:12:32 EDT 2021
IASPM Research Seminar, “Complex Interiorities of Korean Pop Music: from the DMZ Sonic Wars to K-Pop Intimacy”
The International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) announces its monthly Research Seminar hosted by the IASPM-Korea branch.
Date: Thursday, July 22
Time: 1pm KST (UTC+9)
Place: Zoom — Free online event but registration required
Jeongin Lee (Ph.D. student, University of Texas), “Performing Demilitarized Peace: The DMZ Peace Music Festival in the Post-Korean Sonic War”
Stephanie Choi (Ph.D. UC-Santa Barbara), “Idol and Us: Valorizing Intimacy in the K-Pop Business”
Moderator: Pil Ho Kim (IASPM-Korea chair)
Abstracts are available at the registration page linked above. After 15-minute presentation from each speaker, we will have a 30-minute Q&A and floor discussion. English is the language used for the seminar.
Please join us to learn about cutting-edge research on Korean pop music.
Pil Ho Kim, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Korean
Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures
The Ohio State University
Office: Hagerty Hall 379
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