Dong Hoon Kim
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Dong Hoon Kim’s research and teaching interests include visual culture, early cinema, film and media spectatorship, and Asian film, media and popular culture. He has been engaged with a variety of activities in the field besides his academic research, directing short films, working for film festivals, and serving as consultant to film company.
Recent Citations -- Publications -- Professional Work
“The Politics and Poetics of North Korean Juche Cinema.” Asian Cinema (October 2014, refereed): 205 -222. “Performing Colonial Identity: Byeonsa, Colonial Film Spectatorship, and the Formation of National Cinema in Colonial Korea.” Daisuke Miyao, ed., Oxford Handbook of Japanese Cinema (Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, January 2014): 172-187. “Segregated Cinemas, Intertwined Histories: The Ethnically Segregated Film Cultures in 1920s Korea under Japanese Colonial Rule.” The Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema 1.1. (2009, refereed): 7-25. In Japanese Translation: "in Nihon eigashi sosho 14kan: Kankyaku eno apurochi" (A Series of Japanese Film History, vol. 14: Approaching the Audience), Hideaki Fujiki, ed., Shinwasha, March 2011): 139-170.
KRN 151 "Introduction to Korean Cinema"
KRN 360 "Contemporary Korean Film"
KRN 361 "Transnationalism and Korean Popular Culture"
EALL 410/510 "Visions of Empire"
EALL 410/510 "Transnational Film Authors"
EALL 410/510 "Transnational Film Genres"
EALL 410/510 "Cultural Studies and East Asian Culture"