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Adjunct Professor; Professor of Comparative Literature
Peking Opera Demystified
(December 15, 2016)
Unwrapping Korean American Identities
(November 13, 2014)
Art and Engagement in Early Postwar Japan.
Cornell University Press, 2018
Azuma, Hiroki. "An Illness Called Criticism." Trans. Christopher Lowy.
Genron 4: Criticism in Contemporary Japan III
(2016): E02-11 ISBN-13: 978-4907188191.
Azuma, Hiroki. "The World After Dark Tourism." Trans. Christopher Lowy.
Genron 3: Escape from Postwar Japanese Art
(2016): E02-11 ISBN-13: 978-4907188177.
Heekyoung Cho. "Imagined, Transcultural, and Colonial Spaces in Print: Newspaper serialization of Translated Novels in Colonial Korea." East Asian Publishing and Society. 2013.
Justin Jesty. "Arts of Engagement: Art and Social Movements in Japan’s Early Postwar." Ph.D. Thesis. University of Chicago, Dept. of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, 2010.
Witness Against History: Literature, Film, and Public Discourse in Twentieth-Century China
. Stanford University Press.
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