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Graduate Student in Chinese, Teaching Assistant in Korean Language
Associate Professor, Chinese Program Coordinator
Shuheng (Diana) Zhang
Graduate Student in Chinese
Heekyoung Cho Publishes
Translation’s Forgotten History: Russian Literature, Japanese Mediation, and the Formation of Modern Korean Literature
(May 19, 2016)
Azuma, Hiroki. "The World After Dark Tourism." Trans. Christopher Lowy.
Genron 3: Escape from Postwar Japanese Art
(2016): E02-11 ISBN-13: 978-4907188177.
Azuma, Hiroki. "On Our Inaugural Issue." Trans. Christopher Lowy.
Genron 1: Criticism in Contemporary Japan I
(2015): E02-11 ISBN-13: 978-4907188122.
“The realism debate and the politics of modern art in early postwar Japan.”
26, no. 4 (2014), 508-529.
Myrrh in Chinese Medicine: the Legacy of the Silk Road
Cho, Heekyoung. “Transnationality and Coloniality in the Concept of Modern Korean Literature."
Journal of Korean Studies
. Vol. 22, no. 1 (Spring 2017).
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