Korean Program Coordinator
Mondays 12:30 - 1 PM | Zoom Meeting ID: 93746372147
Ph.D. East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago
Current Research Projects:
- The literary and cultural relationship among Korea, Russia, and Japan
- Translation studies
- Seriality in cultural production
- Popular culture and comics
- Cho, Heekyoung. 2022. “Redefined and Challenged: Anthologizing Korean Literary Studies.” In The Routledge Companion to Korean Literature, edited by Heekyoung Cho, 1-13. New York: Routledge.
- Cho, Heekyoung, ed. 2022. The Routledge Companion to Korean Literature. New York: Routledge.
- Cho, Heekyoung. 2021. “World Literature as Process and Relation: East Asia’s Russia and Translation.” In The Cambridge History of World Literature, edited by Debjani Ganguly, 566-584. New York: Cambridge University Press.
- Cho, Heekyoung. 2021. “The Platformization of Culture: Webtoon Platforms and Media Ecology in Korea and Beyond.” The Journal of Asian Studies 80, no. 1 (February): 73-93.
- Cho, Heekyoung. 2019. Review of Reading Colonial Korea through Fiction: The Ventriloquists, by Kim Chul. Translated by Yoon Hye-Joon. Journal of Asian Studies 78, no. 2 (May): 460-461.
- Cho, Heekyoung. 2018. “Rethinking World Literature through the Relations between Russian and East Asian Literatures.” Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review 7, no. 2 (November): 397-422.
- Cho, Heekyoung. 2017. “Transnationality and Coloniality in the Concept of Modern Korean Literature." Journal of Korean Studies 22, no. 1 (Spring): 69-99.
- Cho, Heekyoung. 2016, Review of Tong-asia kŭndae chisik kwa pŏnyŏk ŭi chihyŏng (East Asian modern knowledge and the topography of translation), edited by Ewha Institute for the Humanities. Trans-Humanities 9, no. 3 (October): 235-240.
- Cho, Heekyoung. 2016. “The Webtoon: A New Form for Graphic Narrative”The Comics Journal, (July 18), 6,915 words. (http://www.tcj.com/the-webtoon-a-new-form-for-graphic-narrative/)
- Cho, Heekyoung. 2016. “Translation and Censorship: Colonial Writing and Anti-imperial Imagination of Asia in 1910s Korea.” In Spaces of Possibility: In, Between and Beyond Korea and Japan, edited by Andrea Arai and Clark Sorenson, 290-308. Seattle: University of Washington.
- Cho, Heekyoung. 2016. Translation’s Forgotten History: Russian Literature, Japanese Mediation, and the Formation of Modern Korean Literature. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Asia Center.
- Heekyoung Cho. "Book Review of Pak Kyŏng-ni, Land." The Journal of Korean Studies 18:1 University of Washington: 2013.
- Cho, Heekyoung. 2013. "Imagined, Transcultural, and Colonial Spaces in Print: Newspaper serialization of Translated Novels in Colonial Korea." East Asian Publishing and Society 3 (2): 153-183.
- Heekyoung Cho. "Rewriting Chekohov: Translation, Journalism, and Modern Literature in 1920s Korea." U.S.-Japan Women's Journal 35 (2008): 26-53.
- ASIAN 590A: Seminar in Translation Studies