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Faculty members in the Japan-in-Asia Cultural Studies Program

Core Faculty

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[Name]

Woojeong JOO

[Email Address]

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[Teaching Fields]

Film and Media Studies

[Position]

Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Humanities

[Education]

Ph.D. University of Warwick

MA University of Warwick

BA Hunter College

[Research Interests]

Japanese and Korean cinema, Ozu Yasujiro, History of early talkie filmmaking, Transnational cinema, Transmedia franchising business, Adaptation of Korean and Japanese comics, Korean popular culture including television drama

[Classes Taught]

101 Introduction to Thesis Writing I (Fall 2015)
102 Introduction to Thesis Writing II
401 Introduction to Research Methods in Culture and History I
402 Introduction to Research Methods in Culture and History II (Fall 2016)

801 Research Methods in Culture and History I (Fall 2016)
802 Research Methods in Culture and History II (Fall 2015)
803 Research Methods in Culture and History III
804 Research Methods in Culture and History IV

[Academic Professional Experience]

Nagoya University Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Humanities (2015-present)

Nagoya University JSPS Postdoctoral Overseas Researcher (2013 -2015)

Nagoya University Visiting Scholar (2013)

University of East Anglia Postdoctoral Research Assistant (2012)

[Recent Publications]

History

Ozu Yasujiro: History and the Representation of the Everyday (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming)

'Japanese Cinema and the Home' in Hideaki Fujiki and Alastair Phillips (eds.) The Japanese Cinema Book (London: British Film Institute, forthcoming)

'Rethinking Noriko: Marriage Narrative as Historical Allegory in Ozu Yasujiro's The Moon Has Risen and Other Occupation Era Films' in Screen (Summer 2015)

'Digesting Modernity: Eating and Drinking Out in Ozu Yasujiro's Films' in John Berra (ed.), Directory of World Cinema: Japan 3 (Bristol: Intellect Books, 2015), pp. 146-149.

'Tie-up Advertisement between Film and Consumer Products in the Early 1930s: In the case of Gosho Heinosuke's Hanayome no negoto (1933) and Hanamuko no negoto (1935)' in Nikkan bunka kōryū kikin (ed.), Hōnichi gakujyutsu kenkyūsha ronbunshū, vol. 21, (2015), pp. 281-310

'Transmedia Japanese Franchising' and 'Japan's Manga, Anime and Film Industries', Report for AHRC project Manga to Movies (Co-author: Dr. Rayna Denison), http://www.mangamoviesproject.com/publications

'I Was Born Middle-Class, But...: Ozu's Shōshimin eiga in the Early 1930s' in Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema, 4:2 (2012), pp. 103-118

[Fellowships and Grants]

JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship for Foreign Researcher

The Japan-Korea Cultural Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship

[CV]

CV (2015.09).pdf

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