Estimated reading time: 2 minutes. Source: Institute for Korean Studies at Indiana University @Facebook.
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From now on, I’ll be posting information here about every upcoming Zoom talk I’ll be attending personally. And this particular one, how could I not shout from the rooftops about it, despite its horrible hour? Not only is it a rare one for focusing on Busan, my home for two decades, but it also covers wartime Korea. Which in hindsight, is a period I’ve severely neglected, sandwiched as it were between the Modern Girls and New Women of the 1920s and 1930s and the birth of Modern Korea.
Meanwhile, for information about any further upcoming Korea and East Asia-related public Zoom talks, I have to recommend Pusan National University professor CedarBough Saeji, who makes a real effort to inform everyone about as many as she can through her Twitter account. To make sure you don’t miss out, please follow her there @TheKpopProf.
- To Understand Modern Korean Misogyny, Look to the Modern Girls of the 1930s
- “Making Pretty Women” (예쁜 여자 만들기) — Consumerism, S-lines, and Learning that Healthy≠Beautiful in 1930s Korea
- Busting the Myth of Jeju Island’s Topless Divers
- We Can…Make 집밥?!
- Free The Nipple in Korea? Why Not? Uncovering the history of a taboo
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