Storia della civiltà coreana 2012-2013

Il programma di Storia della civiltà coreana 2012-2013 sarà su “Cultura popolare contemporanea” e toccherà temi relativi al Hallyu, “onda coreana”.

Il materiale didattico è depositato in formato pdf presso il centro orientamento

- “Soft Power, Korea, and the Politics of Culture”, Roger L. Janelli Indiana University and Dawnhee Yim Dongguk University in “Catching the Wave: Connecting East Asia through Soft Power”, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley , October 5-6, 2007

- “Hallyu Doin’: An Examination of the Korean Wave”, Abigail Laurel in “The gallatin research journal”, Confluence New York University, 2012

- “Cultural Theory and Popular Culture”, John Storey (capitolo 1 e Watching Dallas in cap.7) Pearson Education 5th edition, 2009
- “Reading the “Korean Wave” as a Sign of Global Shift”, Cho Hae-Joang, Korea Journal , Vol.45. No.4 Winter, 2005 pp.147~182
- “The Role of the Government in Cultural Industry: Some Observation from Korea’s Experience”, Kim Milim. Keio Communication Review, 33- 2011: 163- 182.
- “Korean Wave in China: its impact on the South Korean-Chinese Relations”, Kim Ji-Eun, University of British Columbia Master of Arts Thesis, November 2011 (lettura)
- “The Korean Wave: The Seoul of Asia”, Sue Jin Lee, Elon University, Elon, North Carolina
- “Measured Excess: Status, Gender and Consumer Nationalism in South Korea”, Laura Nelson (pp.139-170), Columbia University Press, 2000
- “Northeast Asia Centered around Korea: Ch'oe Namson's View of History”, Allen, Chizuko T. 1990. "Northeast Asia Centered around Korea: Ch'oe Namson's View of History ." In Joiinuil of Asian Studies, 49:4. pp. 787- 806.
- “Silencing Survivors Narratives: Why Are We Again Forgetting the No Gun Ri Story?”, Suhi Choi
- “The Korean Wave and “Dae Jang Geum” (Jewel in the Palace)
- "The Axis of Vaudeville: Images of North Korea in South Korean Pop Culture", Stephen Epstein, published online at The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus (
- "North Korean Hip Hop? Reflections on Musical Diplomacy and the DPRK", Adam Cathcart, in Acta Koreana12: 2 (December 2009), pp.1-19 (accessible online: ).
- “Interpreting Neologisms Used in Korea’s Rapidly Changing Society: Delivering the Meaning of Neologisms in Simultaneous Interpretation”, Choi Junghwa in Meta: Translators' Journal, Volume 51, n. 2, juin 2006, p. 188-201 Éditeur : Les Presses de l'Université de Montréal