副教授

jbchoi@hkbu.edu.hk
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教育: 
PhD, University of Iowa

專業範疇: 
Media, Film and Popular Cultures in East Asia / Political Economy of Digital Television and Technologies / Critical/Cultural Theories of Nation, Regionalization and Globalism

主要成就: 
2015 “Hallyu vs. Hallyu-hwa: Cultural Phenomenon vs. Institutional Campaign” in Hallyu 2.0.: The Korean Wave in the Age of Social Media eds. Markus Nornes & Sangjoon Lee (University of Michigan Press, 2015)
2014 The Political Economy of K-pop Globalization: Fanthropology (in Korean, KBS Broadcasting Culture Institute. Sept. 2014)
K-pop: the International Rise of the Korean Music Industry. eds. Choi and Maliangkay (Routledge. Sept. 2014)
2012 Of Transnational-Korean Cinematrix, a special issue of Transnational Cinemas. vol. 3,1. (May 2012) Volume Editor
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Education

Ph.D., Media Studies, Department of Communication Studies, University of Iowa
M.A., Film Studies, Department of Communication Studies, University of Iowa
B.A., Political Science, Department of Political Science, Sogang University (Seoul, South Korea)

Positions Held

Spring 2006 – Summer 2016 Department of Cinema Studies, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, U.S.A. Assistant Professor
July 2007-June 2008 School of Film, TV & Multimedia, Korea National University of Arts (KNUA), South Korea Visiting Assistant Professor
July 2003 – Dec 2005 Department of Film and Media Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) Assistant Professor

Publication

Authored Books

The Political Economy of K-pop Globalization: Fanthropology (in Korean, KBS Broadcasting Culture Institute. Sept. 2014)
Digitalization of Television in Japan: State, Economy, and Discourse (VDM, 2008)

Edited Books

K-pop: the International Rise of the Korean Music Industry. eds. Choi and Maliangkay (Routledge. Sept. 2014)
Television, Japan, and Globalization. eds. Choi, Tsai and Yoshimoto (University of Michigan Press, 2010)

Edited Journals

Of Transnational-Korean Cinematrix, a special issue of Transnational Cinemas. vol. 3,1. (May 2012) Volume Editor
Unsettling the National in Korean Cinema, a special issue of Journal of Korean Studies. vol. 16, 2. (Nov. 2011) Volume Editor.

Refereed Journal Articles

“Of Transnational-Korean Cinematrix: an Introduction” Transnational Cinemas vol. 3,1. (May 2012), pp. 3-18.
“Introduction to Unsettling National Cinema” The Journal of Korean Studies. Vol. 16, 2. (Nov. 2011) pp. 169-172.: SSCI Journal
“National Cinema: an Anachronistic Delirium?” in Journal of Korean Studies. vol. 16, 2. (Nov. 2011) pp. 173-191.: SSCI Journal
“Of the East Asian Cultural Sphere: Theorizing Cultural Regionalization” in The China Review: an Interdisciplinary Journal on Greater China, Special Edition titled Transnational Asian Cinema ed. Tonglin Liu, vol.10, 2 (Fall 2010) pp. 109-136.: SSCI Journal
“Mapping Japanese Imperialism onto Postcolonial Criticism,” Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, vol.9, 3. pp. 325-339.: IBSS & ASSIA Journal
“Critical Notes on Globalization and Culture” The Journal of Communication Inquiry. vol. 26, 4. pp. 446-452.
“Embedding Digital Television in an Information Economy: the Case of Japan” The Journal of International Communication. vol. 8, 2. pp. 26-45.

Book Chapters

“Hallyu vs. Hallyu-hwa: Cultural Phenomenon vs. Institutional Campaign” in Hallyu 2.0.: The Korean Wave in the Age of Social Media eds. Markus Nornes & Sangjoon Lee (University of Michigan Press, 2015).
“Loyalty Transmission and Cultural Enlisting of K-pop in Latin America” in K-pop:the International Rise of the Korean Music Industry eds. Choi & Maliangkay. London: Routledge. 2014. pp 98-115.
“Introduction: Why Fandom Matters to K-pop” (co-authored) in K-pop: the International Rise of the Korean Music Industry. eds. Choi & Maliangkay. London: Routledge. 2014. pp 1-18.
“Banishment of Murdoch’s Sky: A Tale of David and Goliath?” in Television, Japan, and Globalization eds. Yoshimoto, Tsai, and Choi. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 2010. pp 7-26.
“Room Salon in South Korea” in Men of the Global South: A Reader, ed. Adam Jones. London & New Jersey: Zed Books. 2006, pp. 104-110.