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South Korea: Film on the Global Stage

Contemporary Asian Cinema : Popular Culture in a Global Frame

Berg, 2006

Book chapter

...Research for this chapter was supported by Korea Foundation.As with other popular Asian cinemas, the success of South Korean cinema offers a new perspective on the homogenizing trends of globalization led by Western cultural commodities...

Don’t Bother to Dispatch the FBI: Representations of Serial Killers in New Korean Cinema

Exploiting East Asian Cinemas : Genre, Circulation, Reception

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...Introduction On January 26, 1983, a forty-two-year old Korean man named Yi Tong-sik—an amateur photographer and a professional plumber—was arrested for the murder of a twenty-four-year old woman named Kim. Yi had grown up in poor...

Landscape and the Space of the Colonial Moment

Kate Taylor-Jones

Kate Taylor-Jones is Senior Lecturer in East Asian Studies at The University of Sheffield, UK. She has published on topics including colonial Japanese and Korean cinema, cinema and landscape in East Asia, and domestic violence and the sex trade. She is author of Rising Sun, Divided Land: Japanese and South Korean Filmmakers (2013); and editor-in-chief of the East Asian Journal of Popular Culture. She is co-editor with Fiona Handyside of International Cinema and the Girl: Local Issues, Transnational Contexts (2015). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Divine Work, Japanese Colonial Cinema and its Legacy

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...Imperialism, after all, is an act of geographical violence through which virtually every space in the world is explored, charted, and finally brought under control. For the native, the history of colonial servitude is inaugurated...

Constructing the Cinematic Japanese Empire: Taiwan and Korea

Kate Taylor-Jones

Kate Taylor-Jones is Senior Lecturer in East Asian Studies at The University of Sheffield, UK. She has published on topics including colonial Japanese and Korean cinema, cinema and landscape in East Asia, and domestic violence and the sex trade. She is author of Rising Sun, Divided Land: Japanese and South Korean Filmmakers (2013); and editor-in-chief of the East Asian Journal of Popular Culture. She is co-editor with Fiona Handyside of International Cinema and the Girl: Local Issues, Transnational Contexts (2015). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Divine Work, Japanese Colonial Cinema and its Legacy

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...Our great national abilities can advance the Korean culture; they can also raise the achievement of Korean development. By creating a harmonious balance between intellectual and moral education, within 50–100 years that which is known...

Introduction

Kate Taylor-Jones

Kate Taylor-Jones is Senior Lecturer in East Asian Studies at The University of Sheffield, UK. She has published on topics including colonial Japanese and Korean cinema, cinema and landscape in East Asia, and domestic violence and the sex trade. She is author of Rising Sun, Divided Land: Japanese and South Korean Filmmakers (2013); and editor-in-chief of the East Asian Journal of Popular Culture. She is co-editor with Fiona Handyside of International Cinema and the Girl: Local Issues, Transnational Contexts (2015). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Divine Work, Japanese Colonial Cinema and its Legacy

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

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...In the 1946 film Hurrah! For Freedom!/Jayu manse, a man hides away in a windowless room, lovingly painting an image of the Korean flag (Figure 1). The subsequent narrative follows the bravery, loyalty and commitment that the freedom...

Army Recruitment Films

Kate Taylor-Jones

Kate Taylor-Jones is Senior Lecturer in East Asian Studies at The University of Sheffield, UK. She has published on topics including colonial Japanese and Korean cinema, cinema and landscape in East Asia, and domestic violence and the sex trade. She is author of Rising Sun, Divided Land: Japanese and South Korean Filmmakers (2013); and editor-in-chief of the East Asian Journal of Popular Culture. She is co-editor with Fiona Handyside of International Cinema and the Girl: Local Issues, Transnational Contexts (2015). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Divine Work, Japanese Colonial Cinema and its Legacy

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...Chun-ho: The annexation is complete now but young Koreans should serve the Empire at war too. Even if we want to, we are not allowed to do so. We are not eligible.Chang-sik: If such time comes are you willing to step forward?How can we...

Remembering the Empire

Kate Taylor-Jones

Kate Taylor-Jones is Senior Lecturer in East Asian Studies at The University of Sheffield, UK. She has published on topics including colonial Japanese and Korean cinema, cinema and landscape in East Asia, and domestic violence and the sex trade. She is author of Rising Sun, Divided Land: Japanese and South Korean Filmmakers (2013); and editor-in-chief of the East Asian Journal of Popular Culture. She is co-editor with Fiona Handyside of International Cinema and the Girl: Local Issues, Transnational Contexts (2015). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Divine Work, Japanese Colonial Cinema and its Legacy

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...In the former territories of Japan, how the period of Imperial rule has been remembered has been inevitably related to the respective nation’s contemporary history. This chapter will explore how the Imperial period has been remembered...

Rape of Nanjing

Kate Taylor-Jones

Kate Taylor-Jones is Senior Lecturer in East Asian Studies at The University of Sheffield, UK. She has published on topics including colonial Japanese and Korean cinema, cinema and landscape in East Asia, and domestic violence and the sex trade. She is author of Rising Sun, Divided Land: Japanese and South Korean Filmmakers (2013); and editor-in-chief of the East Asian Journal of Popular Culture. She is co-editor with Fiona Handyside of International Cinema and the Girl: Local Issues, Transnational Contexts (2015). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Divine Work, Japanese Colonial Cinema and its Legacy

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...Representing the On 13 December 1937, Japanese troops arrived at the Chinese city of Nanjing situated in the Eastern Chinese province of Jiangsu. What happened there in the following weeks has echoed down the decades. This chapter...

Burning Straw Men: The 1979 Revolution and Bahman Farmanara's Stubborn Cosmopolitanism

Cinematic Homecomings : Exile and Return in Transnational Cinema

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

Book chapter

...As a director who began his career in the early 1970s, Bahman Farmanara provides a unique case study of a “cinematic homecoming” in relation to the Islamic Revolution in Iran. Farmanara established his career in Iran with feature films...

Introduction

Rebecca Prime

Rebecca Prime is a film historian whose publications include Hollywood Exiles in Europe: the Blacklist and Cold War Film Culture (Rutgers University Press, 2014). A Fulbright scholar, she holds degrees from Columbia University, New York University, and the University of California, Los Angeles. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Cinematic Homecomings : Exile and Return in Transnational Cinema

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

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...After Exile: the original title for this collection and an apparent oxymoron, given exile's connotations of permanence. In literature and history, from Oedipus to Napoleon, the banishment of exile results in diaspora and death...