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Faculty Research Fellows Lunch with Yumi Moon

photo of Yumi Moon
April 16, 2020 - 11:45am to 1:00pm
CLAYMAN INSTITUTE
589 CAPISTRANO WAY
STANFORD, CA 94305
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Clayman Faculty Affiliates are welcome to attend the lunch seminars.  All current Stanford academics are eligible to become Clayman Institute Faculty Affiliates. Please RSVP to Wendy Skidmore (wskid@stanford.edu) if you wish to attend.

Yumi Moon: "Colonial Media: Hollywood Movies and Gender Discourse in Wartime Korea, 1931-1940"

Hollywood cinema increased its cultural power among Koreans while the Japanese empire consolidated its colonial rule in Korea and proceeded with its continental expansion by invading Manchuria in 1931. The visual images of American films dazzled urban moviegoers in colonial Korea, although the messages of the films were consumed differently by the two competing vernacular communities of Koreans and members of the Japanese settler community. This talk explores the interdiscursive dynamics between the visual images of American films and the textual narratives of colonial print media in shaping the gender discourse of wartime colonial Korea.  

Yumi Moon is Associate Professor, History (East Asia).

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