KIM Hyeonjeong

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Name
KIM Hyeonjeong
Affiliation
Asia University
Section
Faculty of International Relations Department of Multicultural Communication
Job title
Assistant Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Mar 2007
 - 
Feb 2010
Lecturer
 
Sep 2007
 - 
Jun 2010
Lecturer
 
Sep 2007
 - 
Jun 2010
Lecturer
 
Sep 2008
 - 
Feb 2009
Lecturer
 
Sep 2008
 - 
Feb 2012
Lecturer
 

Education

 
Mar 1992
 - 
Feb 1995
Jamsil Girls' High School
 
Mar 1995
 - 
Feb 2000
Department of Japanese Language and Literature, Humanities College, Dongduck Women's University
 
Oct 1998
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Sep 1999
Faculty of Laws, Tohoku University
 
Apr 2001
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Mar 2002
University of Tsukuba
 
Apr 2002
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Mar 2004
University of Tsukuba
 

Published Papers

 
Making Korean Modern Museums: Japanese Colonial Buildings as Heritage and Resource
ACTA KOREANA   17(2) 583-607   Dec 2014   [Refereed]
The Importance of Communities being able to Provide Venues for Folk Performances and the Effect: a Japanese Case Study
International Journal of Intangible Heritage   3 83-94   May 2008   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Making Modern History Museums: Colonial Architecture as Heritage and Resource in Contemporary Korea
The 7th Kyujanggak International Symposium on Korean Studies “East Asian Print Culture and Archives: Formation and Dissemination of knowledge.”   21 Aug 2014   
Who Needs the Shishifuri Lion Dance?: Interpretations and Changes to Intangible Cultural Heritage after the Great East Japan Earthquake
Association for Asian Studies, AAS-in-ASIA conference (Kyoto, 2016) “Asia in Motion: Horizons of Hope”   26 Jun 2016   
Displaying Negative Heritage in Contemporary South Korea: Change of Evaluation of Japanese Colonial Architecture and Negotiating Dissonance
The Russia Japan Workshop 2017: Asian Studies at NSU and TU Ⅱ   10 Feb 2017   

Works

 
What’s happening to Japanese colonial architecture in postcolonial south Korea?: Interpretational shift from the remnants of Japanese colonialism into Korean cultural heritage
The Others   Feb 2015