« Espaces publics et lieux de performance à Pyongyang »

Journal articles de Kim Suk Young

SUK-YOUNG KIM
Associate Professor (UC Santa Barbara)
  • Illusive Utopia: Theater, Film, and Everyday Performance in North Korea (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2010)
  • « Dressed to Kill : Women’s Fashion and Body Politics in North Korean Visual Culture », Positions : East Asia cultural critique, 19:1 (2011) 159-191.
  • « Countering Propaganda : Scrutinizing Performance and Resistance », Moving Worlds : A Journal of  Transcultural Writings, forthcoming
  • « Gulag, the Musical : Performing Trauma in North Korea through Yoduk Story », TDR : A Journal of Performance Studies, 52:1 (2008): 118-135.
  • « Russian symbolist Drama as Rituals : G. Gippius’ Sacred Blood and A. Blok’s Puppet Show« , Poetics. Self. Place : Essays in Honor of Anna Lisa Crone (Bloomington, IN :  Slavica, 2007) : 824-844.
  • « From Imperial Concubine to Model Maoist : Photographic Metamorphosis of Mei Lanfang », Theatre Research International, 31 : 1 (2006) : 37-53. (Winner of the 2004 International Federation for Theatre Research New Scholar’s Prize)
  • « Can We Live as One Family ? Rethinking the Two Korea’s Kinship in John Hoon’s Kang Tek-gu » Theatre Research International, 29:3 (2004) : 267-283.

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