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Saturday, April 28 • 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Gender, Race, Class, and Age in Korean Music

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  1. Kendra Van Nyhuis "Intersectional Identities and Success in the Rock Scene of South Korea"
  2. Myoung-Sun Song "2 Chainz & Rollies: Hip Hop as Self-Development Text in Neoliberal South Korea"
  3. Heather Willoughby "That’s a Rap, Grandma: Battling Stereotypes, Gender Norms, and Generational Gaps in South Korea"
Moderator: J.D. Considine

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J.D. Considine

J.D. Considine is a writer and musician who has written for a number of musical instrument magazines, including Musician, Guitar World, Bass Player, and Guitar for the Practicing Musician. In 2006, he reviewed a Daisy Rock Stardust bass for Bass Guitar magazine."Do Guitars Have Gender? Daisy... Read More →

Kendra Van Nyhuis

Kendra Van Nyhuis is a Ph.D. candidate in Ethnomusicology at University of California Berkeley. Her dissertation interrogates the exchanges and collaborations of Korean and foreign musicians in the underground rock scene in Seoul. More specifically, her work examines networks, urban... Read More →

Myoung-Sun Song

Myoung-Sun Song is an Assistant Professor at Sogang University’s Department of American Culture. She received her Ph.D. in Communication from University of Southern California. Her research focuses on the intersections of gender, race, ethnicity, class, and (national) identity... Read More →
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Heather Willoughby

Heather Willoughby received her Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology from Columbia University. Recent research and publishing efforts focus on gender and image-making issues in Korean popular music and contemporary p’ansori performance practices, as well as diverse topics covering comparative... Read More →

Saturday April 28, 2018 1:45pm - 3:15pm PDT
Learning Labs MoPOP, 325 5th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109

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