Organizers of the third annual Korean Screen Culture Conference invite proposals for papers and panels on all aspects of South Korean screen culture (production, distribution and reception of film, television, music video, games, and so forth).
The conference will take place Friday and Saturday, June 13–14, 2014, at Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, United Kingdom, hosted by Stage and Screen Studies, Department of Humanities at Sheffield Hallam University. It will feature keynote speeches by Prof. Chris Berry of the Dept. Film Studies, King’s College, London, and Dr. Michelle Cho of the Dept. of East Asian Studies, McGill University, Canada.
Particularly welcome are proposals that reflect and explore the transnational and transmedia aspects in Korean screen culture such as the impacts of the Korean Wave (Hallyu), transnational adaptations, co-productions, collaborations, and various transmedia practices.
Abstracts of about 200 words, along with a short bio, should be submitted to Dr. Chi-Yun Shin (firstname.lastname@example.org) by February 28, 2014. All received submissions will be acknowledged via return e-mail.