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Nov 10 2022 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Chuyun Oh, K-pop Dance: Fandoming Yourself on Social Media
In-person multimodal book talk
Thursday, November 10 at noon
Digital Humanities Center (LA 61, Bottom of the Library Dome)

Chuyun Oh (PhD. UT Austin) is a Fulbright scholar and Associate Professor of Dance Theory at San Diego State University. She will discuss K-pop dance and fandom based on K-pop Dance: Fandoming Yourself on Social Media (Routledge), #1 Amazon New Release in Communications and Pop Dance in July 2022. Her award-winning scholarship has appeared in global media, top-tier journals, and anthologies. As a graduate of Kirov Ballet Academy, she received international dance competition awards and performed worldwide as a professional ballet/modern dancer before entering academia. 

Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Media and Performance, the Digital Humanities Initiative, the DH Center, the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, and the APIDA Center.

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