Sunmi As “Heroine, Gashina, and Siren”: How A Former Member of the K-Pop Group the 'Wonder Girls' Developed 'Sunmi-Pop' (IN PERSON)

Discipline : Arts & Media
Speaker(s) : Grace Kao (IBM Professor of Sociology & Professor of Ethnicity, Race, and Migration (by Courtesy) Department of Sociology, Yale University)
Language : English

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About the Speaker:

Grace Kao is the IBM Professor of Sociology at Yale University, and Professor of Ethnicity, Race, & Migration (by courtesy). Her research focuses on: (1) Racial, Ethnic, and Immigrant Differences in Educational Outcomes and the Transition to Adulthood; (2) Interracial Friendships and Romantic Relationships; (3) Sociology of Music, especially K-Pop and the Hallyu; and (4) Dating and Marriage in S. Korea. She regularly teaches classes on New Wave Music, K-Pop, and the Hallyu. She is the former Vice President of the American Sociological Association. She currently serves as a regular contributor to The Korea Herald, South Korea's largest English-language newspaper. According to Google Scholar, her work has been cited over 15,000 times. 

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