University of California, Riverside

Comparative Literature and Languages

Kelly Y. Jeong

Kelly Jeong

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Kelly Y. Jeong

Associate Professor, Korean Studies/Comparative Literature
Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, University of California, Los Angeles, 2003

Professor Jeong's research interests include modern and contemporary Korean literature, culture, and cinema. She published a book entitled "Modernity Arrives Again: Crisis of Gender, Masculinity, Nationhood in Modern Korean Literature and Cinema," with the Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. She has also published articles in The Journal of Korean Studies, Hanguk Munhak Yongu (Study of Korean Literature), and ACTA Koreana.

Professor Jeong's courses include modern Korean literature (K112), Korean Culture and Society (K42), Introduction to Korean Film (K47), and Themes in Modern and Contemporary Korean Culture (K110 E-Z).

Professor Jeong's Curriculum Vitae

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