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Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Forthcoming

Lee, S. (2024). Shin Films Presents: The “Korean-style” Studio System and the Modernization of the Film Industry in Postwar South Korea, 1952-1975. Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television.
 

Lee, S. (2024). Asia Foundation’s Motion Picture Project and Cold War Asia. In Genealogy of Cold War Culture in East Asia: Change and Continuity Across 1945, ed. Naoki Watanabe et al. Tsukuba University Press [IN JAPANESE]

Lee, S., Jin, D., and Cho, J. (2004). The South Korean Film Industry: An Introduction. In The South Korean Film Industry, ed. Sangjoon Lee, Dal Yong Jin, and Junhyoung Cho. University of Michigan Press.

Lee, S. (2004). Seoul, Hong Kong, and Beijing: The South Korean Film Industry and the Chinese Film Market. In The South Korean Film Industry, ed. Sangjoon Lee, Dal Yong Jin, and Junhyoung Cho. University of Michigan Press.

 

Lee, S. and Espena, D. (2024). Locating “Asia” in the Cinematic Cold War. In Remapping the Cold War in Asian Cinemas, ed. Sangjoon Lee and Darlene Espena. Amsterdam University Press.

Lee, S. (2024). SOS Hong Kong: Coproducing Espionage Films in Cold War Asia. In Remapping the Cold War in Asian Cinemas, ed. Sangjoon Lee and Darlene Espena. Amsterdam University Press.

Lee, S., Zhang, Z., Mukherjee, D., and Paramaditha, I. Trans-Asian Cinemas at Home in the World. In Routledge Companion to Asian Cinema, ed. Sangjoon Lee, Zhang Zhen, Debashree Mukherjee, and Intan Paramaditha.


Published


Lee S.A, Worthy B., Choe, S., Lee, S.J., Nickl B, and E. Rayward. (2020).  The Appeal of Korea: Transnational Korean screen culture in America and Australia, Australasian Journal of American Studies, 39(2). 

Lee, S. (2020). Cinema and the Cultural Cold War in Asia, Contemporanea 23 (3): 451-57

 

Lee, S. (2019). The South Korean Film Industry and the Chinese Film Market. Screen, 60 (2): 332-44.#

 

Lee, S. (2019). Introduction: Reorienting Asian cinema in the age of the Chinese film market. Screen, 60 (2): 298-302.

Lee, S., and Leung W. (2019). Introduction: The Chinese Film Industry - Emerging Debates. Journal of Chinese Cinemas, 13 (3): 198-201.

Lee, S. (2019). Rediscovering Korean Cinema. In Rediscovering Korean Cinema, ed. Sangjoon Lee. University of Michigan Press, 1-33.

Lee, S. (2019). Seoul-Hong Kong-Macau: Love with an Alien (1957) and Postwar South Korea-Hong Kong Coproduction. In Asia-Pacific Film Coproduction, eds. Dal Yong Jin and Wendy Su. Routledge, 256-274. 

 

Lee, S. (2018). Hawaii, Cannes, and Los Angeles: Projecting South Korean Cinema to the World. International Journal of Korean History, 23 (1): 123-140.

Lee, S. (2018). From the Committee for a Free Asia to The Asia Foundation: CIA, Cinema, and the Cultural Cold War in Asia. Korean Studies Journal 48: 49-84. [IN KOREAN]

Lee, S. (2018). The Asian Film Festival and the Cultural Cold War in Korea. In Worlding Korean Cinema or Korean Cinema Encountering the World, eds. Soyoung Kim. Contemporary Culture Publishing, Korea, 323-354 [IN KOREAN]. 

Lee, S. (2017). Destination Hong Kong: The Geopolitics of South Korean Espionage Films in the 1960s. The Journal of Korean Studies, 22 (1): 346-364. 

 

Lee, S. (2017). The Asia Foundation’s Motion Picture Project and the Cultural Cold War in Asia. Film History, 29 (2): 108-137. 

 

Lee, S. (2017). Creating an Anti-Communist Motion Picture Producers’ Network in Asia: The Asia Foundation, Asia Pictures, and the Korean Motion Picture Cultural Association. Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television, 37 (3): 517-538.
*Awarded the David H. Culbert Prize for the Best Article by an Established Scholar in 2017.

 

Lee, S. (2017).  La diplomazia culturale americana, la Guerra fredda e il cinema di Hong Kong negli anni Cinquanta [American Cultural Diplomacy, Cold War, and Hong Kong Cinema in the 1950s]. Cinema e Storia. Rivista di studi interdisciplinary, 5 (1): 131-142. [IN ITALIAN]

 

Lee, S. (2017). Dracula, Vampires, and Kung Fu Fighters: The Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires and Transnational Horror Co-production in 1970s Hong Kong. In Transnational Horror Cinema: Bodies of Excess and the Global Grotesque, eds. Sophia Siddique Harvey and Raphael Raphael. Palgrave/MacMillan, 65-80. 

 

Lee, S. (2015). On John Miller's ‘The Korean Film Industry’: The Asia Foundation, KMPCA, and Korean cinema, 1956. Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema, 7 (2): 95-112. 

 

Lee, S. (2015). A Decade of Hallyu Scholarship in the English Language Sphere: Toward a New Direction in Hallyu 2.0. In Hallyu 2.0: The Korean Wave in the Age of Social Media, eds. Sangjoon Lee and Abe Markus Nornes. University of Michigan Press, 1-27.

 

Lee, S. (2015). From Diaspora TV to Drama Fever.com: Korean TV Drama in America. In Hallyu 2.0: The Korean Wave in the Age of Social Media, eds. Sangjoon Lee and Abe Markus Nornes. University of Michigan Press, 172-191.
 
Lee, S. (2013). The Emergence of the Asian Film Festival: Cold War Asia and Japan’s Re-entrance to the Regional Market in the 1950s. In Oxford Handbook of Japanese Cinema, ed. Miyao Daisuke, Oxford University Press, 232-250.

 

Lee, S. (2012). Constructing Asian Cinema through Cultural Geopolitics: The Genealogy of Pan-Asian Big Pictures and the Predicament of the Contemporary South Korean Cinema. Transnational Cinemas, 3 (1): 93-106.

 

Lee, S.J. (2012). Martial Arts Craze in Korea: Cultural Translation of Martial Arts Film and Literature in the 1960s. In East Asian Cultural Heritage and Films, ed. Kinnia Yau Shuk-ting. Palgrave/Macmillan, 173-195.

 

Lee, S.J. (2012). It’s “Oscar” Time in Asia!: the Rise and Demise of the Asian Film Festival, 1954-1972. In Coming Soon to a Festival Near You: Programming Film Festivals, ed. Jeffrey Ruoff. St. Andrews University Press, 173-187.
 

Lee, S. (2011). Toward a Theory of Transnational Film History. Contemporary Film Studies 11: 39-65.

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