This week's In Media Res theme focus is "Adapting Asia" (January 16 - 20).
Here's the lineup: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/
Monday, January 16 - Jennifer deWinter (Worchester Polytechnic Institute) presents " 'I don't go there for the war criminals': the Korean Wave, Japanese Isolationism, and Cultural Power on the International Stage."
Tuesday, January 17 - Robert Baron (Austin Peay State University) presents "Fansub Culture: The Rhetorical Dance Between Copyright and Fan-Production."
Wednesday, January 18 - Melissa Carlito (Chapman University) presents "Digital Media and Hallyu."
Thursday, January 19 - Anna Lee Swan (University of Washington) presents "Korean Variety Shows and the Performance of Gender."
Friday, January 20 - Wenna Zeng presents "How Audience Matters."
Theme week organized by Sookeung Jung (Georgia State University).
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