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Plenary Session: Planetary Dialogue on the Conditions of Asian Popular Music Studies: Searching for Common Grounds betwixt, between and beyond the West and the East

Tuesday, July 5, 14:00-16:00 KST (UTC +9)
Hyunjoon Shin (Moderator) Abstract & Bio
Professor Division of Social Sciences, Sungkonghoe University
The Circulations of East Asian Popular Music Scholarship
Michael Bourdaghs Abstract & Bio
Robert S. Ingersoll Professor of East Asian Languages & Civilizations and the College, University of Chicago
‘Bizarre Love Triangle’: Doing Trans-local Popular Music Studies in Taiwan, mainland China and beyond

Miaoju Jian Abstract & Bio
Professor of Communication, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
Gen Z Listens to Asian Popular Music

Deborah Wong Abstract & Bio
Professor of Music, University of California, Riverside, USA
To Decolonise Popular Music Studies or Not to Decolonise?

Jeroen de Kloet Abstract & Bio
Professor of Globalisation Studies, Department of Media Studies, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands and Communication University of China, Beijing, China
Creating New Cultures/Languages and Performing New Identities: Mongolian Popular Music in the Post-socialist Era

Sender Dovchin Abstract & Bio
Senior Research Fellow, School of Education, Curtin University, Australia

Special Plenary Session on the Korean Music Industry:
Imagining the Post-Pandemic Music Industry

Saturday, July 9, 11:00-13:00 KST (UTC +9)
Dr. Gyu Tag Lee (Chair) Abstract & Bio
Professor, George Mason University Korea
Dr. Youngdae Kim (Presenter) Abstract & Bio
Music critic/ethnomusicologist
Victor M.K. Kye (Presenter) Abstract & Bio
Director of Jarasum Jazz Festival
Bernie Cho (Presenter) Abstract & Bio
President of DFSB Kollective
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