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Saturday, March 24 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Indie Rock and the Translocal

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Christine Bacareza Balance, “Pinoise Rock”

Wendy Hsu, “Transforming Diaspora: The Kominas’s Translocal
Socio-musical Geography”

Shin Hyunjoon, “Translocal and Collaborative Creativity Between
Japan (Tokyo) and Korea (Seoul): Three Cases of Japanese Rock
Musicians in Seoul”

Moderator: Barry Shank


Speakers
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Christine Bacareza Balance

Christine Bacareza Balance is Assistant Professor in Asian American Studies at UC Irvine. Her writing has appeared in Women & Performance, the Journal of Asian American Studies (JAAS), and the Journal of Popular Music Studies (JPMS). A member of the band The Jack Lords Orchestra, she is currently writing a book on popular music and performance in post-World War II Filipino America.   Abstract: | | "Pinoise Rock" In 1998, the first... Read More →
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Wendy Hsu

Wendy Hsu received her PhD in Critical and Comparative Studies in the Music Department at the University of Virginia. She is now a Mellon Postdoctoral Digital Scholarship Fellow at the Center of Digital Learning & Research at Occidental College. She is the singer/keyboardist of Dzian!, a vintage pan-Asian garage rock band.   Abstract: | | "Transforming Diaspora: The Kominas's Translocal Socio-musical Geography" The Kominas is a... Read More →
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Shin Hyunjoon

Shin Hyunjoon is assistant professor in the Institute for East Asian Studies (IEAS) at Sunkonghoe University. He received his PhD from Seoul National University with a thesis on Korean music industry. Shin’s writing on K-Pop and Korean rok music has appeared in the journals: positions, Journal of Communication, and Inter-Asia Cultural Studies.   Abstract: | | "Translocal and Collaborative Creativity Between Japan (Tokyo) and Korea... Read More →
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Barry Shank

Barry Shank teaches in the department of Comparative Studies at Ohio State University. He is author of Dissonant Identities: The Rock ‘n’ Roll Scene in Austin, Texas and A Token of My Affection: Greeting Cards and American Business Culture. Currently serving as President of the U.S. branch of the International Association for the Study of Popular music, he is completing a book for Duke University Press entitled “Silence... Read More →


Saturday March 24, 2012 2:15pm - 3:45pm
NYU’s Helen and Martin Kimmel Center for University Life (KC) 60 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012