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Publications - Maliangkaij, Roald

Please contact this author at Roald.Maliangkaij@anu.edu.au for other publications information.

Journal articles

  • Maliangkaij, R (2014). Defining Qualities: The Socio-Political Significance of K-pop Collections Korean Histories. Vol. 4 Mar-14.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2014). There is No Amen in Shaman: Traditional Music Preservation and Christianity in South Korea Asian Music. Vol. 45 77-97.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2013). Catering to the Female Gaze: The Semiotics of Masculinity in Korean Advertising Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context. Vol. 7 43-61.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2012). Book Review: Consuming Korean Tradition in Early and Late Modernity: Commodification, Tourism, and Performance Asian Studies Review. Vol. 36 137-139.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2012). Book Review: In Search of Korean Traditional Opera: Discourses of Ch'angguk Asian Studies Review. Vol. 36 136-137.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2011). Dirt, Noise, and Naughtiness: Cinema and the Working Class During Korea's Silent Film Era Asian Ethnology. Vol. 70 31pp.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2011). The Power of Representation: Korean Movie Narrators and Authority Journal of Korean Studies. Vol. 16 213-230.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2011). Koreans Performing for Foreign Troops: The Occidentalism of the C.M.C and K.P.K. East Asian History. Vol. 37 59-72.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2010). Meaningful Rituals are Rooted in Place Central Monthly. Vol. 2010 285-.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2010). New Symbolism and Retail Therapy: Advertising Novelties in Korea's Colonial Period East Asian History. Vol. 36 29-54.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2010). Keep Your Enemies Closer: Protecting Korea's Pop Culture in China Korean Histories. Vol. 2 34-44.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2009). Book Review: Korean KayagÅ­m Sanjo: A Traditional Instrumental Genre Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Vol. 72 68-70.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2008). Book Review: P'ungmul: South Korean Drumming and Dance Asian Folklore Studies. Vol. 67 160-162.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2008). Staging Korean Traditional Performing Arts Abroad: Important Intangible Intercultural Performance Issues Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies. Vol. 7 49-68.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2008). New Symbolism and Retail Therapy: Advertising Novelties in Korea's Colonial Period East Asian History. Vol. 36 29-54.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2008). Book Review: Healing Rhythms: The World of South Korea's East Coast Hereditary Shamans Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Vol. 71 388-89.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2007). Their Masters' Voice: Korean Traditional Music SPs under Japanese Colonial Rule The World of Music. Vol. 49 53-74.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2006). Book Review: Korea Bug Acta Koreana. Vol. 9 183-185.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2005). Classifying Performances: The Art of Korean Film Narrators Image & Narrative: online magazine of the visual narrative. Vol. 10 15.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2004). Book Review: Voices from the Straw Mat: Toward an Ethnography of Korean Story Singing Acta Koreana. Vol. 7 201-205.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2003). Book Review: Contemporary Korean Cinema IIAS Newsletter. Vol. 30 30.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2003). Book Review: The Making of a Korean National Cinema Acta Koreana. Vol. 6 171-176.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2003). Book review: Contemporary Directions: Korean Folk Music Engaging the Twentieth Century and Beyond Acta Koreana. Vol. 6 167-171.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2002). The Revival of Folksongs in South Korea: The Case of Tondollari Asian Folklore Studies. Vol. 61 223-245.

Books

  • Choi, J & Maliangkaij, R (2015). K-pop: The international rise of the Korean music industry . Abingdon, UK and New York, USA: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Book chapters

  • Maliangkaij, R & Song, G (2015). A sound wave of effeminacy: K-pop and the male beauty ideal in China. In JungBong Choi and Roald Maliangkay (Ed.), K-pop: The international rise of the Korean music industry (pp. 164-177) Abingdon, UK and New York, USA: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2015). Same look through different eyes: Korea's history of uniform pop music acts. In JungBong Choi and Roald Maliangkay (Ed.), K-pop: The international rise of the Korean music industry (pp. 19-34) Abingdon, UK and New York, USA: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Choi, J & Maliangkaij, R (2015). Introduction: Why fandom matters to the international rise of K-pop. In JungBong Choi and Roald Maliangkay (Ed.), K-pop: The international rise of the Korean music industry (pp. Jan-18) Abingdon, UK and New York, USA: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2014). The Popularity of Individualism: The Seo Taiji Phenomenon in the 1990s. In Kyung Hyun Kim & Youngmin Choe (Ed.), The Korean Popular Culture Reader (pp. 296-313) Durham, NC, USA: Duke University Press.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2012). A Tradition of Adaptation: Preserving the Ritual for Paebaengi. In Keith Howard (Ed.), Music as Intangible Cultural Heritage: Policy, Ideology, and Practice in the Preservation of East Asian Traditions (pp. 141-159) Surrey, England: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2010). Creating a Different Wave: Animating a Market for Korean Animation. In Daniel Black, Stephen Epstein and Alison Tokita (Ed.), Complicated Currents: Media Flows, Soft Power and East Asia (pp. 11.1-11.9) Melbourne: Monash University Publishing.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2008). Konjon Kayo: South Korea's Propaganda Pop. In JE Hoare and Susan Pares (Ed.), Korea: The Past and the Present; Selected Papers from the British Association for Korean Studies BAKS Papers series, 1991-2005 (pp. unknown) Asia: Global Oriental (Brill).
  • Maliangkaij, R (2008). Korean Pop Culture's Growing Challenges. In The Korea Herald (Ed.), Insight into Korean Series 5: Korean Wave (pp. 213-221) Seoul, Korea: Jimoondang International.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2007). Them Pig Feet: Anti Japanese Folksongs in Korea. In Remco E Breuker (Ed.), Korea in the Middle: Korean Studies and Area Studies: Essays in Honour of Boudewijn Walraven (pp. 157-185) Leiden: CNWS Publications.
  • Maliangkaij, R (2006). Pop for Progress: Censorship and South Korea's Propaganda Songs. In Keith Howard (Ed.), Korean Pop Music: Riding The wave (pp. 48-61) UK: Global Oriental (Brill).
  • Maliangkaij, R (2006). Supporting Our Boys: American Military Entertainment and Korean Pop Music in the 1950s and Early-1960s. In Keith Howard (Ed.), Korean Pop Music: Riding The wave (pp. 21-33) UK: Global Oriental (Brill).
  • Maliangkaij, R (2004). Choosing the right folk: the appointment of 'human cultural properties' in Korea. In Ian Russell and David Atkinson (Ed.), Folk Song: Tradition, Revival, and Re-Creation (pp. 95-107) Scotland: University of Aberdeen.
  • Maliangkaij, R & De Ceuster, K (2003). The Fashionability of Han. In Michel Demeuldre (Ed.), Sentiments doux-amers dans les musiques du monde (pp. 201-212) Paris: l'Harmattan.

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