Arts & Humanities Inaugural Lecture: Chan Park

June 10, 2014
Tuesday, November 27, 2012 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm
OSU Faculty Club, Grand Lounge
Chan Park

Mourning Becomes Song: The Ritual Origin of Korean Music Revisited

Chan E. Park received her PhD from University of Hawaii, and is currently associate professor of Korean language, literature, and performance studies at The Ohio State University. Her specialization is research and performance of p’ansori, Korean story-singing, its performance in transnational context in particular, related oral narrative/lyrical/dramatic traditions, and their places in the shaping of modern Korean drama. She has published extensively on the theory and practice of oral narratology and its interdisciplinary connection with arts and humanities as a whole, including her recent monograph, Voices from the Straw Mat: Toward an Ethnography of Korean Story Singing (University of Hawaii Press, 2003). Park has given numerous lectures, seminars, workshops and performances of p’ansori locally, nationally, and internationally.

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