Faculty – Dafna Zur
- Modern Korean literature and visual culture
- Children’s literature of North and South Korea
- Korean Folktales
- Trauma and Memory in literature
- Translation theory and practice
- Ph.D. University of British Columbia, 2011
- M.A., University of British Columbia, 2002
- B.A., Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1998
- “Children’s Literature in Late Colonial Korea” (2012) In: Azaleas: Journal of Korean Literature and Culture (Vol. 5). David McCann, ed. Harvard University Press, 347-353.
- “The Korean War in Children’s Picturebooks of the DPRK” (2011) In: Exploring North Korean Arts. Nuremberg: Verlag für moderne Kunst, 276-298.
- “Representations of the Korean War in North and South Korean Children’s Literature” Korea 2010: Politics, Economy, Society (Vol. 4) : 271-300.
- “’Whose War Were We Fighting?’ Constructing Memory and Managing Trauma in South Korean Children’s Fiction” International Research in Children’s Literature, 2.2 (December 2009): 192-209.
- “Travel Across Time: Modern ‘Rewrites’ of Pak Chiwǒn’s Yǒrha Ilgi.” Acta Koreana Vol.8, no.2 (July): 49-64
- 2012. Kim Yǒngha. “Ice Cream.” The Asia Literary Review. Vol 23. (http://www.asialiteraryreview.com/web/article/en/343)
- 2012. Hyǒn Tǒk. “The Sky.” Forthcoming (March 2012) in Azaleas: Journal of Korean Literature and Culture (Vol. 5). David McCann, ed. Harvard University Press
- 2011. Kim Yǒngha. “The Pager.” Waxen Wings: The Acta Koreana Anthology of Short Fiction From Korea. Bruce Fulton, ed. St.Paul: Koryo Press. 143-160
- 2008. Sǒ Chǒng’o. The Toad Groom: Folk Tales from Old Korea, Bo-Leaf Press (USA)
- 2008. Reading Korea: An Anthology of Modern Korean Literature. Anvil Press (Philippians)
- 2007. Kim Yǒngha. “Their Last Visitor”, “This Tree of Yours.” Azaleas: Journal of Korean Literature and Culture (Vol. 1). David McCann, ed. Harvard University Press. pp. 9-36
- 2006. Kim Yǒngha. “The Man Who Sold His Shadow.” Words Without Borders: The Online Magazine for International Literature (http://wordswithoutborders.org/article/the-man-who-sold-his-shadow/)
- 2005. Kim Yǒngha. “The Man Who Sold His Shadow.” Korean Literature Today, The Korean Centre, International P.E.N, Korean Literature Translation Institute, pp. 102-124.
- 2005. Kim Yǒngha. “Lizard”. Columbia Anthology of Modern Korean Short Stories, Columbia University Press. pp. 371-382
- Print and Visual Culture in Colonial Korea
- Consumption and Circulation of Korean Pop-Culture
- Korean Literature in Translation
- Advanced Readings in Korean Fiction
- North and South Korean Children’s Literature
- Translation Seminar