CFP: Serialization in Asia, University of Washington

The Center for Korean Studies at the University of Washington invites paper proposals for “Serialization in Asia” to open up interdisciplinary and interregional discussions on the creation and consumption of cultural products in serialized form. Beginning most prominently in the nineteenth century, seriality emerged as one of the core components of cultural productions in many fields, and it continues to become an ever more powerful mechanism in the twenty-first century, ubiquitous in fields as diverse as literature, radio, film, TV, comic books, games, and various web-based formats.… more