Assistant Professor Faculty Fellow of Korean Language and Culture
Hye Eun Choi is an Assistant Professor Faculty Fellow of Korean Language and Culture. Before joining NYU Shanghai, she was a Korea Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow at Columbia University. Choi has taught courses at Columbia, NYU, and William Paterson University as an adjunct faculty member. Her book project, tentatively titled “Inventing Modern Sound Culture in Colonial Korea (1910-1945),” is a multilayered history that traces the birth of the recording industry in colonial Korea, revealing how a new sound culture was formed not only under Japanese cultural hegemony but also in and through the currents of global modernity.
2021. "Performers and the New Media in Colonial Korea.” The Journal of Korean Studies (forthcoming in the March issue)
2021. “Music for Modern Korea: Bandmasters Franz Eckert and Baek U-yong” In German Art Music and East Asians: Transcultural Entanglements since 1900, Cho, Joanne Miyang and Lee M. Roberts, eds. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (forthcoming)
2015. “The Nipponophone Company and Record Consumption in Colonial Korea.” International Journal of Korean History, vol. 20(1): 85-116
PhD, History University of Wisconsin-Madison
MA, East Asian Studies University of Texas at Austin