Tian Li specializes in Korean and Chinese film, media, and cultural studies. Her writings on Sino-Korean screen media interactions have appeared in peer-reviewed journals, such as Telos, China Perspectives, and Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies. Her current book project Screen-capitalism: Transnational Korean Screen Culture in Postsocialist China investigates the shifting cultural paradigms of cultural dynamics within Chinese and Korean screen media, at their intersection with affect, aesthetic, gender, and ideology.
Lecturer, East Asian Languages and Cultures
Current Research and Scholarly Interests
Film, media, cultural studies. Sino-Korean screen cultural relations.
- Rhizome in the shadows: transplantation of Korean Running Man in the rise of screen-capitalism CONTINUUM-JOURNAL OF MEDIA & CULTURAL STUDIES 2020; 34 (1): 73–87
"Bang Bang Bang" - Nonsense or an Alternative Language? The Lingualscape in the Chinese Remake of I Am a Singer
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- Running Man: The Korean Television Variety Program on the Transnational, Affective Run TELOS 2018: 163–84