Dr Irene Lee
Research | Current
Dr Lee completed her PhD in the department of Film,Television and Media Studies at the University of Auckland and has been teaching various topics such as Film Studies, Reading Contemporary films, Hollywood and its Others, Contemporary Korean Society, Asian Identities and Korea through TV Drama and Film. Her research interests include critical theories, psychoanalysis, screen adaptation, contemporary South Korean cinema, Korean popular culture and East Asian cinema.
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Irene Lee, H.-S. (2017). The ethics of becoming a subject // A reading of Hong Sang-soo’s Right Now, Wrong Then (2015). Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema, 9 (2), 141-154. 10.1080/17564905.2017.1368146
- Lee, H.-S. I. (2016). ‘My name is Oh Dae-su’: a mirrored image of Oedipus in Park Chan-wook's Oldboy. Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema, 8 (2), 127-139. 10.1080/17564905.2016.1143307
- Lee, H. S. I. (2012). Transmediation of the real: A psychoanalytic approach to film adaptation of literary texts The University of Auckland. ResearchSpace@Auckland. Related URL.