Dr Tatiana Gabroussenko

MA (Far Eastern State University, Russia); PhD (ANU)
Visiting Fellow, School of Culture, History & Language
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
T: 0402223149

Areas of expertise

  • Multicultural, Intercultural And Cross Cultural Studies 200209
  • Asian History 210302

Research interests

North Korean history, political culture and worldview; Korean history and culture

Researcher's projects

  • "Social Change and the Shifting patterns of North Korean Domestic Propaganda from the Late 1990s to the Present." Sponsored by Korean Studies Grant (Competitive Research Grant) (2011-2012)
  • "North Korean refugees on the political culture, ideology and worldview of their motherland" (field work). Sponsored by Korea Institute small grant 2011
  • "Repatriation in North Korean literary fiction". Sponsored by CHL small research grant 2011
  • "Foreigners in North Korean Fiction." The manuscript is currently under consideration by Korean Studies (University of Hawaii Press)
  • Love in Paradise: patterns of love and romance in North Korean culture. The manuscript is currently under consideration by Cornell University Press

 

Available student projects

“From ‘the Soviet era’ to ‘the Russian Renaissance’: the evolution of the narrative about Russia and Russians in North Korean cultural discourse”. Accepted for the yearbook Korea - Politics, Economy and Society 2011, to be published by Brill in 2011

Past student projects

'Literary Propaganda in North Korea: Liberalisation in the 21st Century?' Sponsored by Harold White Scholarship 2009

Publications

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