Lunch will be provided beginning at 1pm, courtesy of Korea University.
Haerin Shin is an associate professor of Media & Communication Studies at Korea University. Shin’s research fields include Asian American literature, science fiction, and digital media with emphasis on artificial intelligence. She has written on cyberbullying, posthuman spirituality, techno-Orientalism, the ethics of artificial intelligence, and surveillance technologies, and is now working on a book on the representation of artificial intelligence in science fiction.
Moderated by Kyunghee Eo, Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages & Literatures, Yale University.
This lecture is part of the Yale-Korea Forum, co-sponsored by Korea University, Yale’s Office of International Affairs, and the Council on East Asian Studies.