Projects per year
Korean Studies: Rebellion, South and North Korean film, Korean screen culture, Chŏlla Province history, society and culture, Korean pre-modern and modern history
Andrew David Jackson is Senior Lecturer and convenor of the Korean Studies programme at Monash University. Prior to his appointment, he was Associate Professor at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (2013-2017.
Dr Andrew David Jackson first started in literary studies, and he has a BA (Hons) in French Language and Literature from the University of Kent at Canterbury (1986-1990), and an MSc in Comparative and General Literary Studies from the University of Edinburgh (1991-2). After ten years living in South Korea and Japan, he took an MA in Korean Studies from the Graduate School of International Studies at Seoul National University (2002-5), where he wrote a dissertation on the British Embassy’s response to the 1980 Kwangju Uprising. After returning to the UK, he took an MSt in Korean Studies at the University of Oxford’s Oriental Institute and wrote a dissertation entitled: ‘Popular Unrest and Rural Disturbances in Chŏlla Province, 1674-1800: An Alternative View of 18th Century Resistance.’ He obtained his PhD in Korean history from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London in 2011 and his dissertation investigated the links between court factionalism and the initiation of the 1728 Musin Rebellion.
He spent fifteen years teaching English as a foreign language and French as a second language and has taught in Quebec, Canada, Italy, South Korea, Japan, Scotland, Denmark, and England. He also worked as a trainer on the Royal Society of Arts/University of Cambridge Diploma (DELTA) and Certificate (CELTA) for teachers of English as a foreign language.
Korean Language 1 (elementary)
Courses that he has helped develop and taught include:
Modern Korean History, Society and Culture
Pre-modern Korean History, Society and Culture
North Korean History, Society and Culture
Popular Culture in North and South Korea, Hallyu, and Transnational Cultural Flows
Korean Cinema: A Critical Survey
Monash University, Melbourne Australia, Korean Studies Department
Senior Lecturer: 26 February 2017-Present
Convenor of Korean Studies Programme: 26 February 2017-Present
University of Copenhagen Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, Korean Studies
Associate Professor: August 2014–July 2017
Assistant Professor: August 2013– July 2014
1 Monograph: The Musin Rebellion: Politics and Rebellion in Eighteenth-Century Korea, University of Hawai`i Press: January 2016.
3 Edited collections: Korean Screen Cultures: Interrogating Cinema, TV, Music and Online games. Co-edited with Colette Balmain. Peter Lang: January 2016.
Organizer of International Conferences:
Founder of the Korean Screen Culture Conference (an annual international conference on Korean film, TV, pop music videos and online gaming now in its fifth year)
Organizer of 4 international conferences, 1 day workshop, and 42 academic seminars with invited speakers.
History of rebellion in Korea, premodern and modern Korean history, North and South Korean film and popular culture, invented traditions in Korea.
- Korean history, Joseon Period history, Rebellion, 1728 Musin Rebellion, North Korean film, films about the Korean War, Invented Traditions in Korea
Creating a Nexus at Monash for a Stronger Korean Studies in Melbourne and the Metropolitan Region AKS CORE UNIVERSITY PROGRAMME FOR KOREAN STUDIES
20/12/17 → 19/12/22
Research Output per year
Research output: Research - peer-review › Article
Research output: Research › Article
Research output: Other - peer-review › Edited Book
Activities per year