Head, Korean Studies Program
Department of Asian Studies
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Irina (Ira) Lyan
PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
2023: Shock and Surprise: Theorization of the Korean Wave through mediatized emotions. International Journal of Communication, 17, 29-51.
2022: Industrial espionage revisited: Host country-foreign MNC legal disputes and the postcolonial imagery. Organization, 29(1), 30-50 (with Michal Frenkel) doi:10.1177/1350508420928517
2022: "Start-up Nation” vs. “The Republic of Samsung”: Power and politics in the partner choice discourse in Israeli-Korean business collaboration. Critical Perspectives on International Business, 18(2), 243-260. doi: 10.1108/cpoib-09-2019-0073
2021: “Koreans are the Israelis of the East”: A postcolonial reading of cultural similarities in cross-cultural management. Culture and Organization 27(6), 507-525.
2021: Between two homelands: Diasporic nationalism and academic pilgrimage of the Korean Christian Community in Jerusalem. S/N Korean Humanities, 7(1), 37-70.
2019: Welcome to Korea Day: From diasporic to fan-nationalism. International Journal of Communication, 13, 3764-3780.
2018: Fan entrepreneurship: Fandom, agency, and the marketing of Hallyu in Israel. Kritika Kultura, 32, 288-307 (with Nissim Otmazgin)
2015: When Gangnam hits the Middle East: Re-makes as identity practice. Asian Communication Research, 12(2), 10-31(with Sulafa Zidani and Limor Shifman)
2015: From Holy Land to “Hallyu Land”: The symbolic journey following the Korean Wave in Israel. Journal of Fandom Studies, 3(1), 7-21 (with Alon Levkowitz)
2014: Hallyu across the desert: K-pop fandom in Israel and Palestine. Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review, 3(1), 32-55 (with Nissim Otmazgin)
PEER REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTERS
2023: Ex-periphery: South Korea in the development discourse. Edited by Yonson Ahn. Korea and the Global Society: Engagement and Reciprocity, pp. 59-76. doi: 10.4324/9781003301127-5
2019: Fan Entrepreneurship: Fandom, Agency, and the Marketing of Hallyu in Israel. In Transcultural Fandom and the Globalization of Hallyu. Edited by Park Gil-Sung, N. Otmazgin and K. Howard. Seoul: Korea University Press, pp. 155-179 (reprint; with Nissim Otmazgin).
2015: Reproducing self and the other: The role of cross-cultural management discourse and training in shaping Israeli-Korean collaborations. In Routledge Companion to Cross-Cultural Management. Edited by N. Holden, S. Michailova and S. Tietze. London: Routledge, pp. 399-408 (with Michal Frenkel and Gili S. Drori).
2015: Consuming the Other: Israeli Hallyu Case Study. In Hallyu 2.0: The Korean Wave in the Age of Social Media. Edited by Sangjoon Lee and Marcus Nornes. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, pp. 212-228 (with Alon Levkowitz).
2022: Transnational Hallyu: The Globalization of Korean Digital and Popular Culture, edited by Dal Yong Jin, Kyong Yoon, and Wonjung Min. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2021. 188 pp. Pacific Affairs, 95(2), 371–373.
2018: The Evolution of Tiger Management: Korean Companies in Global Competition, by M. Hemmert (2018). Journal of International Management, 24(3), 301-302.
2023: Call for Diversity in Work/Leisure Binary: On Fans and Fandoms (in Korean: 일과 여가 이분법에서 다양성 추구하기: 팬과 팬덤에 대하여" in Diversitas (다양성 소책자), Korea University booklet, 34, 7-58
2021: Hallyu as a journey. In Pourquoi la Corée? Edited by Ophélie Surcouf. Paris: L'atelier des Cahiers, pp. 93-109. (in French: Voyager: Sur la route de soi).
2020: Report “Korea’s public image in Israel” for the Korean Embassy in Israel.
2020: Academic editor: Korea in the World. The Academy of Korean Studies promotional booklet, 2017 (in Hebrew).
2017: Academic editor: Report “Innovation in Israel and Korea” by the Israeli Innovation Authority, 2017 (in Hebrew).
Sociological Forum Asian Journal of Social Science Israeli Sociology Culture and Empathy
Management International Review International Journal of Communication
Asian Women Kritika Kultura Journal of Consumer Culture
S/N Korean Humanities Culture and Organization
Contemporary Japan Southeast Asian Studies