Articles Signalling ‘Crisis’ in an Affective Manner: Government, Media and Public Cooperation during COVID-19 in South Korea. Liora SarfatiUrbanities, 10 (Suppl. 4): 76-79, Sept 2020. Healing through Gender Inversion in Korean Possession Trance Rituals. Liora SarfatiThe Drama Review, 64 (3): 16–32, Spring 2020. Circles of Poetic Grief, Anger, and Hope: Landscapes of Mass Cooperation in Seoul after the Sewŏl DisasterLiora Sarfati & Bora Chung. Journal of Folklore Research, 57 (1): 1-32, Winter 2020. Affective Protest Symbols: Public Dissent in the Mass Commemoration of the Sewŏl Ferry’s Victims in SeoulLiora Sarfati & Bora ChungAsian Studies Review 42 (4): 565-585, Autumn 2018. Morality and Legitimacy in the Sewŏl Protest in South KoreaLiora SarfatiUrbanitiesSpecial Issue — Edited by I. Pardo and G. B. Prato Urbanities, Vol. 8 · Supplement 1, April 2018.Ethnographers Debate Legitimacy Vernacular Dialectics:Spiritual Practices of Tsaddik Veneration by Secular Israelis Vernacular Liora SarfatiJournal of American Folklore 131 (520): 181-208, Spring 2018. Shifting Agencies through New Media: New Social Statuses for Female South Korean ShamansLiora SarfatiJournal of Korean Studies 21 (1): 179-211, Spring 2016. Book Chapters New Technologies in Korean Shamanism: Cultural Innovation and Preservation of TraditionLiora Sarfatipp. 233- 245, in Performance Studies in Motion, edited by Citron Atay, David Zerbib, and Sharon Aronson-Lehavi. London: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2014. Urban Development and Vernacular Religious Landscapes in SeoulLiora Sarfatipp. 499-518, in The Palgrave Handbook of Urban Anthropology, edited by Pardo Italo, and Giuliana B. Prato. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. Morality and Legitimacy in the Sewŏl Protest in South KoreaLiora Sarfatipp. 281-304, in Ethnographies and Legitimacy: Methodological and Theoretical Insights, edited by Pardo Italo, and Giuliana B. Prato. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 2018.