Korea Faculty


WONMO DONG
Affiliate Professor

Areas of Interest: South Korean politics, Inter-Korea relations, US-Korea relations, politics of colonial Korea (1905-1945)

Wonmo Dong
"The Two Koreas and the United States: Issues of Peace, Security, and Economic Cooperation"
(East Gate Book, 2000)

 

Wonmo Dong, edited with contribution of a chapter
"Korean-American Relations at the Crossroads"
(Princeton Junction, 1982)
Wonmo Dong, edited with Harold Sunwoo
"Whither Korea?"
(Dallas: Association of Korean Christian Scholars in the United States, 1975)
 

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YANGWON HA
Affiliated Researcher


YONG-CHOOL HA
Korea Foundation Professor of Korea Social Science, Jackson School of International Studies

Areas of Interest: Asian Politics (with emphasis on Korea and Japan), Comparative Politics, Soviet and Russian Politics


YONG SUNG JONATHAN KANG
Assistant Professor, School of Law

Areas of Interest: Contract law and theory, international business transactions, Korean law, comparative law, and moral and legal philosophy

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SOOHEE KIM
Senior Lecturer, Department of Asian Languages and Literature
Areas of Interest: Korean language and linguistics

Soohee Kim
"You Speak Korean! Textbook 1, 2, 3, Intermediate Korean"
(Seattle: Paradigm Busters, 1997)

 

Soohee Kim
"You Speak Korean! Workbook 1, 2, 3, Intermediate Korean"
(Seattle: Paradigm Busters, 1997)

 

Soohee Kim, Emily Curtis
Phonetic Duration of English /s/ and its borrowing in Korean.
"Japanese/Korean Linguistics 10"

Noriko M. Akatsuka and Susan Strauss
(Center for the Study of Language and Inf, 2001)

 

Soohee Kim
What looks like a CV must be a CV.
"Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Korean Linguistics"
B-S. Park and H-S. Yoon (1998)

 

Soohee Kim
Emergence of the unmarked in Korean reduplication.
"Conference Proceedings of Chicago Linguistics Society"
(University of Chicago, 1996)

 

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JEONGYI LEE
Lecturer, Department of Asian Languages and Literature
Areas of Interest: Korean language


HWASOOK NAM
Assistant Professor of Korean History and incumbant of James B. Palais Endowed Professorship, Jackson School of International Studies and Department of History

Areas of Interest: South Korean Development and workers rights in the Park Chung Hee regime (1961-79) focusing on status issues and gender dynamics


CLARK W. SORENSEN
Associate Professor, Chair, Korea Studies Program, Jackson School of International Studies

Areas of Interest: Modern Korean society; social change in modern East Asia; national identity formation

Clark Sorensen
"Over the Mountains are Mountains: Korean Peasant Households and Their Adaptations to Rapid Industrialization"
(University of Washington Press, 1988)

 

 

Clark Sorensen
Seven papers solicited and edited and/or translated for this issue.
Journal of Ritual Studies.
  "Ritual and Modernization in Contemporary Korea."
(1989)

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Library Staff
HYOKYOUNG YI
Korean Studies Librarian

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HEIJA RYOO
Korean Cataloger


Staff

Asian Studies Program Coordinator, Korea Studies Program

YOUNG SOOK LIM
Assistant Director, Center for Korea Studies

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TRACY STOBER
Managing Editor, Journal of Korean Studies


History of the Korea Studies Program at the University of Washington

Center for Korea Studies