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Areas of Interest: South Korean politics, Inter-Korea relations, US-Korea relations, politics of colonial Korea (1905-1945)
For more information:
"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
(Dallas: Association of Korean Christian Scholars in the United States, 1975)
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
Russia’s Choice at the Crossroads, coauthored and principal writer, (Seoul National University Press, 2006).
“From Neotraditionalism to Neofamilism: Responses to National Dependency in Newly Industrialized Countries,” in Tismaneanu, Howard and Sil (eds.), World Order After Leninism (University of Washington Press, 2006), pp. 172-188.
“Late Industrialization and Soviet Bureaucracy: The Case of Voronezh Region(in Korean),” coauthored with Iksung Kyun, Russian Studies, vol. 14, no. 1, 2004.
“The Dynamic of Russian-South Korean Relations and Implications for the Russian Far East,” in Judith Thornton & Charles E. Ziegler, eds., Russia's Far East: a Region at Risk (Washington, D.C.: The National Bureau of Asian Research, 2002).
Journey to Siberia, Edited (Seoul: Dong-A-Ilbo-Sa, 2001).
"How to Engage Russia in Building the Peace and Security System in the Northeast Asia: A Korean Perspective," in Watanabe Koji, ed., Engaging Russia in Asia Pacific (Tokyo: Japan Center for Internatioanl Exchange, 1999).
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
Senior Lecturer, Department of Asian Languages and Literature
Areas of Interest: Korean language and linguistics
"You Speak Korean! Textbook 1, 2, 3, Intermediate Korean"
(Seattle: Paradigm Busters, 1997)
"You Speak Korean! Workbook 1, 2, 3, Intermediate Korean"
(Seattle: Paradigm Busters, 1997)
Soohee Kim, Emily Curtis
Noriko M. Akatsuka and Susan Strauss
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)
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
"Over the Mountains are Mountains: Korean Peasant Households and Their Adaptations to Rapid Industrialization"
(University of Washington Press, 1988)
Seven papers solicited and edited and/or translated for this issue.
Journal of Ritual Studies.
"Ritual and Modernization in Contemporary Korea."
Korean Studies Librarian
Asian Studies Program Coordinator, Korea Studies Program
YOUNG SOOK LIM
Assistant Director, Center for Korea Studies
Managing Editor, Journal of Korean Studies
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