Chungmoo Choi 최정무
The Politics of Gender in Colonial Korea. Asian Journal of Women's Studies 14(4) (2008): 107-116. Available in online
The politics of gender, aestheticism, and cultural nationalism in Sopyonje and The Genealogy. In: James, David E.; Kim, Kyung Hyun, eds. Im Kwon-Taek: the making of a Korean national cinema. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2002. 294p. (Contemporary film and television series) 107-133. Langson Library PN1998.3.I42 I47 2002
위험한여자 젠더와한국의민족주의 서울시: 삼인, 2001. Langson East Asian HQ1765.5 .D3617 2001
The politics of war memories toward healing [Korean comfort women]. In: Fujitani, T.; White, Geoffrey M.; Yoneyama, Lisa, eds. Perilous memories: the Asia-Pacific war(s). Durham, N.C.; London: Duke University Press, 2001. vi, 462p. 395-409. Langson Library DS777.53 .P44 2001
Post - colonial classics of Korean Cinema. Irvine, Calif. : Korean Film Festival Committee at the University of California, Irvine, 1998. Langson Library PN1993.42.K6 P67 1998
Dangerous Women: Gender and Korean Nationalism. Co-editor. Routledge, 1998. Langson Library HQ1765.5 .D36 1998
Hegemony and shamanism: the state, the elite, and shamans in contemporary Korea. In: Lancaster, Lewis R.; Payne, Richard K., eds. Religion and society in contemporary Korea. Berkeley, Calif.: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, 1997. 282p. 19-48. Langson Library BL2234 .R45 1997
The discourse of decolonization and popular memory: South Korea. In: Barlow, Tani E., ed. Formations of colonial modernity in East Asia. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1997. vi, 453p. 349-372. Langson Library DS509.3 .F57 1997
Transnational capitalism, national imaginary, and the protest theater in South Korea. Boundary 2: An International Journal of Literature and Culture (Durham, NC) v.22, no.1 (Spr 1995) 235-261. Langson Bound Periodicals PN2 .B6 v.22 no.3 1995
The minjung culture movement and the construction of popular culture in Korea. In: Wells, Kenneth M., ed. South Korea's minjung movement: the culture and politics of dissidence. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1995. 247p. (Studies from the Center for Korean Studies.) 105-118. Langson Library DS922.25 .S68 1995
Immigrant mentality [Korean Americans]. In: Totten, George Oakley; Schockman, H. Eric, eds. Community in crisis: the Korean American community after the Los Angeles civil unrest of April 1992. Los Angeles: Center for Multiethnic and Transnational Studies, University of Southern California, 1994. 302p. 21-23. Langson Library F869.L89 K624 1994
"The Discourse of Decolonization and Popular Memory: South Korea," Positions Spring, 1993, vol. 1, no. 1
The recruitment of shamans in Korea: the symbiosis between cultural idioms and performing arts. In: Hoppal, Mihaly; Sadovszky, Otto von, eds. Shamanism past and present. Los Angeles: Fullerton International Society for Trans-Oceanic Research; Budapest: Ethnographic Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1989. 409p. 283-295. Langson Library BL2370.S5 S4915 1989
Kyung-hyun Kim 김경현
The Korean Popular Culture Reader. (ed.). Durham : Duke University Press, 2014. Langson Library DS916.27 .K68 2014
잃어버린 G를 찾아서 (a novel). 서울: 서울셀렉션, 2014. Available in Langson Library East Asian Collection
Virtual hallyu : Korean cinema of the global era. Durham [N.C.] : Duke University Press, 2011. Langson Library PN1993.5.K6 K52424 2011
The transnational constitution of Im Kwon-Taek's Minjok cinema in Chokpo, Sŏpʼyŏnje, and Chʼwihwasŏn. Journal of Korean Studies, v.16, no.2 (Fall 2011) p. 231-248. Available online
Death, eroticism, and virtual nationalism in the films of Hong Sangsoo. Azalea: Journal of Korean Literature and Culture, 3 (2010) p. 135-170. Available online
'Tell the kitchen that there's too much buchu in the dumpling': reading Park Chan-wook's 'unknowable' Old Boy. Korea Journal (Seoul) 46, no.1 (Spr 2006) 84-108. Langson Bound Periodicals DS901 .K7 v.46 no.1-2 2006
임권택 민족영화만들기. 파주시: 한울, 2005. Langson East Asian PN1998.3.I42 I4717 2005
Lethal work: domestic space and gender troubles in Happy End and The Housemaid. In: McHugh, Kathleen; Abelmann, Nancy, eds. South Korea golden age melodrama: gender, genre, and national cinema. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2005. vii, 262p. (Contemporary approaches to film and television series) 201-228. Langson Library PN1993.5.K6 S68 2005
The awkward traveler in Turning Gate [film by Hong Sang-su].In: Shin, Chi-Yun; Stringer, Julian, eds. New Korean cinema. Washington Square, N.Y.: New York University Press, 2005. xi, 234p. 170-179. Langson Library PN1993.5.K6 N49 2005
The Remasculinization of Korean Cinema. Duke University Press, 2004. Langson Library PN1993.5.K6 K524 2004
Im Kwon-taek : the making of a Korean national cinema(co-ed.). Detroit : Wayne State University Press, 2002. Langson Library PN1998.3.I42 I47 2002
Im Kwon-Taek filmography. In: James, David E.; Kim, Kyung Hyun, eds. Im Kwon-Taek: the making of a Korean national cinema. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2002. 294p. (Contemporary film and television series) 271-273. Langson Library PN1998.3.I42 I47 2002
Is this how the war is remembered? Deceptive sex and the re-masculinized nation in The Taebaek Mountains. In: James, David E.; Kim, Kyung Hyun, eds. Im Kwon-Taek: the making of a Korean national cinema. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2002. 294p. (Contemporary film and television series) 197-222. Langson Library PN1998.3.I42 I47 2002
Korea: political and cultural events, 1876 to 2000. In: James, David E.; Kim, Kyung Hyun, eds.Im Kwon-Taek: the making of a Korean national cinema. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2002. 294p. (Contemporary film and television series) 267-270. Langson Library PN1998.3.I42 I47 2002
Post-trauma and historical remembrance in recent South Korean cinema: reading Park Kwang-su's 'A Single Spark' (1995) and Chang Son-su's 'A Petal' (1996). Cinema Journal (Austin, TX) 41, no.4 (Sum 2002) 95-115. Available online http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/cinema_journal/
Male crisis in new Korean cinema: reading the early films of Park Kwang-su [Chilsu and Mansu; Black Republic; Berlin Report; To the Starry Island; A Single Spark]. Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique (Durham, NC) 9, no.2 (Fall 2001) 369-399. Langson Bound Periodicals DS501 .P67 v.9 2001
The fractured cinema of North Korea: the discourse of the nation in Sea of Blood. In: Tang, Xiaobing; Snyder, Stephen, eds. In pursuit of contemporary East Asian culture. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1996. 227p. 85-106. Langson Library DS509.3 .I5 1996
Serk-Bae Suh 서석배
Colonialism, Translation, Literature: Takahama Kyoshi’s Passage to Korea. In H. Shirane, D. Lurie, T. Suzuki (Eds.), Cambridge History of Japanese Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016 Available in Langson Library PL716 .C36 2016
The current state of Korean literary studies in the United States: brief observations [focuses on four books in Korean literary studies--by Kelly Jeong, Jin-kyung Lee, Theodore Hughes, and Christopher Hanscom]. In: Center for International Affairs, ed. Intellectual and institutional Trends of Korean Studies in North America 2013. Seongnam-Si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea: Academy of Korean Studies Press, 2014, pp. 45-53
Treacherous Translation: Culture, Nationalism, and Colonialism in Korea and Japan from the 1910s to the 1960s Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2013. Langson Library P306.8.K6 S94 2013
"The location of 'Korea' culture: Ch'oe Chaeso and Korean literature in a time of transition" the Journal of Asian Studies, v.70 no.1 (Febrary 2011): 53-76. Available online http://openurl.cdlib.org/?sid=SCP:SCP&genre=article&__char_set=utf8&issn=0021-9118
“Treacherous Translation: the 1938 Japanese-Language Theatrical Version of the Korean Tale Ch’unhyangjon” Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique. v.18 no.1 (Spring 2010): 171-197. Langson Bound Periodicals DS501 .P67
“Ponyok, Yulli, keorigo Sinminji eonseol e kwanhan Pip’an Hana 번역, 윤리, 그리고 식민지 언설에 관한 비판 하나”(Translation, Ethics and a Critique of Colonialism),Sai(In-between), 2(May 2007): 227-248.
단일 언어 사회를 향해(Toward a Monolingual Society), 한국문학연구(Korean Literary Study), 29 (December 2005): 185-219. Available in online
Toward an Anthropology of Landmines: Rogue Infrastructures and Military Waste in the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Cultural Anthropology 31(2) (2016): 162-187. Available in online
“Transnational Adoption and Im(Possible) Lives.” In Living and Dying in the Contemporary World: A Compendium. Clara Han and Veena Das, eds. Oakland : University of California Press, 2016. xiv, 876p.
“Beyond Motherlands and Mother Love: Locating Korean Adoptees in Global Korea.” In Multiethnic Korea? Multiculturalism, Migration, and Peoplehood Diversity in Contemporary South Korea. John Lie, ed. Berkeley : University of California Press, 2015. xiii, 344p.
“The Flight of Cranes: Militarized Nature at the North Korea-South Korea Border.” In Asian Environments: Connections across Borders, Landscapes, and Times. Edited by Ursula Münster, Shiho Satsuka, and Gunnel Cederlöf, Munich : RCC Perspectives (The Journal of the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society), 2014. Ill, 103p. no. 3, 65-70. Available in online
“Producing Missing Persons: Korean Adoptee Artists Imagining (Im)Possible Lives.” In War Baby/Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American Art. Wei-Ming Dariotis and Laura Kina, eds. Seattle : University of Washington Press, 2013. xviii, 292p. Available in Langson Library N6538.A83 W37 2013
Human Capital: Transnational Korean Adoptees and the Neoliberal Logic of Return. Journal of Korean Studies 17(2) (2012): 299-327. Available in online
Seeing Double : Korean Adoptees and Dual citizenship. 전남대학교 세계한상문화연구단 국제학술회의 (2011): 43-50. Available in online
Adopted Territory: Transnational Korean Adoptees and the Politics of Belonging. London: Duke University Press, 2010. Available in Langson Library HV875.5 .K49 2010
The Origins of Korean Adoption : Cold War Geopolitics and Intimated Diplomacy. Washington: U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS, Johns Hopkins, 2009. Available in online
Our Adoptee, Our Alien: Transnational Adoptees as Specters of Foreignness and Family in South Korea. Anthropological Quarterly 80(2) (2007). Available in online
Wedding Citizenship and Culture: Korean Adoptees and the Global Family of Korea. Social Text 74, 2003. Available in online
Korean Adoptee Auto-Ethnography: Refashioning Self, Family, and Finding Community. Visual Anthropology Review 16(1), 2001. Available in online
“Wartime Forestry and the ‘Low Temperature Lifestyle’ in Late Colonial Korea, 1937-45,” Journal of Asian Studies, forthcoming.
“Visions of a New Order in the Asia Pacific,” in Kären Wigen, Cary Karacas, and Sugimoto Fumiko, eds., Cartographic Japan: A History in Maps (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2016), 182-185.
Co-author (with Cary Karacas), “Blackened Cities, Blackened Maps,” in Kären Wigen, Cary Karacas, and Sugimoto Fumiko, eds., Cartographic Japan: A History in Maps, (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2016), 190-193.
"Mapping Armageddon: The Cartography of Ruin in Occupied Japan," The Portolan Journal of the Washington Map Society, Vol. 92 (Spring 2015), 7-29. [Awarded the Dr. Walter Ristow Prize for Academic Achievement in the History of Cartography by the Washington Map Society]
Co-author (with Cary Karacas), “The Optics of Urban Ruination: Toward an Archeological Approach to the Photography of the Japan Air Raids,” Journal of Urban History, Vol. 40, No. 5 (2014), 959-984.
Co-author (with Cary Karacas), “A Cartographic Fade to Black: Mapping the Destruction of Urban Japan during World War II,” Journal of Historical Geography, Vol. 38 (2012), 306-328. [Awarded the 2013 Journal of Historical Geography Prize]
"Mounting Modernization: Itakura Katsunobu, the Hokkaido University Alpine Club and Mountaineering in Pre-War Japan,” The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 40, No. 3, October, 2009.
Traffic in Asian Women (Duke University Press, forthcoming 2017).
Compositional Subjects: Enfiguring Asian/American Women (Duke University Press, 2002)
Echoes upon Echoes: New Korean American Writings Co-edited with Elaine H. Kim (Temple University Press, 2003)
writing away here: a korean/american anthology (Oakland, CA: Korean American Arts Festival Committee, 1994).
Editor of the Theme Unit on "Sex" in A Companion to Contemporary Documentary Film, eds. Alisa Lebow and Alexandra Juhasz (Blackwell, 2015).
"Sex," in A Companion to Contemporary Documentary Film, eds. Alisa Lebow and Alexandra Juhasz (Blackwell, 2015): 211-216.
“Surveillance and the Work of Anti-Trafficking: From Compulsory Examination to International Coordination,” in Feminist Surveillance Studies, ed. Rachel E. Dubrofsky and Shoshana Magnet (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2015): 39-57.
"Late (Global) Capital," in The Routledge Companion to Asian American & Pacific Islander Literature, ed. Rachel C. Lee (Routledge, 2014): 301-314.
"The Uses of Asianization: Figuring Crises, 1997-8 and 2007-?," American Quarterly, v64, n3 (September 2012): 411-436. Special Issue on “Race, Empire and the Crisis of the Subprime.” Winner of the 2013 Best Special Issue Award from The Council of Editors of Learned Journals.
"Si(gh)ting Asian/American Women as Transnational Labor," in Asian American Feminisms, ed. Leslie Bow (London: Routledge, 2012): 307-334.
"Epistemologies," in A Companion to Gender Studies, eds. Philomena Essed, David Goldberg, and Audrey Kobayashi (London: Blackwell, 2009): 73-86.
"Feminist Studies of Asian American Literary/Cultural Studies," in Feminist Studies, v33, n3 (Fall 2007): 518-538.
"Case Studies," in Vectors: Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular, n3 (2006).
"Conjuring ‘Comfort Women’: Mediated Affiliations and Disciplined Subjects in Korean/American Transnationality." Journal of Asian American Studies (February 2003): 25-55.
"The Desiring of Asian Female Bodies: Interracial Romance and Cinematic Subjection," in Screening Asian Americans, ed. Peter X. Feng (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2002): 71-100.
"Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s DICTEE," in Resource Guide to Asian American Literature, eds. Stephen H. Sumida and Sau-ling C. Wong. (New York: Modern Languages Association, 2001): 32-44.
"Missing Homelands and Korean/American Traversals: The Work of Art in the Time-Space of Diasporic Cultural Production," in KOREAMERICAKOREA. (Seoul, Korea: Artsonje Center, 2000): 90-95.
“Theresa Hak Kyung Cha.” ART (October 2000): 72-83.
“The Autobiographical Stagings of Jin-me Yoon,” in Jin-me Yoon: Between
Departure and Arrival (Vancouver, BC: Western Front Gallery, 1998): 23-42.
“Re-membering Home,” in Dangerous Women: Korean Women and Nationalism, eds. Elaine H. Kim and Chungmoo Choi (Routledge, 1998): 249-290.
"A Contending Pedagogy: Asian American Studies as Extracurricular Praxis," in Teaching Asian America: Diversity and the Problem of Community (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1998): 123-141.
"Si(gh)ting Asian/American Women as Transnational Labor." Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique 5.2 (Fall 1997): 403-437.
“The 'Liberatory Voice' of Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's Dictee,”in Writing Self, Writing Nation: Essays on Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's Dictee, eds Elaine H. Kim and Norma Alarcón. (Berkeley: Third Woman Press, 1994): 73–99.
"The Desiring of Asian Female Bodies: Interracial Romance and Cinematic Subjection," Visual Anthropology Review, 9 (1993): 5–21.
Lee, Jerry Won. In press. The Politics of Translingualism: After Englishes. New York: Routledge.
Jenks, Christopher J. & Jerry Won Lee, (eds.). 2017. Korean Englishes in Transnational Contexts. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Lee, Jerry Won. 2017. “Semioscapes, Unbanality, and the Re-invention of Nationness: Global Korea as Nation-Space.” Verge: Studies in Global Asias (University of Minnesota Press) 3, no. 1. 107-136.
Lee, Jerry Won & Christopher J. Jenks. 2016. “Doing Translingual Dispositions.” College Composition and Communication (NCTE) 68, no. 2. 317-344.
Jenks, Christopher J. & Jerry Won Lee. Forthcoming, 2016. “Heteroglossic Ideologies in World Englishes: An Examination of the Hong Kong Context.” International Journal of Applied Linguistics (Wiley) 26, no. 3. 384-402.
Lee, Jerry Won. 2016. “Beyond Translingual Writing.” College English (NCTE) 79, no. 2. 174-195.
Lee, Jerry Won. 2016. “The Politics of Intentionality in Englishes: Provincializing Capitalization.” Critical Inquiry in Language Studies (Routledge) 13, no. 1. 46-71.
Lee, Jerry Won. 2014. “Transnational Linguistic Landscapes and the Transgression of Metadiscursive Regimes of Language.” Critical Inquiry in Language Studies (Routledge) 11, no. 1. 50-74.
Lee, Jerry Won. 2014. “Legacies of Japanese Colonialism in the Rhetorical Constitution of South Korean National Identity.” National Identities (Routledge) 16, no. 1. 1-13.
Lee, Jerry Won. 2013. “Rudy and the Hallucination of ‘Culture’ in James Joyce’s ULYSSES.” The Explicator (Routledge) 71, no. 4). 292-297.
Lee, Jerry Won. 2012. “Commodifying Colonial Histories: Korea vs. Japan and the Re/Productions of Colonial Violence in the World Baseball Classic.” Journal of Sport & Social Issues (Sage) 36. no. 3. 231-244.
Lee, Jerry Won. 2012. “Capital, Class, and Representations of Isabel/la in Keats’s ISABELLA.” The Explicator (Routledge) 70, no. 3. 183-186.
Lee, Jerry Won & Christopher J. Jenks. 2017. “Mapping Korean Englishes in Transnational Contexts.” Korean Englishes in Transnational Contexts. Ed. Christopher J. Jenks & Jerry Won Lee. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. 1-19.
Alvarez, Sara P., A. Suresh Canagarajah, Eunjeong Lee, Jerry Won Lee, & Shakil Rabbi. 2017. “Translingual Practice, Ethnic Identities, and Voice in Writing.” Crossing Divides: Exploring Translingual Writing Pedagogies and Programs. Ed. Bruce Horner & Laura Tetrault. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press. 31-47.
Lee, Jerry Won. 2013. “Re/Framing Transnational Collective Memories: Dokdo/Takeshima, Korea/Japan.” Re/Framing Identifications. Ed. Michelle Ballif. Long Grove, NJ: Waveland Press. 142-147.
Co-guest editor, special issue on Russell Leong, Amerasia Journal 17.1 (2011).
"The Transitivity of Race and the Challenge of the Imagination." PMLA 123.5 (2008): 1550-6.
"Warfare, Asian American Literature, and Commitment." Amerasia 32.3 (2006): 79-87.
Urban Triage: Race and the Fictions of Multiculturalism. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2004.
Kim, J.H. 2015. Crossing-over between land cover and land use: Exploring spatially varying relationships in two large US metropolitan areas. Applied Geography 60: 37-45.
Kim, J.H., T.D. Keane, and E. Bernard. 2015. Fragmented local governance and water resource management outcomes. Journal of Environmental Management 150: 378-386.
Kim, J.H. 2014. Residential and job mobility: Interregional variation and their interplay in U.S. metropolitan areas. Urban Studies 51 (13): 2863-2879.
Kim, J.H. 2013. Spatiotemporal scale dependency and other sensitivities in dynamic land use change simulations. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 27 (9): 1782-1803.
Kim, J.H. and G.J.D. Hewings. 2013. Land use regulation and intraregional population-employment interaction. Annals of Regional Science 51 (3): 671-693.
Kim, J.H. 2013. Measuring the containment and spillover effects of urban growth boundaries: The case of the Portland metropolitan area. Growth & Change 44 (4): 650-675.
Kim, J.H. and N. Jurey. 2013. Local and regional governance structures: Fiscal, economic, equity, and environmental outcomes. Journal of Planning Literature 28 (2): 111-123.
Kim, J.H. and G.J.D. Hewings. 2012. Interjurisdictional competition and land development: A micro-level analysis. In Employment Location in Cities and Regions: Models and Applications, edited by F. Pagliara, M. de Bok, D. Simmonds, and A. Wilson. 181-199. Heidelberg: Springer.
Kim, J.H. and G.J.D. Hewings. 2011. Framing urban systems and planning concerns as a multi-level problem. In The Oxford Handbook of Urban Economics and Planning, edited by N. Brooks, K. Donaghy, and G. Knaap, 674-700. New York: Oxford University Press.
Kim, J.H. 2011. Linking land use planning and regulation to economic development: A literature review.Journal of Planning Literature 26 (1): 35-47.