Academic staff

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Chungshik Moon

Chungshik Moon

Dr Chungshik Moon’s research is concerned with how domestic and international institutions affect governments’ policy choices and outcomes, with a particular interest in the causes and effect

Hyaeweol Choi

Sociocultural history of women in Korea and East Asia; missionary discourses; intellectual history of Korea; gender and transnationality; diaspora

Ruth Barraclough

Korean labour history and gender studies; the factory girl in Korean literature; literary translation; kisaeng and the politics of bonded labour; Red Love; Korea’s Early Communist Women.

Hyung-A Kim

Contemporary politics of the Korean peninsula with particular focus on the role of state, democratic development and socio-cultural movements.

Tessa Morris-Suzuki

Professor Tessa Morris-Suzuki

Professor Morris-Suzuki’s research interests include the social history of Japanese technology; national identity and ethnic minorities in Japan; the history of indigenous peoples in Northeas

Fiona Yap

Fiona Yap

Fiona Yap is Associate Professor at the Crawford School of Public Policy, College of Asia and the Pacific.

Roald Maliangkay

Korean folk and popular culture, both domestically and abroad, with a particular focus on marketing, music and cinema in the early and mid-twentieth century; issues related to cultural policy (incl

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