PAIK WonDam / Dept. of Chinese Studies, SungKongHoe Univ.
currently is an associate professor of Department Chinese Studies, Sungkonghoe University. She received her PhD at the department of Chinese language and literature in Yonsei University. She is the director of Institute for East Asian Studies, the Chairman of planning-executive committee of ‘Forum for Cultural Community in East- Asia(EACC)’ and has been working as an editor of Hwanghae Review and The Radical Review (Jinbo Review). She was a visiting scholar of Asian Studies and Weatherhead East Asian Institute of Columbia University. She has also joined in lots of socio-cultural activities for constructing alternative society, as a member of National Association of Professors for Democratic Society, a member of Korean Professors Union and one of the founders of “Newscham.net”, Korean People’s online newspaper. Her research concern is alternative regionalism and cultural solidarity across Asia. She has organized many international conferences and published many books and articles about East Asian literature and culture.
The most recent book by her is Korea Wave as a cultural choice in East Asia (Pentagram Press, 2005). ” Inter-Asian Cultural Studies and Korean Cultural Studies”(2006), “Nonalignment Movement/ Third World Movement in Asia in the 1960’s-70’s & Creation of the Concept of Nation and People”(2009), “Asian Nationalism and May Fourth Rethinking the ‘Cultural’ and the ‘National’ in the May Fourth Movement”(2008)“Cultural Industry, Nationalism, cultural Publicity; Problems on the Cultural Economics and Cultural Democratization of China in 21st Century”(2009),“ Cultural Industry, Nationalism, cultural Publicity; Problems on the Cultural Economics and Cultural Democratization of China in 21st Century(2009)
Yoo Sun-Young is HK professor and is in charge of international affair division of IEAS, especially, take the responsibility of promoting academic and institutional cooperation with IACSS (Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Society) that aims to found an academic consortium consists of 23 Cultural Studies departments and research institutions in Asia. She is a editorial board member of Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Journal, editor in chief of Korea Association for Communication and Information Studies Journal and have built experiences in many academic journals as an editorial board members and chief executive. She represents IACSS, Seoul as a president ; and have published widely in the areas of colonial and postcolonial theory, early-cinema reception studies, history of Korean popular culture, modernity and colonial modernity formations, and Americanism.
Her recent book is Socio-Cultural History of Media in Korea(2007).
SHIN Hyunjoon graduated from the faculty of economics at Seoul National University and received Ph.D. by the dissertation about the change of Korean music industry in the age of globalization (“Globalization and Localization of Music Industry System: with the Emphasis on Korea”). He is a research professor at the Institute for East Asian Studies in Sungkonghoe University and visiting fellow of Asia Research Institute (ARI) at the National University of Singapore (NUS). His major interest field is millennium identity with relation to popular music, “music and politics,” popular culture and cultural research. Recently his attention is concentrated at the changes in the music industry and music consumption caused by digital technology. As the main his books there are “Alternative Culture and Rock Music 1/2” (1996/7), “Global, Local Korean Music Industry” (2001), “Into the World Music” (2003), “Archeology of Korean Pop Music of 1960’s/ 1970’s” (2005) and others.
Miran, Kim is currently a HK Professor research professor of the The Institute of East Asian Studies in Sungkonghoe University. She was visiting scholar of Chinese Literature in Tsing hua University(2000) and Center for Chinese Cultural Studies in Shanghai University(2005), also is a member of the Center for Women’s Culture & Theory in Korea. She received her Ph. D. from Yonsei University. Her doctoral dissertation work is A Study on Hu Feng’s Anti Feudalism Thougut(1997). She went through researches on Chinese women’s studies, pop culture and cultural border crossing among Asian countries, considering about gender problem and modernization in Asia. She has published many books and articles on these themes including ≪Searching for Chinese Women’s life – State?Gender?Culture≫, (monograph, 2009), ≪Miss Sophi’s Diary≫ (translation, 2009)
≪Meet Chinese Contemporary Literature≫, (collaboration, 2006,) ≪China halliu, how should we understand?≫,(collaboration, 2006), ≪Why China accepted halliu?≫(collaboration, 2004), “The Strategy to Enrich and Strengthen a Nation and its Dramatic Representation by Generation: an analysis of ‘Sheng Wei shu ji'(省委書記, 1998) and ‘DA Shi'(Diditalized Army, 2002)”(2004), “Modernization and Korean Women Movement: Intention and Intersection of the Feminist Discourse of Korea, China, and Japan during the nineteen eighties to nineties”(2003), “A Study on the Chinese Popular Culture of the 1990s: an analysis of a TV soap opera, ‘Ke Wang‘(渴望)”(2003), “Ding Ling’s Female Consciousness: an examination on her ‘Muqin'(母親)”(2003)”, “Ding ling Zhuan” (A biography of Ding Ling, 1998).
YUN Young Do is an assistant research professor of the Institute for East Asian studies at Sungkonghoe University. He graduated undergraduate and graduate school of Yonsei University in Chinese Language and Literature major. In 2005 he earned Ph. D. His dissertation work is “A Study of Western Learning Translation in the Early Modern China : With the Focus on Wanguogongfa (萬國公法 ; the Chinese Edition of Wheaton’s Elements of International Law)”. Recently he studies the formation process of China and East Asian contemporary nation-state discourse and makes analysis of the literature, ideology and cultural texts connected with it. As the outcomes of his works there is a Korean version of “Reading Chinese Economic Geography” (2005) about Chinese regional culture theory, the papers like “An Allegorical Interpretation on Datongshu (The Great Commonwealth)”, “The Formation of Modern Linguistic Space and Government-established Translation Institution at Mid-19th Century”, “A Study on the initial formation of South Korea’s and Taiwan’s National University after the World War Two(1945~1950) ― Reconstruction of the Schools of Humanities” and others. He wrote and edited the book, Affective Youth: the Affects and Cultural Practices of East Asian Youth (in Korean) on June 2017.
Cho Kyung Hee is a lecturer in Japanese department at Sung Gong Hoe University, previously worked as lecturer of Japanese studies at Hanshin University in Korea. She completed the Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology at The University of Tokyo, end held the postdoctoral fellowship of JSPS(Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. She is interested in issues of relation between colonialism and modernity in Korea and Japan, and is now working on study about Japanese rule and social work in the early 1920s Korea.
(연구 관심 영역)
사회사, 역사사회학, 법사회학, 정치사회학 전공
한국과 동아시아의 사상통제와 전향, 법과 폭력, 전쟁과 학살, 과거청산, 점령과 군정에 깊은 관심을 가지고 연구하고 있다.
HK 프로젝트 ‘문화로서의 아시아: 사상, 제도, 일상에서 아시아를 재구성하기’에서 사상·지식 클러스터 소속
동아시아 냉전사 연구의 일환에서 냉전아시아에서의 사상심리전 연구 진행 중
[HK Research Professor]
OH Yeong Sook
Young-Sook Oh is a research professor at SungKongHoe University. Her major teaching and research interests are in the areas of Korean cinema, Asian Cinema and mass media. She has a BA and MA from the Seoul National University with a major in Korean Modern Literature, and received her MA and PhD from the Hanyang University with film theory and history. She published several books on Korean Cinema such as Korean Cinema and the Cultural Discourse in the 1950s, and translated Slavoj ?i?ek’s book The Fright of Real Tears: Krzystof Kieslowski between Theory and Post-theory and David Bordwell’s Narration in the Fiction Film into Korean. Her recent interests are exploring how mass media represent and affect individual identity, values, and perspectives.
연세대학교 및 동 대학원에서 사회학을 전공하고, 영국 런던정경대학(The London School of Economics and Political Science)에서 “Practicing Globalization: Mediation of the Creative in South Korean Advertising” 논문으로 사회학 박사학위를 받았다. 연세대학교와 상명대학교에서 강의하였고, 문화산업, 대중문화, 도시재생 등의 분야에 관심을 갖고 연구를 진행하고 있다.
Lee Im Ha
성균관대학교에서 ｢1950년대 여성의 삶과 사회적 담론｣으로 박사학위를 받았다. 그 뒤 성균관대학교, 한성대학교, 한국방송통신대학교 등지에서 (학술)연구교수를 역임하였다. 주요 연구 분야는 역사학(한국현대사, 한국여성사)이며 한국전쟁, 냉전, 젠더 등에 관심을 갖고 있다.
KWON HeokTae / Dept. of Japanese Studies, SungKongHoe Univ.
고려대 사학과를 거쳐 일본 히토쯔바시 대학에서 경제학 박사 학위(일본경제사)를 받았다. 일본 국립 야마구치 대학 교수를 거쳐 2000년부터 성공회대학 일본학과 교수로 재직 중이다. 저서로는 <반일과 동아시아>(공저), <아시아의 시민사회>(공저) 등이 있다.
JANG YoungSeog / Dept. of Chinese Studies, SungKongHoe Univ.
JANG Young Seog was born in 1961. Since 2001 to 2003 he was a research fellow at the Institute of East and West Studies at Yonsei University. Currently he is an associate professor at the Department of Chinese Studies at Sungkonghoe University, Dean of Student and Exchange Affairs at Sungkonghoe University, Vice-President of the Korea Association of Contemporary Chinese Studies. He received PhD at Peking University. His edited books and monographs include “The Change of Labor System and Transformation of the Function of Trade Union in Contemporary China” (2004), “The Structure of Division and Labor Relations of East Asia” (1,2,3, co-working) (2005-2007), “China’s Labor Problems in the Era of Globalization” (2007), “The Politics of Chinese Labor’s Memory” (co-working) (2007), “Power Transition and Policy in China” (co-working) (2008).
Vladimir TIKHONOV / Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo
Vladimir Tikhonov, an associate professor of Korean Studies at the University of Oslo in Norway, was born in 1973. After getting a great impact from the watching Korean movie “Chun Hyang” he started to form special connection with Korea. After graduating from the Department of Korean History of the Faculty of Oriental Studies at St. Petersburg State University, he received Ph.D. from the Moscow State University with the doctoral dissertation about the Kaya, a combination of proto-states, in ancient Korea. As he claims himself to be Korean, as much he possesses deep understanding of Korea, and was naturalized as a Korean citizen. His major interests are Ideology studies of East Asia, including Korea. Main books are “Your Korea”, “There are Right and Left but not High and Low”.
CHA SeungKi / Choseon University
CHA Seung Ki, HK Professor research professor of the Institute for East Asian studies at Sungkonghoe University, was born in 1967. He graduated from the Department of Korean Language and Literature of Dankook University. Earned Ph. D. in Korean language and literature studies at Yonsei University. He was a foreign researcher in Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (2005-2007).
He is broadly studying the Modern History of Korean Literature and Literal Thought (문학 사상), especially focusing on war-time order and war situation afterwards of Chinese-Japanese War and the change in literary and discourse field brought about by the colonial/ imperial order structural change in relation with Japanese realm of ideas. Among main books there are “Critical of anti-modern imagination”, among the papers there are “Abstractness and over protectiveness: imperial/ colonial thought series of Chinese-Japanese war period and discourse politics”, “Descriptive rational criticism of war time order/ structure”, “A century of facts/ reality, contingency, ethics of cooperation” and others, among translations: “Dissolution of the World History” (joint translation) and others.
김필호 / 이화여대
임경화 / 연세대 국학연구원
김민환 / 한신대
김지윤 / 성공회대