Earlier this year I had the pleasure of speaking with Aaron Schrank, a religion and diaspora reporter who has produced… more
How have women risen up collectively to create change—and influenced broader movements in the process? What has made women particularly effective protesters, and what ideas have women come up with that have changed the art of protest?
I’m giving a talk in LA on Wednesday, October 23 about protest cultures in Korea and the Korean diaspora, co-presented with Jennifer Chun on research we’ve been doing for a while. We plan to do a little more than a typical academic talk with multiple projectors and audiovisual materials. An event organized by GYOPO. Please do RSVP.
Here’s a short piece that just came out on SSRC’s The Immanent Frame: Secularism, religion, and the public sphere blog.… more
Gender and Women’s Studies at UC Berkeley is looking for “a scholar with a strong commitment to feminist, anti-racist transnational, postcolonial, and decolonial theoretical perspectives. Areas of scholarship may include but are not limited to gender and sexual violence in the context of colonialism/settler colonialism, enslavement, immigration, militarism, as well as work that discusses restorative and transformative justice.”
The Institute of Korean Studies at Freie Universität Berlin has launched its Summer Special Lecture Series 2020 — “The Korean… more
UCLA History invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor in the history of medicine. The chronological and geographical range are open but we especially welcome candidates whose work includes a transnational or global dimension, who are interested in the technological and material aspects of medical practice, broadly construed, and who think in an integrated way about the history of science, technology and medicine and their place in a history department.
Alternative “playlist” from Hyperallergic.com.