I’m excited to announce that I’ll be co-editing Detours: A Decolonial Guide to Korea, a volume in the “Detours” series of alternative guide books. It’s a public-facing project that centers interdisciplinary, creative, and demilitarist feminist approaches, with aims to defamiliarize the ways in which Korea is popularly depicted by and consumed through a global tourist gaze.… more
A conference at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)—Organized by EnviroLab at the Claremont Colleges and the Center for… more
Journal of Lesbian Studies seeks contributions from multiple disciplines and are hoping to represent a diversity of geographical perspectives. Encouraged are submissions of short, public-facing, and/or experimental articles, as well as visual art and poetry. Proposals due by June 1, full manuscripts due by August 15, 2022.… more
“Although the July 27, 1953 Korean War armistice recommended that the United States, North Korea, and China to negotiate a permanent peace agreement in three months time, the Korean War persists today in the ongoing division of Korea, the continued U.S. military occupation of South Korea, the U.S.-led sanctions regime against North Korea, and the unabating militarization of the larger region.”… more
There are several faculty positions in Korean Studies and Asian American Studies — Stony Brook, Boston University, Emory, UW Seattle, Harvard, and Leiden (Netherlands).… 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 UniversitÃ¤t 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.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applications and nominations for a full-time tenure-track faculty position in Latinx gender studies at the rank of Assistant Professor. They welcome applicants with research and teaching interests in border and migration studies, transgender studies, feminist geography, indigenous studies, and/or carceral studies.
UCLA invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position for an Indigenous Studies scholar in sociology, geography, or related social science fields. The successful candidate will be housed in the relevant disciplinary department, with teaching and service responsibilities split between the department and American Indian Studies.