If you don’t have access to any of the articles below through a library near you, send me an email and I’d be happy to send it to you.
Han, JHJ. Forthcoming in 2022. “Out of Place in Time: Queer Discontents and Shigisangjo.” Journal of Asian Studies.
Han, JHJ. 2021. “The Politics of Postponement and Sexual Minority Rights in South Korea.” In Rights Claiming in South Korea, edited by Celeste L. Arrington and Patricia Goedde. Cambridge University Press.
Han, JHJ. 2020. “High-Altitude Protests and Necropolitical Digits.” In Digital Lives in Global City: Contesting Infrastrucutres,, edited by Deborah Cowen, Alexis Mitchell, Emily Paradis, and Brett Story. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. See article
Han, JHJ. 2019. “Singing from the margins.” The Immanent Frame. January 24, 2019.
Han, JHJ. 2018. “Shifting Geographies of Proximity: Korean-led Evangelical Christian Missions and the U.S. Empire.” In Ethnographies of U.S. Empire, edited by Carole McGranahan and John Collins, 194-213. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. Link
Han, JHJ. 2017. â€œBecoming Visible, Becoming Political: Faith and Queer Activism in South Korea.â€ Scholar & Feminist Online 14(2).
Han, JHJ. 2017. “The Politics of Homophobia in South Korea.” East Asia Forum Quarterly 8 (2): 6-7. Link
Chun, Jennifer Jihye and Han, JHJ. 2015. â€œLanguage Travels and Global Aspirations of Korean Youth.” positions: asia critique 23 (3): 565-593. Link
Han, JHJ. 2015. â€œOur Past, Your Future: Evangelical Missionaries and the Script of Prosperity.â€ In Territories of Poverty: Rethinking North and South, edited by Ananya Roy and Emma Shaw Crane, 178â€“94. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press. Link
Han, JHJ. 2015. â€œUrban Megachurches and Contentious Religious Politics in Seoul.â€ In Handbook of Religion and the Asian City: Aspiration and Urbanization in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Peter Van der Veer, 133â€“51. Berkeley: University of California Press. Link
Han, JHJ and Chun, Jennifer Jihye. 2014. “Introduction: gender and politics in contemporary Korea.” Journal of Korean Studies 19 (2): 245-255. Link
Na, Tari Young-Jung. Translation by JHJ Han and Se-Woong Koo. 2014. “The South Korean Gender System: LGBTI in the Contexts of Family, Legal Identity, and the Military.” Journal of Korean Studies 19 (2): 357-377. Link
Han, JHJ. 2013. “Beyond safe haven: a Critique of Christian custody of North Koreans in China.” Critical Asian Studies 45 (4): 533-560. PDF.
Han, JHJ. 2011. “Vacant warehouses as placeholders of fortune.” In Korean: â€œìž¬ì‚°ì¦ì‹ì˜ ìžë¦¬ë§¡ê¸°â€ (Korean translation by Kwon Insook). Temporary Storages: Joo Hwang, Seoul, Korea: mediabus. PDF in English/Korean, 2.2 MB
Han, JHJ. 2011. ” ‘If you donâ€™t work, you donâ€™t eat’: Evangelizing development in Africa.” In New Millennium South Korea: Neoliberal Capital and Transnational Movements, edited by Jesook Song. London: Routledge. PDF, 1.4 MB (From Academia.edu)
Han, JHJ. 2010. “Neither friends nor foes: Thoughts on ethnographic distance.” Geoforum 41 (1): 11-14. PDF, 128.4 KB
Han, JHJ. 2010. “Reaching the unreached in the 10/40 Window: The missionary geoscience of race, difference and distance.” In Mapping the End Times: American Evangelical Geopolitics and Apocalyptic Visions, edited by Jason Dittmer and Tristan Sturm, 183-207. Hampshire: Ashgate. PDF, 4.3 MB (From Academia.edu)
Han, JHJ. 2008. “Missionary.” Aether: the Journal of Media Geography 3: 58-83. PDF
Han, JHJ. 2005. “Missionary Destinations and Diasporic Destiny: Spatiality of Korean/American Evangelism and the Cell Church.” Institute for the Study of Social Change. ISSC Fellows Working Papers. Online
Han, JHJ. 2000. “Organizing Korean Americans against Homophobia.” Sojourner: The Women’s Forum 25, June issue. PDF, 198 KB
Han, JHJ. 1998. “Incidents of Travel.” In Q&A: Queer in Asian America, edited by David L. Eng and Alice Y. Hom, 398-404. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. PDF, 1.0 MB
Han, JHJ. 1998. “crossing.” In writing away here: a korean/american anthology, edited by Laura Hyun Yi Kang. Oakland: Oakland Korean American Arts Festival.