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Ethnographies of U.S. Empire, Duke University Press, 2018.

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Selected Publications

  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. “Becoming Visible, Becoming Political: Faith and Queer Activism in South Korea.” Scholar & Feminist Online 14(2).

  Han, JHJ. 2017. “The Politics of Homophobia in South Korea.” East Asia Forum Quarterly 8 (2): 6-7. Link

  한주희. 2015. “퀴어 정치와 퀴어 지정학.” 문화과학 83: 62-81. [Han, Ju Hui Judy. 2015. “Queer Politics and Queer Geopolitics.” Munhwa/Kwahak 83: 62-81. Link

  Chun, Jennifer Jihye and Han, JHJ. 2015. “Language Travels and Global Aspirations of Korean Youth.” positions: asia critique 23 (3): 565-593. Link

  Han, JHJ. 2015. “Our Past, Your Future: Evangelical Missionaries and the Script of Prosperity.” In Territories of Poverty: Rethinking North and South, edited by Ananya Roy and Emma Shaw Crane, 178–94. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press. Link

  Han, JHJ. 2015. “Urban Megachurches and Contentious Religious Politics in Seoul.” In Handbook of Religion and the Asian City: Aspiration and Urbanization in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Peter Van der Veer, 133–51. 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  PDF.

  Han, JHJ. 2011. “Vacant warehouses as placeholders of fortune.” In Korean: “재산증식의 자리맡기” (Korean translation by Kwon Insook). Temporary Storages: Joo Hwang, Seoul, Korea: mediabus. PDF  PDF in English/Korean, 2.2 MB

  Han, JHJ. 2011. ” ‘If you don’t work, you don’t eat’: Evangelizing development in Africa.” In New Millennium South Korea: Neoliberal Capital and Transnational Movements, edited by Jesook Song. London: Routledge. PDF  PDF, 1.4 MB (From Academia.edu)

  Han, JHJ. 2010. “Neither friends nor foes: Thoughts on ethnographic distance.” Geoforum 41 (1): 11-14. PDF  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  PDF, 4.3 MB (From Academia.edu)

  Han, JHJ. 2008. “Missionary.” Aether: the Journal of Media Geography 3: 58-83. PDF  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  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  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.