Position title: TA: History 363 with Professor Kinzley
Advisor: Charles Kim
Office: 4271 Mosse Humanities Building
Mailbox: 5075 Mosse Humanities Building
Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 -12:00 via Zoom
I’m an East Asian historian and Koreanist. My research has centered on postwar Korea, focusing on labor, class formation, and social activism amidst the “miracle” of its rapid industrial development.
Before arriving to the history department of UW-Madison, I had been a long term resident of Korea, beginning with a stint as an English Instructor and culminating in my graduation from Yonsei University. I am excited to be working with my adviser, Prof. Charles Kim, along with other East Asian History faculty and graduate students, and look forward to integrating their insights into an expansive view of my own topic and its relation to regional history.
M.A., Yonsei University (Seoul, Korea), 2019
- East Asian History
- “From Reform to Revolution: Labor and Its Position in Korea’s Democratization Movement, 1979-1983”
- “Class Cleavages and the Developmental State: The Labor Movement in Yusin Korea.” Marŭk’ŭsŭjuŭi yŏn’gu 15, no. 1 (February 2018): 283-310
- “Industrial Peace in Japan.” Yonsei Journal of International Studies 10, no. 2 (Fall/Winter 2018): 149-164