I’m pleased to share a new essay of mine that was just published in Critical Asian Studies. It kicks off a special issue focused on “Reframing North Korean human rights,” guest edited by Christine Hong, Assistant Professor in Literature at University… Read more ›
Looking forward to seeing these three Korean films at this year’s Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival: The Basement Satellite (망원동 인공위성, 김형주 감독), My Place (마이 플레이스, 박문칠 감독), and Tour of Duty (거미의 땅, 김동령-박경태 감독).
GitHub, Prose, Penflip, Poetica, Draft, Typewrite, and Onword reviewed on Smashing Magazine. No clear winner. Post by Ju Hui Judy Han.
In addition to Part 1 in Critical Asian Studies 45:4 (December 2013), Part 2 of Reframing North Korean Human Rights has been published. Guest edited by Christine Hong and Hazel Smith, Part 2 in Critical Asian Studies 46:1 (March 2014)… Read more ›
From Facebook. Grading, writing, lots to do, and so many ways to procrastinate. Here’s one. I set Menubar Countdown to alert me every 15 minutes to stay focused (“15! Stay focused!”).In System Preferences, I find not only Kathy and Vicki… Read more ›
As part of the Authors Meets Critics Book Discussion at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG) in Tampa, Florida, I served as a critic/discussant for the forthcoming book, The People, Place, and Space Reader, edited by Jen Jack Gieseking and… Read more ›
I’m giving a talk at McGill this Friday. ‘If you build it, they will come’? Protestant megachurches and contentious religious politics in Seoul Friday, April 4, 2014. 4-5:30pm. Arts Building, RM W-215. Centre for East Asian Research. McGill University, Montreal.… Read more ›
The following articles in the thematic issue of Critical Asian Studies on Reframing North Korean Human Rights (part 1) are free to download until the end of February 2014. Reframing North Korean Human Rights: Introduction – Christine Hong Beyond Safe Haven: A Critique… Read more ›