Studies of citizenship and other subjectivities

“Women’s Food Work, Food Citizenship, and Transnational Consumer Capitalism: A Case study of a Feminist Food Cooperative in South Korea,” Food, Culture, & Society 2022(August) (online version published in February 2021).

Women’s Food Work Food Citizenship Transnational Consumer Capitalism – a case study of a feminist food cooperative in South Korea

“Disciplining High-School Students and Molding Their Subjectivity in South Korea: A Shift in Disciplinary Paradigm” (Chapter 7) in Challenges of Modernization and Governance in South Korea: The Sinking of the Sewol and Its Causes, edited by Jae-Jung Suh and Mikyoung Kim (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017): 143-168.

“Han’gugeseo yusunhan haksaeng mandeulgi: hunyuk paerodaimui pyonhwareu chungsimeuro” (Making docile students in South Korea: focusing on the shift indisciplinary paradigm; Chapter 7) in Ch’immolhan Sewolho, nanp’ahaneun taehanminguk: apch’ukjeok keundaehwawa pokhapjeok risk (Sunken Ferry Sewol, the Republic of Korea in maelstrom: compressed modernization and complicated risk)(Seoul: Han’ul Press, 2017): 217-248. (This is a Korean translation of the edited volume above; the English and Korean versions were published simultaneously.)

“31. Trajectories of Citizenship in South Korea” in The Routledge Handbook of Global Citizenship Studies, edited by Engin F. Isin and Peter Nyers. Abingdon and New York: Routledge (2014), pp. 355-365.

“The Idea and Practices of Citizenship in South Korea” (chapter 2) in Citizenship and Migration in the Era of Globalization: The Flow of Migrants and the Perception of Citizenship in Asia and Europe, edited by Markus Pohlmann, Jonghoe Yang, and Jong-hee Lee. (Springer: 2013), pp. 9-38.

“Local Meanings and Lived Experiences of Citizenship: Voices from a Women’s Organization in South Korea,” Citizenship Studies 16(February 2012): 49-67.

“The Interplay between the State, the Market, and Culture in Shaping Civil Society: A Case Study of the PSPD in Post-Military Rule Korea,” Journal of Asian Studies 69:2 (May 2010): 479-505.

“Women and Civil Society in South Korea” in Korean Society: Civil Society, Democracy, and the State, 2nd ed. edited by Charles K. Armstrong (Routledge, 2007; reprinted in 2009): 121-148.

“The Rise of Women in Korea: Gains and Obstacles” in Insight into Korea, edited by the Korea Herald. Seoul: Herald Media, 2007): 204-213.

“Cambio social y situación de las mujeres en Corea del Sur: Familia, trabajo y politica” (Social change and women’s position in South Korea: family, work, and politics) in Mujeres asiáticas: Cambio social y modernidad (Asian women: Social Change and Modernity), edited by Amelia Sááiz López. Documento CIDOB-Asia, no. 12. Barcelona: Fundación CIDOB, 2006): 24-48.

“Immigration and Mothering: Two Generations of Middle-Class Korean Immigrant Women,” Gender & Society 17:6(December 2003): 840-860.

“Redrafting Democratization through Women’s Representation and Participation in the Republic of Korea” in Korea’s Democratization, edited by Samuel S. Kim (Cambridge University Press, 2003): 107-134.

“Carving Out Space: Civil Society and the Women’s Movement in South Korea,” The Journal of Asian Studies 61:2(May, 2002): 473-500.

“The Production and Subversion of Hegemonic Masculinity: Reconfiguring Gender Hierarchy in Contemporary South Korea,” in Under construction: The Gendering of Modernity, Class, and Consumption in the Republic of Korea, ed.Laurel Kendall (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2001), pp. 79-113.

“Overcome by Globalization: The Rise of a Women’s Policy in South Korea,” in Korea’s Globalization, ed. Samuel S. Kim (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 126-46.