Ph.D., Modern Korean History, University of Chicago, June 2001
M.A., Modern Korean History, University of Chicago, December 1990
B.A., Modern European History, University of Chicago, June 1984
The Making of Minjung: Democracy and the Politics of Representation in South Korea
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2007
"South Korean Democracy Movement," in James DeFronzo, ed., Revolutionary Movements In World History: From 1750 to the Present (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2006): 801-810.
"Representing the Worker: Worker-Intellectual Alliance of the 1980s in South Korea," in The Journal of Asian Studies 64:4 (November 2005): 911-938.
"Y|ksa, iron mit minjok kukka: Asia hak¡i ch|eg¡n ¡i ironj|k tonghyang" [History, Theory, and Nation: The Recent Theoretical Development in the Asian Field], forthcoming in Ji-Hyun Lim, ed., Kuksa ¡i hach'aer¡l hyanghay| [Deconstructing national history] (Seoul: Hyum|nist, 2004).
"Between Indeterminacy and Radical Critique: Madang-g¡k, Ritual, and Protest," in Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique (Winter 2003).
"Anti-Communism, North Korea, and Human Rights in South Korea: 'Orientalist' Discourse and Construction of South Korean Identity," in Mark Bradley, editor, Truth Claims: Representation and Human Rights (New Directions in International Studies, Rutgers University Press, 2002).
"The South Korean Student Movement: 'Undongkw|n' as a Counterpublic Space,"
in Charles Armstrong, editor, Civil Society in South Korea (New York: Routledge, 2002).
"Making Minjung Subjectivity: Crisis of Subjectivity and Rewriting History, 1960-1988," (Ph.D. diss., University of Chicago, 2001).