Interview with Prof. Jung, Keun-Sik : from Peace in East Asia to Social Justice Q1. You have broadened the scope of your research across a variety of topics, from the colonial era to the East Asian Cold War and Post-Cold War eras, all while maintaining a fixed focus on the East Asian Cold War and Division system. We think the keyword that shared among all these topics is "peace". Could you tell us what originally piqued your interest in these issues and what factors are imp..
Prof. Bae, Eun-Kyung (2) : the Interdisciplinary Program in Gender Studies in SNU Question: You are currently working as the head professor for the Interdisciplinary Program in Gender Studies. Do you see any changes in students’ attitudes or actions in the lecture room? Bae: There is not much change actually. Normally students who are interested in feminism and social issues that are related to gender take the women’s studies subjects that are offered. Those students who take..
Prof. Bae, Eun-kyung (1) : The (a)Social History of Korean Women's Birth Control Question: Your dissertation was titled, “(A)social history of Korean women’s birth control: 1950s-1970s” (2004). I think the low birthrate issue in Korean society today is an important one with “childbirth” becoming a key concept with broad implications beyond gender, to families, education, housing, social welfare, and all throughout society. Would it be possible for you to explain your thesis ..
Introducing a new faculty - A talk with Prof. Dong-kyun Im The interview section is looking for in-depth discussions with sociologists at Seoul National University. For the first interviewee, we met newly-recruited professor Dong-kyun Lim and talked about his vision for future research, as well as his recent experience at Seoul National University. Q: Can you introduce your Ph.D dissertation? A: My dissertation is an analysis on cognition and attitude o..