Publications (selected since 2000)
The Enemy Within: Earthquake, Rumors, and the Massacre of Koreans in the Japanese Empire (revision in progress).
Archiving the Colonized: Representations of Koreans in the Japanese Empire (in progress)
Children's Narratives of Historical Trauma in Twentieth-Century Japan (in progress)
Kwandongdaejijin Chosŏnin haksal e taehan Ilbon kukka wa minjung ŭi ch’aegim [The Great Kantō Earthquake and the Massacre of Koreans: Japan’s State Responsibility and People’s Responsibility]. Japanese-Korean translation with translator’s introduction of Yamada Shōji, Kantō daishinsai ji no chōsenjin gyakusatsu: sono kokka sekinin to minshū sekinin (Tokyo: Sōshisha, 2003), Seoul: Nonhyŏng, 2008.
Book Chapters and Conferences Proceedings
“Competing Narratives of Colonial Mayhem: Remembering the Massacred in the Japanese Empire.” Conference Proceeding for the International Conference on History. Athens, Greece: Athens Institute for Education and Research (forthcoming).
“The Enemy Within: Earthquake, Rumors, and Massacre in the Japanese Empire.” In Tobe Levin, ed. Violence: Mercurial Gestalt (At the Interface/Probing the Boundaries Series). Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2008, 187-211.
“Gendai no naka no rekishi to dentō” [Tradition and History in the Modern World]. In Nara bunka kenshūkai [Nara Cultural Studies Group], ed. Dentō bunka fureai ikusucheinji in Nara. Yokohama, Japan: Hama no kai [Yokohama Association], 2001 [in Japanese].
“Takokuseki bunka toshi Yokohama” [Yokohama: The City of Multi-national Culture]. In Yokohama gaku renraku kaigi jusshūnen kinenshi henshū iinkai [Editorial Board of the 10th Anniversary Publication Project on the History of the Association for Yokohama Studies], ed. Watashi no Yokohama. Yokohama, Japan: Yokohama gaku renraku kaigi [Association for Yokohama Studies]. 2001. 164-167 [in Japanese].
Booklets and Edited Books
The Massacre of Koreans through Paintings (bilingual brochure for the Great Kanto Earthquake 80th Anniversary Special Exhibition, August 20-October 14, 2003 including introduction, exhibition guide, and an article “The Political Practice in Violence and Interpretations”) Tokyo: Koryŏ Museum, 2003 [in English and Korean].
National Museum of Japanese History Guidebook, edited by National Museum of Japanese History (Sakura-shi, Japan: National Museum of Japanese History), 2002 [Japanese-Korean translation of the Japanese booklet produced by the Rekihaku].
Guest Editor, Visual Narratives of Japanese History (a special issue of journal Studies on Asia), forthcoming in March 2013.
"A Visual Narrative of the Earthquake and the Massacre of Koreans in Tokyo, 1923." Visual Narratives of Japanese History (a special issue of journal Studies on Asia), forthcoming in March 2013.
"Politics of Cartography: Mapping Dokdo/Takeshima between Korea and Japan" (in preparation based on American Historical Association Annual Meeting presentation in San Diego, 2010).
“‘Malcontent Koreans’ (Futei Senjin): A Genealogy of Colonial Representations of Koreans in the Japanese Metropole.” (in progress)
“Politics of Cartography: Mapping Dokdo/Takeshima between Korea and Japan.” (in progress)
“Writing Fear, Drawing Trauma: Children’s Narratives of Collective Violence in Modern Japanese History.” (in preparation)
“Kwandongdaejijin ŭl ch’udoham: Ilbon jeguk e issŏsŏ ŭi ‘Pullyŏng Sŏnin’ gwa ch’udo ŭi jŏngch’ihak” [Commemorating the Great Kantō Earthquake: Futei Senjin and the Politics of Mourning in the Japanese Empire] The Journal of Asiatic Studies (Asea Yongu)51:1 (spring 2008), 53-96 [in Korean]
“Jinken o kangaeru madoguchi to shite no zainichi Korian no rekishi to kūkan” [History and Space of Korean Residents of Japan: As a Window to the Issue of Human Rights in Japan]. Sai 48 (September 2003): 12-16 [in Japanese].
Review of Race for Empire: Koreans as Japanese and Japanese as Americans during World War II by Takashi Fujitani (University of California Press, 2012). Journal of World History (forthcoming).
Review of The Proletarian Gamble: Korean Workers in Interwar Japan by Ken Kawashima (Duke University Press, 2009). Journal of Asian Studies 69:1 (Feb 2010), 292-294.
Review of “Shimotsuma Monogatari [Kamikaze Girls]” (feature film, 2006). Young in Japan (Asian Educational Media Services 6th Annual Film Festival Booklet), p. 4, October 2008.
Review of “The Brotherhood of War: Taegukgi” (2004). News and Reviews 9:2 (Cover story for Fall 2006). Asian Educational Media Services, p. 1 and p. 8. August 2006.
Review of “Wedding through Camera Eyes: A Trilogy of Wedding Photography in Korea” (documentary film), directed by Kijung Lee (2002). News and Reviews 7:2 (Spring/Summer 2004), Asian Educational Media Services, pp. 4-5.
Translations of Scholarly Articles
Early Modern Japan Through Its Parades: Samurai, Foreign Embassies, Festivals (Special exhibition catalog). Edited by National Museum of Japanese History. Sakura-shi, Japan: National Museum of Japanese History, 2012 [Japanese-Korean translation of the exhibition booklet].
“Refracted Modernity and the Issue of Pro-Japanese Collaborators in Korea,” by Youn-tae Chung. Korea Journal 42:3 (2002), 18-59 [Korean-English translation with Yoo-Jung Kong].
“Unfinished Tasks for Korean Family Policy in the 1990s: Maternity Protection Policy and Abolition of the Family-Head System,” by Hyunah Yang. Korea Journal 42:2 (2002), 68-99 [Korean-English translation].
“Should Korean Historians Abandon Nationalism?” by Chan-Seung Park. Korea Journal 39:2 (1999), 318-342 [Korean-English translation with Yoo-Jung Kong].
Seoul Journal of Korean Studies, Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies, Seoul National University, Korea, 2012-present
Journal of Japanese Studies, University of Washington Press, 2010-present
Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique, Duke University Press, 2006-present
Comparative Studies in Society and History, Cambridge University Press, 2007-present
Teacher-Scholar: The Journal of the State Comprehensive University, Fort Hays State University, 2008-present
BooksMcGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2010-present
Palgrave Macmillan, 2007-present
Longman Publishers, 2007-present
Houghton Mifflin Company, 2007-present