Selected Publications from IKS Faculty

Dictators and Their Secret Police: Coercive Institutions and State Violence

Sheena Chestnut Greitens, Dictators and Their Secret Police: Coercive Institutions and State Violence (Cambridge University Press, Series in Contentious Politics, Series of the Weatherhead East Asia Institute, 2016).

Kim Il Sung: Partisan from the Edges of Empire C. Harrison Kim, “Kim Il Sung: Partisan from the Edges of Empire,” Palgrave Encyclopedia of Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism, Immanuel Ness and Zack Cope, eds. (Palgrave, 2016).
Asian North Americans’ leisure: A critical examination of the theoretical frameworks used in research and suggestions for future Kangjae Jerry Lee & M. Stodolska, “Asian North Americans’ leisure: A critical examination of the theoretical frameworks used in research and suggestions for future study,” Leisure Sciences (2016).
Geopolitics and the South Korean FTA Strategy Jonathan Krieckhaus, “Geopolitics and the South Korean FTA Strategy,” Asian Perspective (forthcoming).
What Explains South Korean Interest in FTA Partners? An Empirical Analysis Chika Yamamoto Rosenbaum and Jonathan Krieckhaus, “What Explains South Korean Interest in FTA Partners? An Empirical Analysis,” Asian Survey, Vol. 56, No. 5 (2016): pp. 982-1004.
How did industrial products change a society?  Historical evidence of imported cotton cloth in Korea, 1882-1910 S-Y. Kim & Jung Ha-Brookshire, “How did industrial products change a society?  Historical evidence of imported cotton cloth in Korea, 1882-1910,” Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, Vol. 34, No. 2 (2015): pp. 109-126.
Vinalon City C. Harrison Kim, “North Korea’s Vinalon City: Industrialism as Socialist Everyday Life,” positions: asia critique, Vol. 22, No. 4 (2014): pp. 809-836.
How Democracy Influences South Korean Interest in Free Trade Agreements A. Cooper Drury, Vanya Krieckhaus, and Chika Yamamoto, “How Democracy Influences South Korean Interest in Free Trade Agreements,” Korea Observer (2014).
Illicit: North Korea’s Evolving Operations to Earn Hard Currency Sheena Chestnut Greitens, Illicit: North Korea’s Evolving Operations to Earn Hard Currency (Washington, DC: Committee on Human Rights in North Korea, April 2014).
Interracial contact experiences during recreational sports: Korean American males' perspectives Kangjae Jerry Lee & D. Scott, “Interracial contact experiences during recreational sports: Korean American males' perspectives,” Journal of Leisure Research, Vol. 45 (2013): pp. 267-294.
Total, Thus Broken: chuch’e sasang and North Korea’s Terrain of Subjectivity C. Harrison Kim, “Total, Thus Broken: chuch’e sasang and North Korea’s Terrain of Subjectivity,” The Journal of Korean Studies, Vol. 17, No. 1 (2012): pp. 69-96.