History Experts

MA Candidate in Korean Studies, Seoul National University Graduate School of International Studies
Seung Mo (Azariah) Kang was born in Seoul, South Korea.  He spent most of his childhood and teenage years in the UK and the US, and received his BA in Anthropology and Asian Studies at Macalester College.  Afterwards, he moved back to Korea and served in the armed forces as a translating officer in the Korean Air Force for 3 years.  Upon completing his duty, he briefly worked for a...
Professor of History, Georgetown University
Ph.D. Candidate, Religious Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Samuel J. Kessler received his BA from New York University and MA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is currently a doctoral candidate and teaching fellow in the Department of Religious Studies at UNC Chapel Hill. His scholarship focuses primarily on nineteenth-century responses to Enlightenment and the history of science. He also works on topics in postmodern theory (Foucaul...
PhD Candidate, Seoul National University
Chong Min Kim is a PhD candidate and a lecturer of Graduate International Studies (GSIS), Seoul National University (SNU) and a Global PhD Fellow of National Research Foundation. She is a BA in Economics at SNU, and MA in International Studies at GSIS SNU. Her article "The U.S.'s Economic Disengagement Policy and Korea's Industrial Transformation: Implications of the Textile Disputes...
Associate Professor of History, Catholic University
Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Maryland, College Park
Piotr H. Kosicki is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Maryland in College Park. He specializes in the transnational history of 20th-century Europe, focusing particularly on religion, politics, and the history of ideas. Other topics of research interest include the thought and politics of John Paul II, the Catholic Church’s place in the global Cold War, European historical m...
Honorary Fellow, Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford; Emeritus Professory of History, Ball State University
Dr. John Koumoulides, was a professor of history and administrator of the Greeek Studies and lecture program, which he founded, at Ball State Univeristy in Muncie, Indiana from 1968-2002. Since Januar 2003 he serves as an emritus professor at Ball State and Senior Scholar at the Wooodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. He also serveson the Advisory Editorial Boards of The Cyprus Review a...
Professor of History at Koomkin University in Seoul, South Korea
Affiliation:Former Assistant Professor, Oriental Studies Department, St. Petersburg State UniversityWilson Center Project(s):North Korea History: Soviet Advisers in North Korea 1945-62 
Journalist and former Pyongyang Bureau Chief, Associated Press
Jean H. Lee is a veteran foreign correspondent and expert on North Korea. Lee led the Associated Press news agency’s coverage of the Korean Peninsula as bureau chief from 2008 to 2013. In 2011, she became the first American reporter granted extensive access on the ground in North Korea, and in January 2012 opened AP’s Pyongyang bureau, the only Western text/photo news bureau based in t...
Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania

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