서울대학교 아시아연구소 방문학자 신청 안내

서울대학교 아시아연구소는 아시아연구에 관심을 갖고 있는 국내외 우수학자들의 교류 및 아시아연구소와의 협력을 위하여 방문학자제도를 운영하고 있습니다. 아시아연구소는 방문학자들의 소속기간 동안 연구소의 다양한 학술, 교류활동에 적극적으로 참여하기를 기대합니다. 방문학자들에게는 매 학기 정기적으로 이루어지는 Asia Square Brown Bag Seminar를 통해 연구발표의 기회를 제공해드립니다.

아시아연구소 방문학자 임용은 1차 내부심사와 2차 행정절차로 이루어집니다.

1차심사: 연구소내부 심사위원회에서 검토 후 승인여부 결정

심사를 위해 필요한 서류:

  • 방문기간 동안의 연구계획서 (방문희망 기간을 명시한 A4 2페이지 내외)
  • CV (학력 및 경력은 시작일과 종료일 명시/YYYY.MM)
  • 후원확인서 (아시아연구소 내부 연구단위 책임자의 후원확인서, 양식 사용)
  • 지도교수 확인서 (해외기관 박사학위 과정중인 지원자는, 소속기관 지도교수의 한국방문에 대한 확인서: 이름, 소속, 기간, 연구주제 명시)
  • 방문학자 임용일: 2024년 이후 방문학자는 1년에 4회 임용 (3/1, 6/1, 9/1, 12/1).
  • 방문학자시작 희망일 기준 최소 2개월 전 신청 (예: 2024년 6월 1일부터 방문 희망 시, 최소 2024년 3월 31일까지 신청)
방문학자 신청 링크  

2차 행정절차: 아시아연구소 방문학자 임용절차

1차 서류심사에서 승인 완료 후, 방문학자 임용에 필요한 서류를 제출하면, 절차에 따라 임용절차 진행. 통상적으로 한 달 이상의 시간이 소요됨.

방문학자(방문학생 포함)의 경우, 연구소 체류기간 동안 매 학기 정기적으로 이루어지는 Asia Square Brown Bag Seminar를 통해 콜로키움 형식의 발표기회 제공 가능.

* 방문학자 프로그램은 고용계약관계가 아니기에, 한국으로 입국을 위한 비자 발급에 도움을 드릴 수 없습니다. 

방문학자 신청문의

아시아연구소 국제교류부 snuac_exch@snu.ac.kr, 02-880-2096

Changgil Kim served as the president of the Korea Rural Economic Research Institute and is currently a visiting scholar at Seoul National University Asia Center. Recently, he was appointed as the chairman of the Rural Subcommittee of the Presidential Committee on Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Policy. His research interests include agricultural economics and environmental economics. He is particularly interested in fostering agricultural human resources in developing countries and is working to build a Global Agricultural High-tech Network (GHAN). He is also researching climate-smart agriculture in response to climate change and food security in Southeast Asia.

Daeun Lee is a PhD candidate in Comparative Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore. Her research interests lie within mobility and migration studies, specifically focusing on the mobility of young people in Asia and transnational solidarity in Asian youth activism. Her PhD research explores foreigners’ “visa run” practices in Korea, which involve exiting and re-entering the country to extend their stay. She aims to examine how these “visa run” practices blur the boundaries between ‘legal vs illegal’ and ‘tourist vs migrant.’ Additionally, she seeks to identify the mobility rhythms and lifestyles created by regular and frequent border-crossings.

Dongsoo Kim is a ROK Naval Aviation Officer (O-5) with expertise in Maritime Security, Aerospace, Science Technology (ST), ICT, and Development Policy. Interesting parties in International Development Cooperation are North Korea and Africa. The main research projects are as follows. First, the Expansion Option of ROK PKO’s role in Humanitarian Assistance and Development in Africa. Second, the Development cooperation option of ST and ICT between South Korea and Africa.

Hojai Jung, an accomplished journalist and Ph.D. in Comparative Asian Studies, delves into Korea’s traditional-modern dynamics and explores the concept of “New Korean.” His journey spans various Asian countries, emphasizing Southeast Asia, interviewing influential figures like Thaksin and Mahathir. Completing his Ph.D. at NUS, he focuses on Asian media, examining state-run media in Myanmar and South Korea. His ongoing interests lie in comparative studies, particularly in Southeast and Northeast Asia, with a focus on media and cultural policy. Noteworthy books include “The Asian Age Comes Like K-Pop (2020)” and “Seeing the K Again (2021).”

Jaok Kwon is a sociologist and her research interests include the sociology of development, labor, gender, and transnational labor migration. Previously, she worked as a research fellow at the Max-Weber-Institute for Sociology at Heidelberg University. She also conducted postdoctoral research at Tohoku University and Hitotsubashi University in Japan after obtaining her PhD in sociology from Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo, Japan. Her work on socioeconomic issues in East Asia has been published in various journals, including Gender StudiesLabor HistoryInternational Journal of Japanese Sociology, and Korea Observer.

Junghwan Kim is a sociologist studying and teaching in the area of cultural sociology and social theory. Recently, he has been working on the imaginary of Korean democracy, the meaning of being ‘grown-up’ in Korea, and the problem of intimacy and publicness in Choi Eunyoung’s works.

Kyungjin Lee is a visiting research fellow at Seoul National University Asia Center and a lecturer at the Division of International Studies at Ajou University. Her research interests lie in industrial policies, state-business relations, and central-local relations in China. Throughout her fellowship at SNUAC, she has been working on the local implementation of China’s aggressive industrial policy in Guangdong. The project is a follow-up to her Ph.D. dissertation, exploring industrial upgrading in GVCs and the role of local governments in ICT industries. She holds a Ph.D. in International Political Economy from the School of International Studies, Peking University in China.

Mehtap Kara is a visiting fellow at Seoul National University Asia Center (SNUAC). She received her PhD in International Relations from Eastern Mediterranean University and works as an assistant professor at Bahçeşehir Cyprus University. Her articles have appeared in peer-reviewed journals including Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, Turkish Studies, and Uluslararası Iliskiler-International Relations. Kara’s research at the SNUAC focuses on hedging strategies of secondary states including Turkey, India, South Korea in great power competition. Kara’s research fellowship at SNUAC has been funded by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Türkiye.

Minju Cho, an art historian in east Asian art history, received a BA in Art History at Duksung Woman’s University in Korea and completed her MA in History of Art and Archaeology at SOAS and PhD in Art History at Tsinghua University. Her current research is focused on Chinese and Korean art. Recently she as an executive administrative-editor published a book titled “Korean Art from the Cultural Perspective of East Asia”.

My Hang Thi Bui has recently defended her dissertation and is set to graduate in 2024 with a Ph.D. in Geography from Seoul National University. Her work engages with migrant studies, urban studies, and transnationalism. Given her Vietnamese background and academic training in South Korea, Bui has engaged in multi-sited ethnography and life-course approaches to investigate marriage migration, intra-group diversity within migrant communities, and transnational urban politics in the Asia-Pacific region. Her dissertation utilizes a place-based approach to explore the intertwining of historical and contemporary inter-Asian engagements in the politics of transnational placemaking between sister cities in South Korea and Vietnam.

Pan Seok Shin is a professor emeritus of Hongik University. He is a former Dean of PSM Graduate School and College of Science-Technology of Hongik University. Professor Shin has a B.A. in Electrical Engineering from Seoul National University, and a Ph.D. in Electric Power Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA. He worked as a faculty researcher at the Oak-Ridge National Lab., USA in 2010, and has served as a member of Korea Standards Committee from 2014. He published several books and articles both in Korean and English.

Pavel P. Em is a Research Associate at the Center of Korean Studies, École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) in Paris. Pavel obtained a PhD degree in urban geography from Moscow State University in 2013. His work primarily concerns urban development in North Korea and has been published in such journals as Cities and North Korean Review.

Sang-Hyun Yun, an assistant professor in Kyungnam University’s History Department, specializes in the evolution of individuality and human rights from the 19th to 20th centuries, with a focus on Korean liberalism, viewed through an East Asian lens. Earning her Ph.D. from Seoul National University, her dissertation probed Korea’s modern intellectual history. Her key publications include seminal works like “The Cold War and Historiography in East Asia” and “Nationalism in East Asia: Origins and Comparative Analyses.” Her research delves into the social psychology behind the liberal appropriation of the April Revolution, Journal of Humanities, Seoul National University among other scholarly endeavors.

Sung Chun Jung is a senior research fellow at KIEP (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy), where he has been doing his research on Japanese Economy since 2003. He got his Ph.D in Economics from Hitotsubashi University in 2002.

Suhyoung Sung received her Ph.D. from Tsinghua University in 2021 and is currently an affiliated professor at Mokwon University. She specializes in researching medieval Buddhist art in East Asia, focusing on the Liao and Jin Pagodas. She is deeply interested in the synchronic and diachronic characteristics of religious art, faith, and rituals. Her current project involves studying the cave temples of the Northern Song and Jin Dynasties in Northern Shaanxi Province. Her research has been published in various journals, including the Korean Journal of Art History, The Journal of the Korean Association for Buddhist Studies, and the Palace Museum Journal (China).

Wonjung Min holds a Ph.D. in Latin American literature and focuses on the Asian diaspora in Latin America and the fandom of Asian pop culture in the Spanish-speaking world. She has worked at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (UC) and is currently an associate researcher at the Asian Studies Center, UC. She is coauthor of Transnational Hallyu: The Globalization of Korean Digital and Popular Culture (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2021) and editor of Estudios Coreanos para hispanohablantes: un acercamiento crítico, comparativo e interdisciplinario (Ediciones UC, 2015) and has published widely on the reception of Asian pop culture in Latin America.

Yunhee Kim earned her Ph.D. in Government and International Affairs at Durham University (UK). She researches security policy in the Global South, especially in connection with Sino-African relations. She has published articles such as “The Conception of ‘Community of Common Destiny’ with Africa through China’s Multilateralism -Concentrating on the Forum on China and Africa Cooperation-“, “China’s Strategy towards Africa in a multipolar world”, “The Intersection between Diplomatic Security and Cooperation: Korea’s Veteran Diplomacy Towards Türkiye”, and others. As a visiting fellow at SNUAC, she will conduct research on China’s security policy towards Africa from various points of view in accordance with the ever-changing international relations.

Hyun Bang Shin is Professor of Geography and Urban Studies and the Head of the Department of Geography and Environment at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Until recently, he directed the Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre (2018-2023) and was an Editor of the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (2021-2024). Having more than 20 years of experience in researching Asian cities, Hyun’s work centres on the critical analysis of the political economy of urbanisation, focusing on speculative urbanisation, gentrification, politics of displacement, mega-projects, mega-events as urban spectacles, and Asian urbanism. His books include Global Gentrifications: Uneven Development and Displacement (Policy Press, 2015); Planetary Gentrification (Polity Press, 2016); Neoliberal Urbanism, Contested Cities and Housing in Asia (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019); Exporting Urban Korea? Reconsidering the Korean Urban Development Experience (2021, Routledge); Covid-19 in Southeast Asia: Insights for a Post-pandemic World (2022, LSE Press); The Political Economy of Mega Projects in Asia: Globalization and Urban Transformation (forthcoming, Routledge). He currently works on two other book projects, including a monograph entitled Making China Urban (for Routledge) and a monograph on the making of the speculative city of Seoul.

Yeonkyung Lee is an architectural and urban historian. She earned her Ph.D. in 2013 from the Graduate School of Yonsei University with a dissertation titled “Space and Society of Japanese Settlement in Seoul from 1885 to 1910, focused on Changes of Urban Environment.” Her research interests include the modern architectural and urban history of East Asian countries and the heritagization of modern buildings. She has conducted research on the modern architectural and urban history of Seoul, Incheon, and Taipei, and has also served as a committee member for the Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea.

Hyunjung Cho is an associate professor in the School of Digital Humanities and Social Sciences at KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology). She received her BA in art history and archaeology from Seoul National University and received her MA and PhD in art history from University of Southern California in 2011.Hyunjung was a visiting scholar in the department of architecture of Kyoto University in 2020 and she is a recipient of Fulbright scholarship of 2024-25.

Song Ha Joo is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Kookmin University, South Korea. Her research focuses on authoritarian politics and the politics of migration with a regional emphasis on post-communist Europe and Eurasia.

Hyewon Baek, Ph.D. is an expert in Arabic Literature and Criticism, holding her degree from the University of Jordan. She teaches in the Arabic language department and the Graduate school of interpretation and translation at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. Additionally, she freelances as an interpreter and translator, with notable works including translations of Arabic novels like ‘The Bamboo Stalk’ and ‘The Images, The Icon, and The Covenant’ into Korean for publication.

Soonjick Hong served as the Senior Research Fellow at the Reunification Economy Center of the Hyundai Research Institute. Currently, he is a visiting professor in the Department of Northeast Asian Studies at Chung-Ang University and a policy advisor to the Ministry of Unification. During his tenure at the Hyundai Research Institute, he carried out extensive research projects on Hyundai Group’s investment plan for the Geumgangsan Mountain tourism project and the Gaeseong Industrial Complex project and inter-Korean cooperation plan. His primary research interests include North Korean economy, inter-Korean economic cooperation, and North-South economic integration.

Minwoo Yun received the first Ph.D. in Criminal Justice from the College of Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University, USA and the second Ph.D. in International Politics from the Department of Political Science and Diplomacy, Seoul National University. Previously, he taught at Wheeling Jesuit University, USA as an Assistant Professor. He now teaches in the Department of Police Science & Security Studies at Gachon University, ROK as a Full Professor. He has also served as a consultant for various agencies and institutions including National Intelligence Service, Defense Counterintelligence Command, and other government agencies and military branches.

KIM YONGJUN is an archaeologist whose major field is South Asia. He archived Ph.D. from Dept. of Archaeology and Art History, Deccan College(Pune, India) and now worked as Research Professor at Institute of Cultural Heritage Convergence, Korea University. He has conducted several archaeological works on proto-historic and early historic sites in South and Southeast Asia since 2008. He has specialized the forensic/landscape archaeology and published more than 20 articles in international journals.

Jieun Lee, a scholar in Indian History and South Asian Studies, is a Professor in the History Department at Sejong University in Seoul. Her research focuses on the transformation of society and social ideologies during India’s colonial and post-colonial periods.

Currently, Professor Lee’s work delves into the evolution of Hindu nationalism and contemporary social and political ideologies in India and their application to the everyday lives of Indian people. As a dedicated academic, she is committed to establishing a distinctive Korean perspective in Indian studies and its methodology.

<2023년>

방문학자명소속기관
Alina Ivanova Universit of Cambridge
Cristina Bahon Autonomous University of Madrid
Didier Soopramanien Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University
Jewellord Nem Singh Interantional Institue of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Johanna O. Zulueta Toyo University
Takahashi Kaoko Meiji University
김건영 University of Cambridge
김민경Trinity University
김선홍University of Michigan
김용덕 서울대학교 동양사학과
김윤희 한림대학교
김예주 UCLA
김주옥 Texas A&M International University
김중열 (전)여성가족부 기획조정실장
박상희 서울과학기술대학교
백범흠 (전)한중일3국협력사무국 사무차장
오세미 University of Michigan
윤상현 경남대학교
윤새별 University of Edinburgh
이진수 University of Manchester
임진호 University of Wisconsin-Madison
정호재 National University of Singapore
조민서 University of Wisconsin-Madison
최창원 East Timor Institute of Business
홍정표 Miyazaki International College

<2022년>

방문학자명소속기관방문기간
Patrick Meehan SOAS University of London 2022.02.-2023.01.
김경찬한국형사정책연구원2022.03.-2023.02.
송민호㈜휴먼디자인랩 2022.03.-2023.02.
Karlee BergendorffDuke University2022.03.-2022.06.
강상우Providence College2022.03.-2022.08.
김두철Okayama University2022.04.-2023.03.
지해범조선일보2022.05.-2023.04.
임진호University of Wisconsin-Madison 2022.06.-2023.05.
박지원KOTRA2022.06.-2023.05.
하현정 Duke Kunshan University2022.06.-2022.12.
Jamie Chang Santa Clara University 2022.08-2022.09.
Marco Zappa Ca’ Foscari University Venice 2022.08.-2022.09.
채상원 Oxford University 2022.08.-2023.07.
Jewellord Nem Singh Erasmus University 2022.09.-2022.10.
안소연한국석유공사2022.09.-2023.02.
성고운복단대학교2022.09.-2023.02.
안영집 (전)주싱가포르대사 2022.09.-2023.08.
표학길서울대학교 경제학부 2022.09.-2023.08.
유성희한경대학교2022.09.-2023.08.
엄은희서울대학교 사회과학연구원 2022.10.-2023.02.
사사노미사에 Ibaraki University 2022.10.-2023.09.
최용주 홍익대학교 2022.10.-2023.09.
강명세 세종연구소 2022.10.-2023.09.
박양호 (전)국토연구원장 2022.11.-2023.02.
김창길서울대학교 농경제사회학부 2022.11.-2023.02.
정주희 Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg 2022.11.-2023.04
Kent Kamasumba Bridge of Hope Foundation 2022.11.-2023.04

<2021년>

방문학자명소속기관방문기간
주혜진대전세종연구원2021.01.-2021.12.
지주형경남대학교2021.01.-2022.01.
Tony Dahao Qian Tufts University 2020.01.-2021.12.
권자옥University of Heidelberg 2021.04.-2022.03.
김성근 한국행정연구원2021.01.-2021.12.
정다정 경인교육대학교 2021.05.-2021.05.
이선용 Princeton Theological Seminary 2021.07.-2022.08.
Tycho van der Hoog Leiden University 2021.06.-2021.08.
문수현 한양대학교 2021.08.-2022.08.
Douglas Gabriel American Council of Learned Societies Getty/ACLS Postdoctoral Fellow 2021.09.-2022.08.
El No University of Cambridge 2021.10.-2022.05.
아리옹바이갈 몽골국립대학교 2021.09.-2022.02.
허경선 한국조세재정연구원 아태재정협력센터 2021.09.-2022.08.
윤주영 대한무역투자진흥공사(KOTRA) 2021.09.-2022.08.
최창원 Universidade National Timor Lorosa’e(UNTL) 2021.10.-2022.01.
권지현 토론토 대학교 2021.10.-2022.09.
Martina Sottini London School of Economics and Political Science2021.10.-2022.05.
조가희 King’s College London 2021.11.-2022.10.

<2020년>

방문학자명소속기관방문기간
지만수 한국금융연구원 2020.01-2020.08
Nur Aisyah Kotarumalos National University of Singapore 2020.02-2021.01
김묵한 서울연구원 2020.03.-2021.02
이홍규 KAIST 2020.03-2020.08
설지인 개인연구자 2020.03-2021.03
이국봉상해교통대2020.06.15.-2020.09.30
변필성 국토연구원2020.07.08-2021.07.07
리명옥연변대학교2020.09.01-2021.02.28
신봉하바르셀로나대학2020.09.04-2020.12.04
김윤호강남대학교2020.09.01-2021.08.31
윤대엽대전대학교2020.09.01-2021.08.31

<2019년>

방문학자명소속기관방문기간
최수형한국형사정책연구원 2019.03-2019.10
Yulan Xu Yanbian University 2019.03-2019.05
Jean Young Kim University of Texas at Austin 2019.04-2019.11
Gebhard Keny Rice University 2019.06-2019.08
Young Rae Choi Florida International University 2019.06-2019.08
Ji Min Choi EHESS 2019.06-2019.12
Jinsu Park EHESS 2019.07-2019.09
Eui Hang Shin University of South Carolina 2019.09-2020.08
Marion Gilbert EHESS 2019.09-2019.12
Mi Yung Park University of Auckland 2019.10-2019.11
Hyun Jeong Ha University of Notre Dame 2019.11-2020.06
Se Jin Koo Nazarbayev University 2019.12-2019.12

<2018년>

방문학자명소속기관방문기간
Todoroki Hiroshi Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University 2018.02~2019.03
Dongheon Lee University College London 2018.01-2019.08
강명세 개인연구자 2018.02-2019.01
Anson Au University of Toronto 2018.05~2018.08
Eun Ah Hong University of Jaume I 2018.04 - 2018.06
Javid Ahmedi International Christian University 2018.06-2018.09
Hao Liu Shandong University 2018.09-2019.08
Young Rae Choi Florida International University 2018.06~2018.08
Wang Wei Communication University of China 2018.10-2019.08
Bongjo Yi University of Bristol 2018.09-2018.11
Sunook Park California State University, Long Beach 2018.10-2019.09
Hyun-Chul Kim University of Toronto 2018.12-2020.08
Chung-Jae Lee University of California, Irvine 2018.12-2020.01

<2017년>

방문학자명소속기관방문기간
이민 중국사회과학원 대학원 2017.2-2017.12
Thomas Kern University of Bamberg 2017.3~2017.5
Peter Abrahamson University of Copenhagen 2017.4-2017.7
박형민 한국형사정책연구원 2017.3-2017.12
Evelyn Shih University of California at Berkeley 2017.4-2017.7
최영래 Florida International University 2017.5-2017.7
Bridget Martin University of California at Berkeley 2017.6-2018.11
강민형 Johns Hopkins University 2017.7-2018.1
Peng Chen Nankai University 2017.9-2018.8
Li Nan Communication University of China 2017.9-2018.2
Allegra J. Midgette University of California at Berkeley 2017.09~2017.12
June Park 2017.11~ 2017.12

<2016년>

방문학자명소속기관방문기간
Jamie DoucetteUniversity of Manchester2016.2-2016.6
Kyle GibsonYork University2016.2.-2016.8
Peter AbrahamsonUniversity of Copenhagen2016.4-2016.7
김아름University of Tokyo2016.4-2016.7
한지혜Free University of Berlin2016.2-2016.8
Cencen HuRenmin University of China2016.8-2017.8
Chea ChanthaRoyal Academy of Cambodia2016.9-2017.2
Mirkomil SadikovKadir Has University2016.9-2017.8
Natalia KimHigher School of Economics, Russia2016.7-2016.8
손학운Communication University of China2016.9-2017.8
Eunjung ChoiPrinceton University2016.9-2017.8
Jinnyuh HsuNational Taiwan University2016.9-2017.1

<2015년>

방문학자명소속기관방문기간
우은희Free University of Berlin2015.02-2015.08
Li YangCommunication University of China2015.03-2015.08
Imaine SahedFrench School of Social Sciences EHESS, Paris2015.05-2015.06
Jinn-yuh HsuNational Taiwan University2015.09-2015.12
강명세세종연구소2015.03-2016.02
Shaoqiang FuCommunication University of China2015.09-2016.02
전제성전북대학교 정치외교학과2015.09-2016.02
Xiaowei ChuaiNanjing University2015.09-2016.08
Li NanChinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)2015.09-2015.10
신현방London School of Economics and Political Science2015.09-2016.02
윤오순Nepal Social Enterprise Activation Center2015.09-2016.02
Oul Klara HanFree University of Berlin2015.3-2015.4
Elise YounUniversity of California, Berkeley2015.9-2017.8

<2014년>

방문학자명소속기관방문기간
Yevgeniy KhonKazakhstan Institute2014.02-2015.05
최해옥Tsinghua University2014.05-2014.07
손정원 University College London2014.04-2015.08
Jiewei Wu Peking University2014.06-2014.08
조규훈 Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore2014.06-2014.10
Tran Van Kham Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University-Hanoi2014.09-2015.08
김성영University of Auckland2014.12-2015.01
이지원 한림대학교 2014.03-2014.08
김미경 일본 히로시마 시립대학교-히로시마 평화연구소 2014.09-2014.12
이규탁, Gyu Tag LeeGeorge Mason University, Korea2014.11-2015.3
Sven Horak St. John University2014.06-2014.07
김보형University of Massachusetts Amherst2014.01-2014.02, 2014.09-2015.03

<2013년>

방문학자명소속기관방문기간
Khongor TsogtMongolian Academy of Sciences2013.09-2014.08
Nu Nu LwinMonywa Institute of Economics. Myanmar2013.09-2014.08
Yamato Yumiko Kyushu University2013.09-2016.08
신성희 Singapore University of Technology & Design 2013.10-2014.04
이현선 University of Tokyo 2013.11-2014.10
김종미 Coventry University 2013.06-2013.08

<2012년>

방문학자명소속기관방문기간
Eunna Lee-GongUniversity of Essex2012.03-2013.02
최정욱국민대학교2012.06-2013.08
김수진이화여자대학교2012.09-2013.08