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Fellowships and Grants

SNUAC supports research projects which integrate regional research and thematic research. SNUAC is especially devoted to supporting research focused on the regions and themes which have remained underexplored despite their increasing importance in national and global contexts. In 2015, SNUAC continued to sponsor outstanding Asia-related basic research through various funding programs including the SNUAC Research Grant, SNUAC Series in Asian Studies, Dissertation Writing Fellowship, and Outstanding Dissertation Award.

SNUAC is planning on organizing an annual research roundtable, “Asian Studies in SNUAC,” organized by Department of Research and Development of SNUAC, where scholars who participated in the Asia Basic Research Program share their research outcomes and progress. The roundtable will provide scholars engaged in Asia research with a glimpse at international trends of Asian studies and an opportunity to deliberate on a future direction for independent knowledge production. We expect this annual roundtable to contribute to our vision of furnishing building blocks for integrative research of regions and themes. SNUAC aims to pave the way for overcoming the historical and structural dependence of knowledge production on the West so Asian scholars can pursue independent scholarship.

List of SNUAC Research Grant for Asian Studies

2017 SNUAC Research Grant

Continued Projects
* Hyeokyong Kwon et al. (Dept. of Political Science & Int’l Relations, Korea Univ.)| Mass Preferences and the Welfare State in East Asia
* Hyeonjung Lee et al. (Dept. of Anthropology) | Changing China, Unchanging China
* Jaejin Lee et al. (Dept. of Media & Communication Studies, Han Yang Univ.) | Hate Speech in Korea, Japan and France: A Comparative Study
* Kiyoung Chang et al. (Ins’t of International Studies) | The Strategic Use of Historical Memory and East Asia’s Instability
* Kwangyeong Shin et al. (Dept. of Sociology, Chung-ang Univ.) | Precarious Work and Labour Policies
* Seokkyeong Hong et al. (Dept. of Communication) | Convergence Culture in East Asia
* Taedong Lee et al. (Dept. of Political Science & Int’l Relations, Yonsei Univ.)| Comparative Politics of Nuclear Energy in Asian Countries: Building Up and Testing a Theory of Nuclear Energy Developmental State
* Tohkyeong Ahn et al. (Dept. of Political Science & Int’l Relations) | The Social Economy in Asia: Diversity and Common Agendas
* Youngeun Park et al. (Asia-Pacific Research Center, Han yang Univ.) | Exploring ‘KVN’ as a Source of Modern Central Asian Popular Culture

New Projects
* Dongju Seo et al. (Ins’t for Japanese Studies) | Recent Trend and Issues on the Asian Regional Research
* Hyunjoo Jung et al. (Ins’t of Humanities) | The Channels of Civilizational Exchanges in East Asia: Focusing on the regions in and around the Korean Peninsula
* Inchol Shin et al. (SNUAC) | Project for the Accumulation and Dissemination of SNUAC Research Outcomes
* Kyunghee Choi et al. (SNUAC) | Trans Asian Networks Review Report
* Moongi Suh et al. (Dept. of Information Sociology, Soongsil Univ.) | Global Asia: The Future of Capitalist Development and Post-Developmental States
* Myung-Seok Oh et al. (Dept. of Anthropology) | 2017 SNUAC Publication Project
* Soyoung Kim et al. (Dept. of Economics) | A Study on the Asian Identity, Exchange and Integration – Search for the Development of East Asian integration index
* Sukman Hwang et al. (Dept. of Sociology, Changwon Nat’l Univ.) | Capitalism in Asia II

2017 SNUAC Series in Asian Studies

* Chulhyun Park (Kookmin Univ.) | State-Society Relations in the Northeast Region of China: Focusing on the Old Industrial City and the Typical Danwei System
* Heeryang Na (Pukyung Nat`l Univ.) | WTO Dispute Settlements of ASEAN: Focusing on the Characteristics and Comparative Analysis according to Changes in Global Trade Order
* Paehwan Seol (Chonnam Nat`l Univ.) | Quriltai: The Heart of Power of the Mongol Great Khans and New Time and Places in Eurasia
* Soonchan Park (Kongju Nat`l Univ.) | Evolution of Production Networks in Asia: Comparative Advantage and Labor Share

2017 SNUAC Dissertation Writing Fellowship

* Daewook Kim (Dept. of Sociology) | The Diffusion of the ‘Business and Human Rights’ Norms in China
* Hyeonjung Chae (Dept. of Anthropology) | Multiple Lives of the Border: ASEAN Economic Community, Developing Border Area and Expanding Trading across the Border
* Jiayan Yun (Grad. School of Environmental Studies) | Cultural Politics in the Gardens of Suzhou: Social Change and the Expansion of Garden Culture during the Late Ming and Early Qing Dynasties
* Jiyoung Lee (Dept. of Asian History) | The New Policy and its Influences on Banners in Jilin Province
* Sehyung Won (Grad. School of Environmental Studies) | The Impact of Road Infrastructure Development on Communities and Urban Form Changes in Cities of Emerging Countries: A Case Study of Danang, Vietnam

2017 SNUAC Dissertation Award

* Jaeyoung Lee (Graduate School of Int’l Studies) | Why Local Officials in China Work So Hard: The Penetration of Ideas, Interests, and Institutions
* Seunghee Oh (Dept. of Political Science & International Relations, Ewha Womans Univ.) | Struggle for Recognition in the Sino-Japanese Relations: Japan’s Foreign Policy toward China’s One China Policy (1949-1972)
* Sungho Lee (Dept. of Geography) | Capitalistic Transition of Chinese Housing System and Local Government-driven Marketization

2017 Colloquium Support

* Chansook Hong et al. (Ins’t for Gender Research) | Status of Northeast Asian Women and Social Movements
* Hyeonjung Lee et al. (Dept. of Anthropology) | Discourses on Normality/ Pathology in Asia and Medical Practices
* Hyoungchong Kim et al. (Dept. of Asian History) | Literature Review on Contemporary Korea-China Relations and Archive Construction
* Hyungmin Chung et al. (Dept. of Oriental Painting) | The Possibility of Identity Discourse in Contemporary Visual Culture in Korea, China, and Japan
* Jihyun Jung et al. (Dept. of Chinese Language and Literature) | Folktales, Life Stories, and History: Mythological Figures in Chinese Character-Using Cultures
* Kijeong Nam et al. (SNUIJS) | East Asian Border Regions and Longitudinal Asia Initiative as Frontier of Korean Diplomacy
* Moonsook Hong et al. (SNUGEC) | Reconstruction of ‘Women’s Empowerment’ from the Asian Perspective
* Sooah Kim et al. (Faculty of Liberal Education) | Examining East Asian Economy from the Cultural Studies Perspective
* Sunggyu Kim et al. (SNUAC) | Evaluation on Development Cooperation Projects in Asia and Future Directions II : Focusing on Social Economy
* Yoomi Kim et al. (SNUAC) | Interdisciplinary Approach to Cross Border Air Pollution Problem in East Asia

2016 SNUAC Research Grant

• Hyeokyong Kwon (Korea Univ.) et al. | Mass Preferences and the Welfare State in East Asia
• Youngeun Park (Hanyang Univ.) et al. | Exploring ‘KVN’ as a Source of Modern Central Asian Popular Culture
• Kwangyeong Shin (Chung-Ang Univ.) et al. | Precarious Work and Labour Policies
• Keun Lee (SNU) et al. | Is the 4th Industrial Revolution a Window of Opportunity or reinforcing the Middle-income Trap? A Study on Asian model of Development, Focusing on the Mekong and Penang Regions in Southeast Asia
• Taedong Lee (Yonsei Univ.) et al. | Comparative Politics of Nuclear Energy in Asian Countries: Building up and Testing a Theory of Nuclear Energy Developmental State
• Kiyoung Chang (SNU) et al. | The Strategic Use of Historical Memory and East Asia’s Instability
• Seokkyeong Hong (SNU) et al. | Convergence Culture in East Asia
• Blaž Križnik Hanyang Univ.) et al. | Towards a Post-Developmental City in East Asia? Comparing Everyday Practices and Policies of Community Building in Seoul
and Singapore
• Tohkyeong Ahn (SNU) et al. | The Social Economy in Asia: Diversity and Common Agendas
• Hyeonjung Lee (SNU) et al. | Changing China, Unchanging China
• Sukman Hwang (Changwon Nat’l Univ.) et al. | Global Asia: The Future of Capitalist Development and Post-Developmental States
• Jaejin Lee (Hanyang Univ.) et al. | Hate Speech in Korea, Japan and France: A Comparative Study

2016 SNUAC Series in Asian Studies

• Youngsook Kweon (The Center for Social Science) | The Dynamics of Political Democracy and Labor: Comparative Study on East Asian Model
• Sungbom Lee (School of Humanities and International Cultures, Sogang Univ.) | A cross-cultural study of communicating emotions of happiness in Korea, Japan, and Singapore
• Kyungtaek Yim (Dept. of Japanese Language & Literature, Chonbuk Nat’l Univ.) | The Formation of Japanese Nation-state and Reading Community in East Asia
• Sunny Yoon (Dept. of Media & Communication Studies, Hanyang Univ.) | Asian Identity: Cultural hybridity or cultural resistance

2016 SNUAC Dissertation Writing Fellowship

• Seoin Baek (Graduate School of Innovation and Technology Management, KAIST) | Integrative Research on Asian Innovation Model: Trilateral Comparative analysis on Technology Innovation, Finn Strategy and Industrial Policy, Future Strategy of Korea, Japan, China’s Automobile Industry
• Yuseok Han (Dept. of Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology, Chunbuk Nat’l Univ.) | Ethnic Migrants’ Hybrid Identities on the Border: An Anthropological
Research on the Kachin People in Thailand
• Jaeyoung Lee (Graduate School of International Studies) | The Political Economy of Local Government’s Institutional Innovations in China
• Kyungyun Moon (Dept. of Anthropology) | Between “Spouses of Taiwanese” and “Compatriots”: An Ethnographic Study of Social Network among Chinese Spouses in Taiwan
• Ragyeom Wi (Interdisciplinary program in Gender Studies) | A Study on the Labor Market Participation and Family Life of Marriage-migrant Women in South Korea from the Perspective of Citizenship

2016 SNUAC Dissertation Award

• Eunsook Jee (Dept. of Anthropology) | Family Relationship and Gender Order in Contemporary Japan through the Case of Hikon
• Yanghee Kim (Dept. of Women’s Studies, Ewha Womans Univ.) | Recipient Women Agents in Korean Official Development Assistance MCH Project-Based on Brith Spacing Campaign and Abortion in Laos
• Sunwha Lee (Dept. of Anthropology) | Flying Chickens on the Grasslands: The Eco-Politics of Grassland Restoration in Inner Mongolia, China

2016 Support for Colloquium Support

• Chansook Hong (Institute for Gender Research) | Multidimensional Comparing about the Northeast Asian Women’s Status
• Seokkyeong Hong (Dept. of Communication) | Convergence Culture in East Asia and the Logic og Emerging culture Industry
• Sunggyu Kim (SNUAC) | Searching for the Direction and Evaluation of the Asian Development Cooperation Project
• Sooah Kim (Faculty of Liberal Education) | Understanding East Asian Economy from the Perspective of Cultural Studies
• Shiduck Kim (Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies) | Korean Studies as East Asian Studies
• Kayoung Ko (SNUAC) | Racism in Western Black Sea Rim
• Hyeonjung Lee (Dept. of Anthropology) | Comparative Cultural Analysis of Physical Discourse and Medical Intervention in Asia
• Heejung Sim (Asia Development Institute) | Possibility of Formation and Development of the International Development Discourse from the Asian Perspective: Focusing on Asian Tigers

2015 SNUAC Research Grant

• Eunmee Kim et al. (Dept. of Communication) | A Cultural History of Structural Changes in Chinese Cultural Industries.
• Chanwook Park (Dept. of Political Science and Int’l Relations) | Recent General Elections for the State Legislature and Prospects for Democracy: Results and Significance
of 2016 Korean National Assembly Election in Comparison with 2015 Turkish Elections
• Jungyul Sohn et al. (Dept. of Geography) | Asia viewed through Networks: From the Perspectives of Social Sciences
• Wookhee Shin et al. (Dept. of Political Science and Int’l Relations) | Global Cold War and East Asia
• Sangin Yoon et al. (Dept. of Asian Languages and Civilizations) | The Movement of Cultures across East Asia in the 1920s-1930s
• Keunsik Jung et al. (Dept. of Sociology) | 2016 SNUAC Translation Series on Mordern History of Asia
• Youngdal Cho (Dept. of Social Studies Education) | Reform in High Education under the Changing World of East Asia
• Kyungchul Jou et al. (Dept. of Western History) | The Colonial University and Derivative Appropriation of Orientalism: An Inquiry into Books of Western Orientalism
collected by the Keijo Imperial University Library
• Yeyong Choi (Institute of Health & Environment) | Dangerous Trade of Asbestos Industry in Asia
• Baegeui Hong (Dept. of Social Welfare) | Family in Asia– Has the revolution of Family in Asia begun?

2015 SNUAC Series in Asian Studies

• Jonghwan Ko (Division of Int’l and Area Studies, Pukyong Nat’l Univ.) | International Migration in East Asia and Its Economic Impact
• Junghee Park (Global China Institute, Kyungsung Univ.) | A Study on Aspect of the Reconstruction of Ancient city Cultural Identity in China: focused on cultural
texts and landscape
• Yeongseop Rhee (Graduate School of Int’l Studies) | East Asian Economic Integration and Inter-Korean Cooperation
• Jaemin Lee (School of Law) | A Surge of FTAs in East Asian Countries and Dispute Settlement Mechanism– Unique Characteristics, Inherent Limitations and Areas
of Improvement

2015 SNUAC Dissertation Writing Fellowship

• Sun Kim (Graduate School of Public Health) | Publicness in Pharmaceutical Production and Supply *
• Chong Min Kim (Graduate School of Int’l Studies) | A Study on the ROK-US Intellectual Property Rights Agreement (1986) *
• Seunghwan Yoo (Dept. of Korean Language and Literature) | Hwang Sok-Yong’s Literature and Modern East-Asian Narratives
• Seunghee Oh (Dept. of Political Science & Int’l Relations) | Struggle for Recognition in the Sino-Japanese Relations: Japan’s Foreign Policy toward China’s One
China Policy (1949-1972) *
* Degree Finished.

2015 Outstanding Dissertation Award

• Kyungtae Kim (PhD, Korea Univ./ The Academy of Korean Studies Jangseogak) | A study on Peace Negotiations during Imjin War

SNUAC Research Grant

• Joonkoo Lee (Business School, Hanyang Univ.) et al., | Mobile Asia: Evolving Mobile Telecom Value Chains and Emerging New Regionality
• Jeehyeong Park (Dept. of Economics, SNU) et al., | Changing Global Economic Order for Asia’s Innovation and Creation
• Jungyoon Lee (Division of Int’l Commerce, Pukyong Nat’l Univ.) et al., | Rise of Transnational Production Networks and Changes in Logistical Flows in East Asia
• Baegeui Hong (Dept. of Social Welfare, SNU) et al., | Asian Family- Embrace of Asian Family Revolution?
• Keunsik Jung (Dept. of Sociology, SNU) et al., | “Asian History with Asian perspectives” Series * Contents below
• Baegyoon Park (Dept. of Geography Education, SNU) et al., | Transnational Movements and Flows in East Asia
• Minhwan Kim (SNUAC) et al., | Research on the Cross-Border Networks in East Asia
• Hyun-Chin Lim (SNU Emeritus professor) et al., | Asian Capitalisms
• Leesee Jae (The Catholic Univ. of Korea) et al., | Food in Asian Cultures
• Jaeyeol Yee (Dept. of Sociology, SNU) et al., | 70th Anniversary of Independence and Social Survey of Korean Citizens’ Cognition
• Jeongwon Kang (Dept. of Anthropology, SNU) et al., | Modernization and Social Change of East Asia – Focusing on the Space, Social Welfare and Religion Folklore of Korea
• Kyusup Han (Dept. of Communication, SNU) et al., | Political Trust of New Asian Democratic Nations
• Jongchul Kim (SNUAC) et al., | An International Comparative Study on Asian Business Culture

SNUAC Series in Asian Studies

• Geonsoo Han (Dept. of Cultural Anthropology, Kangwon Nat’l Univ.) et al., | Refugees in East Asia: Inclusion and Exclusion
• Haeran Lim (Dept. of Political Science and Int’l Relations, SNU) | Changes in Global Political Economy in 21th Century and Revisiting the East Asian Developmental Model
• Younghan Cho (Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies) et al., | The Yellow Pacific: Multiple Modernities and East Asia
• Seunglyong Kim (Dept. of Korean Literature in Classical Chinese, Pusan Nat’l Univ.) | Bejing Xunnan As a Humanity Creation-space and Qing dinasty’s Intellectuals
• Chaesung Chun (Dept. of Political Science and Int’l Relations, SNU)et al., | In Search of A Theory of East Asian Int’l Relations
• Hyugbaeg Im (Dept. of Political Science and Int’l Relations, Korea Univ.) | The Possibility of Peace in Korean Peninsula

Asia Research Translation Series

SNUAC sponsors the translation of distinguished history books written in Asia. This effort began in 2014, and five volumes of Asian history are scheduled to be translated in 2015. By translating history textbooks representative of each Asian country and important work that can contribute to regional research, SNUAC aims to promote deeper understanding of the Asian region.

• Philippe Langlet et Quach Thanh Tam(2001). Introduction à l’histoire contemporaine du Viet Nam de la réunification au néocommunisme(1975~2001). Paris: Les Indes savantes
Translation: Daeyeong Youn (Institute for East Asian Studies, Sogang Univ.)
• Taylor·Jean(2003). Indonesia: People and Histories. New Haven: Yale Univ.
Translation: Woonkyung Yeo (Dept. of Asian Languages and Civilizations, SNU)
• 黃宗智 著(2010). 中國的隱性農業革命. 法律出版社
Translation: Bumjin Koo (Dept. of Asian History, SNU)
• 曲曉范(2001). 近代東北城市的歷史變遷. 東北師範大學出版社
Translation: Piao You (Hansung Univ.)
• S.M. Dudaryonok·F.E. Azhimov(2013). History of Russian Far East. Vladivostok: Far Eastern Federal Univ.
Translation: Seungjo Nam (SNUAC)