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JI-­‐YOUNG LEE Office: SIS 339 Phone: 202. 885. 6561 Email: [email protected] Homepage:
American University The School of International Service 4400 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20016 Academic Employment Fall 2011-­‐present Assistant Professor of International Relations The C. W. Lim and Korea Foundation Professor of Korean Studies The School of International Service, American University 2009-­‐2011 Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Visiting Assistant Professor of Politics and East Asian Studies Oberlin College Education Ph.D. Government, Georgetown University, 2009. Dissertation: The Chinese System of International Relations: China at the Center In the Eyes of the Periphery. M.A. Security Studies Program, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, 2004. M.A. Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University, Korea, 2002. B.A. Political Science and Diplomacy, Ewha Womans University, Korea, 2000. Exchange program, University of New Castle, Australia, 1998-­‐99. Fields of Interest East Asian International Relations and Diplomatic History, Security Studies The two Koreas, China, and Japan Fellowships and Awards 2013-­‐2014 Korean Studies Grant 2013 (Competitive Research Grant) The Academy of Korean Studies 2013-­‐2014 Fellowship on Peace, Governance, and Development in East Asia The East Asia Institute 2013-­‐2015 Korea Foundation-­‐Mansfield Foundation Scholar, The U.S.-­‐Korea Scholar-­‐Policymaker Nexus, Mansfield Foundation 2013 The Social Science Research Council (SSRC) Conference on Inter-­‐ Asian Connections, Travel Stipend 2009-­‐2011
Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in Politics and East Asian Studies Oberlin College 2010-­‐2011 James A. Kelly Korean Studies Fellowship (Nonresident) Pacific Forum Center for Strategic and International Studies 2008-­‐2009 The POSCO Visiting Fellowship The East-­‐West Center 2008-­‐2009 Jill Hopper Memorial Fellowship, Georgetown University 2 __________________________________________________________________ Research Books The Making of Hegemony: China-­‐Japan-­‐Korea Relations in Early Modern East Asia, Complete book manuscript under review Peer-­‐Reviewed Articles 1) Historical Asia-­‐related research “Diplomatic Ritual as a Power Resource: The Politics of Asymmetry in Early Modern Chinese-­‐Korean Relations,” Journal of East Asian Studies, vol. 13, no. 2 (May-­‐Aug. 2013), pp. 309-­‐36. 2) Korean Studies-­‐related project “Politics of South Korea,” in Richard Valelly, ed., Oxford Bibliographies: Political Science (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013); with Victor Cha. “Politics of North Korea,” in Richard Valelly, ed., Oxford Bibliographies: Political Science (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013); with Victor Cha. 3) Pedagogy-­‐related research “Teaching International Relations to a Multicultural Classroom,” International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, vol. 24, no. 1 (2012), pp. 128-­‐133; with Julia Lau Bertrand. Under Review “The U.S.-­‐ROK Alliance, China, and the U.S. Rebalancing to Asia: Assessing the Obama-­‐
Lee Administrations,” Single-­‐authored article manuscript. Work-­‐in-­‐Progress “Hegemonic Authority and Domestic Legitimation: Japan and Korea under the Chinese Hegemonic Order in Early Modern East Asia,” Revise & Resubmit at Security Studies “Bringing Emperors Back In: Rethinking Authority in International Politics,” Single-­‐
authored article manuscript under revision. “Why No NATO in Asia,” Single-­‐authored article manuscript under revision. Foreign & security policy publications & book review “Historically Speaking: Japan-­‐ROK Relations and U.S. Asia Strategy,” Japan Chair Platform, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (December 16, 2013). “Review of ‘Beyond North Korea: Future Challenges to South Korea’s Security’,” The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 72, no. 2 (May 2013), pp. 482-­‐84. “The U.S.-­‐ROK Alliance and China: Beyond the Sinking of the Cheonan,” Asia-­‐Pacific Bulletin, no. 62 (May 28, 2010). Ji-­‐Young Lee Ÿ cv
3 “Come What May: Three Scenarios for the US-­‐Japan Alliance, Memo on Independent Japan,” Issues and Insights, vol. 10, no. 9 (April 2010); with Russ Gottwald, Satoko Hara, Adam Liff, Yudai Maeda, Aki Mori, David Szerlip, and Stephanie Young. The Pacific Forum Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Comparative Connections, Japan-­‐Korea relations with David Kang (article length: about 5,000 words each) “The New Cold War in Asia?,” CSIS Comparative Connections, vol. 12, no. 4 (January 2011); with David Kang. “Same Dance, Different Floor,” vol. 12, no. 3 (October 2010) “Cheonan Incidents Overshadows Everything,” vol. 12, no. 2 (July 2010) “Same As It Ever Was,” vol. 12, no. 1 (April 2010) “Small Signs of Progress,” vol. 11, no. 4 (January 2010) “Japan’s New Government: Hope and Optimism,” vol. 11, no. 3 (October 2009) “Pyongyang’s Belligerence Dominates,” vol. 11, no. 2 (July 2009) “Conflict with North Improves Japan-­‐ROK Relations,” vol. 11, no. 1 (April 2009) “In a Holding Pattern with Hope on the Horizon,” vol. 10, no. 4 (January 2009) “Who’s in Charge?” vol. 10, no. 3 (October 2008) “Tentative Improvement through Pragmatism,” vol. 10, no. 2 (July 2008) “Inaction for Inaction,” vol. 10, no. 1 (April 2008) “Lost in the Six Party Talks,” vol. 9, no. 4 (January 2008) “With a New Japanese Leader, New Opportunities?”, vol. 9, no. 3 (October 2007) “Japan-­‐Korea Relations: Treading Water, Little Progress,” vol. 9, no. 2 (July 2007) “Honeymoon’s Over,” vol. 9, no. 1 (April 2007) “Abe’s Ascension,” vol. 8, no. 4 (January 2007) “Missile and Prime Ministers May Mark a Turning Point,” vol. 8, no. 3 (October 2006) “More Squabbling, Little Progress,” vol. 8, no. 2 (July 2006) “Seirei Ketsuzetsu (Cold Politics, Warm Economics),” vol. 8, no. 1 (April 2006) “The Big Chill,” vol. 7, no. 4 (January 2006) “No Major Changes,” vol. 7, no. 3 (October 2005) “Little Progress on North Korea or History Disputes,” vol. 7, no. 2 (July 2005) Invited & Conference Presentations (selected) “Historically Speaking: Wars and Japan-­‐Korea Relations in East Asia,” annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 28-­‐31, 2014, Washington, D.C. “U.S.-­‐ROK Alliance, China, and the Rebalancing to Asia,” annual convention of the International Studies Association, March 26-­‐29, 2014, Toronto “The Chinese World Order In Practice,” Social Science Research Council (SSRC) Inter-­‐Asian Connections, 2-­‐5 October 2013, Istanbul “Understanding Hierarchy in International Relations,” annual convention of the International Studies Association, 3-­‐6 April 2013, San Francisco “Transforming the U.S.-­‐ROK Alliance in an Uncertain Asia,” annual Six-­‐University conference, 18 October 2012, Korea University, Seoul “Was There an Historical East Asian International System? Impact, Meaning and Conceptualization,” University of Southern California and American University, 4-­‐5 March 2011. “Roundtable on the Nature of Political and Spiritual Relations among Asian Leaders and Polities th
from the 14 to the 18 Centuries,” University of British Columbia, 19-­‐21 April 2010. “Rising Stars of Political Science,” University of Southern California, 10 October 2009. “Understanding International Hierarchy: Comparing Japanese and Korean Responses to a China-­‐
centered World Order,” Center for Asian Studies, American University, 20 March 2012. Ji-­‐Young Lee Ÿ cv
4 “Back to the Future? The “Chinese World Order” and the rise of China today,” annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, 3-­‐6 September 2009, Toronto “The Chinese System of International Relations in Pre-­‐modern East Asia: China at the Center in the Eyes of the Periphery,” annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, 28-­‐31 August 2008, Boston “Comparative Analysis of International Order under Chinese Empire,” annual convention of the International Studies Association, 26-­‐29 March 2008, San Francisco “The Chinese System of International Relations in Pre-­‐modern Asia,” annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, 3-­‐6 April 2008, Chicago “Why No NATO in Asia? The Case of SEATO,” annual convention of the International Studies Association, 28 February-­‐ 3 March 2007, Chicago “Historians’ ‘So What’ Question: Looking at the Future of East Asian Regional Order through its Past,” the International Studies Association Midwest, 3-­‐5 November 2006, St. Louis “East Asian Regional Security Order: Past, Present and Future,” International Security Studies Section and International Security and Arms Control Annual Meeting, 26-­‐29 October 2006, Tucsan “Will Asia’s Past Be Its Future? History, Causal Mechanisms, and Comparative Historical Analysis,” annual convention of the International Studies Association, 22-­‐25 March 2006, San Diego Policy Activities (selected) The U.S.-­‐Korea Scholar-­‐Policymaker Nexus 2013-­‐2015 Korea Foundation-­‐Mansfield Foundation Scholar A two-­‐year program aimed at creating a network of mid-­‐career Korea specialists and deepening their engagement in the policymaking process The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the Korea Economic Institute (KEI), and the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation 22 January 2013 Panelist, The Korea-­‐Japan Study Group, “Will US-­‐Japan-­‐ROK Relations “Reset” in 2013?” The Brookings Institution and the East Asia Institute Virginia, June 8-­‐11 2012 th
Fellow, The 4 Korea Foundation Global Seminar: “Globalizing United States-­‐Republic of Korea Relations” Rising Powers Initiative, The George Washington University 16 April 2012 Discussant, “Power and Identity in Korea” The Mortara Center for International Studies, Georgetown University 18 January 2012 Panelist, “In the News Roundtable: North Korea” The Washington Campus Washington DC, 18 August 2011 Speaker, “United States and China Relations: U.S. Policy Implications for Business” The Geneva Center for Security Policy Geneva, 17-­‐18 May 2011 Guest Lecturer, New Issues in Security Course (NISC) and International Training Course (ITC) in Security Policy “Japan and South Korea: the Role of US Alliances in Northeast Asia” “China, the United States and Solving the Security Challenges on the Korean Peninsula” The U.S.-­‐ROK Strategic Dialogue Maui, 28-­‐30 April 2010 US-­‐Japan and US-­‐ROK Strategic Dialogue Maui, 28 April 2010 Young Leader of Pacific Forum CSIS Ji-­‐Young Lee Ÿ cv
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The 16 Annual US-­‐Japan Security Seminar Washington, DC, 14-­‐15 January 2010 Young Leader of Pacific Forum CSIS Teaching & Advising American University Courses taught: China, Japan and the United States Nuclear North Korea Korean Politics and Foreign Policy North Korea and International Security (Fall 2014) America’s Alliances in East Asia (Spring 2015) Faculty Advisor: M.A. Thesis Committee, Undergraduate Honors Capstone, Independent Study, M.A. Significant Research Papers (SRP) & Internships for both undergraduate and graduate students Georgetown University & Oberlin College Courses taught: Power Politics and Culture in East Asian Foreign Policy East Asian Security America’s Alliances in East Asia East Asian Politics-­‐ the Cases of Japan and Korea National Security Policy and History Service American University Member, Faculty Senate Committee on Graduate Curriculum (fall 2012-­‐ spring 2014) Advisory Council Member, Asian Studies Program (newly launched in 2013) School of International Service Member, Graduate Curriculum Committee (fall 2014-­‐ present) Coordinator, SIS Faculty Colloquium (fall 2014-­‐ present) Member, Ph.D. Program Concentration in Security (2013-­‐present) Oberlin College Organizer and Chair of Steering Committee, “International Symposium on History, Nationalism and National Security in Northeast Asia” (8-­‐9 April 2011); with Oberlin Shanshi To the profession External Reviewer for European Journal of International Studies, International Studies Review, Millennium, and Lynne Rienner Research Methods Training & Languages The Institute of Qualitative and Multi-­‐Method Research, Arizona State University (January 2007) Korean (native), English (fluent), Japanese (intermediate), classical Chinese (basic) Ji-­‐Young Lee Ÿ cv
6 Media Appearances National Journal, Global Security Wire (Dec. 2, 2013) “Japan-­‐South Korea Discord Seen Harming Efforts to Defend against North Korea” The Washington Times (Feb. 25, 2013) “Disputes in Asia Pose Challenges to Obama” Yonhap News (Jan. 23, 2013) “한-일 권력개편, 양국관계 ‘리셋’ 기회 [Leadership Changes in Korea and Japan May ‘Reset’ Bilateral Relations]” Donga Ilbo (May 29, 2013) “’환갑’ 한미동맹, 정책 영향력 미칠 젊은 전문가 함께 키운다 [60 Years of the U.S.-­‐Korea Alliance, New Generation of Scholar-­‐Policymaker Experts]” Last updated: September 2014 Ji-­‐Young Lee Ÿ cv

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