Faculty Journal Articles


Yonhon Kim, “North Korean Phone Money: Airtime Transfers as a Precursor to Mobile Payment System.”United States Institute of Peace (Published online first September 16, 2020).

Yonho Kim, “2020 Democratic National Convention and North Korea.” Global North Korea (Published online first September 1, 2020).


Miok D. Pak, The Speaker-Addressee Relation at the Syntax-Semantics Interface,” Language (Joint work with Paul Portner & Rafaella Zanuttini) (March 2019).

Celeste L. Arrington, “The Mechanisms behind Litigation’s ‘Radiating Effects’: Historical Grievances against Japan,” Law & Society Review 53, no. 1 (March 2019).


Celeste Arrington,“Hiding in Plain Sight: Pseudonymity and Participation in Legal Mobilization,” Comparative Political Studies (Published online first May 10, 2018).


Celeste Arrington, “The Mutual Constitution of the Abductions and North Korean Human Rights Issues in Japan and Internationally,” Pacific Affairs vol. 91, no. 3 (September 2018): 471-497

Pacific Affairs: Volume 91, No. 3 (September 2018)








Celeste Arrington, “The Access Paradox: Media Environment Diversity and Coverage of Activist Groups in Japan and Korea,” Journal of East Asian Studies vol. 17, no. 1 (March 2017): 69-93.

Jisoo M. Kim, “From Jealousy to Violence: Marriage, Family, and Confucian Patriarchy in Fifteenth Century Korea,” Acta Koreana vol. 20, no. 1 (June 2017): 91-110.



Jisoo M. Kim, “Women’s Legal Voice: Language, Power, and Gender Performativity in Late Choson Korea,” Journal of Asian Studies vol. 74, no. 3 (August 2015): 667-86.

Miok D. Pak, “Toward Understanding the Syntactic Representation of Honorifics in Korean,” Korean Linguistics vol. 17 no. 2 (2015): 132-166.

Young-Key Kim-Renaud, “A Syntactic and Pragmatic Analysis of Subject Honorification,” in David J. Silva, ed., Inquiries into Korean Linguistics V: 49-59.



Celeste Arrington, “Leprosy, Legal Mobilization, and the Public Sphere in Japan and South Korea,” Law & Society Review vol. 48, no. 3 (Sept. 2014): 563-593.



Jisoo M. Kim, “Law and Emotion: Tension between Filiality and Fidelity in a Property Dispute of Early Choson Korea,” Tongbang Hakji [Journal of Eastern Studies] vol. 162 (June 2013): 203-39.



Miok D. Pak, “A Syntactic Analysis of Interpretive Restrictions on Imperative, Promissive, and Exhortative Subjects,” Natural Language & Linguistic Theory vol. 30, no. 4 (2012): 1231-1274.



Miok D. Pak and Young-Key Kim-Renaud, “Agreement in Korean Revisited,” Inquiries into Korean Linguistics IV (2011): 209-222.



Jisoo M. Kim, “Crossing the Boundary of Inner Quarters: Elite Women’s Petitioning Activity in Late Choson Korea,” Korean Studies Forum vol. 4 (2010): 221-243.



Gregg A. Brazinsky, “The United States and Multilateral Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia,” Asian Perspective vol. 32, no. 2 (Summer 2008): 21-36.


Miok D. Pak, “Types of Clauses and Sentence End Particles in Korean,” Korean Linguistics vol. 14 (2008): 113-155.


Miok D. Pak, “Agreement and the Subjects of Jussive Clauses in Korean,” Proceedings of 37th North East Linguistic Society, vol. 2 (2008): 127-138. (Joint Work with Paul Portner and Raffaella Zanuttini).



Gregg A. Brazinsky, “From Pupil to Model: American Economic Development Policy and the ROK 1961-1968,” Diplomatic History vol. 29, no. 1 (January 2005): 83-115.


Miok D. Pak, “Clause Typing in Imperatives: A Cross-Linguistic Perspective,” Georgetown University Working Papers in Theoretical Linguistics, 135-152. (Joint Work with Simon Mauck, Paul Portner, and Raffaella Zanuttini).




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