Adjunct Assistant Professor, History
Paul S. Nam received a B.A. in History from Williams College and a Ph.D. in Korean History from the University of California, Los Angeles.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office: Swan Hall 310
- Office Hours: M/W 2:30-4:00
Education: B.A., Williams College; M.A., Ph.D, UCLA
In addition, he is a graduate of the Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies, Yokohama, Japan. As a graduate exchange student, he attended Korea University and Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea. Nam was also a Fulbright Fellow at Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University.
“Economic Impact of Japanese Imperialism in the Korean Countryside,” Korea-Japan Roundtable, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; October 23, 2010.
“A General Overview of Tenancy in Colonial Korea,” Consortium of Kyushu University, Korea University, University of CA, Los Angeles sponsored by Projects to Sponsor Korean Studies Abroad, Los Angeles, CA; March, 2007.
“Approaching Colonial Socio-economic History,” Research Association for the Study of [former] Japanese Colonies, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan; February 2006.
Translations And Publications
Mizuno, Naoki, “Double-Standards of Empire: Thought Control and Censorship in Colonial Korea”, presented in Shanghai, July 2005 at the Fourth Annual International Asian Researchers Conference.
Lee, Ji-won, “An Chaehong’s Thought and the Politics of the United Front” in Pang, Kie-chung and Shin, Michael, eds. Landlords, Peasants, and Intellectuals in Modern Korea, Cornell University East Asia Program, 2005.
Modern Korean and Japanese history; theories and practices of imperialism; genesis and development of capitalism in Asia.
Alexander Kaplan-Reyes, ’11(East Asian Studies Major) – The Three Unifiers of Japan
Aaron Stark, ’12 – Imperial Modernity: Architecture, Space, and Design in the Japanese Empire, 1868-1947
Lysa Sim, ’12 – Preservation of Culture and the Transformation of Identity: Cambodians in the Thailand Refugee Camps
Richard Dybas, ’12 – The United States Army Military Government in Korea: 1945-1948: Neocolonization or Occupation?