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NOTESONTHECONTRIBUTORS Holger Heide is Professor emeritus at the University of Bremen, Germany, and directorofSocialEconomicActionResearchInstitute (SEARI), living in Sweden. His main fields of research include the history of the work society, work addiction, and the development of modern East Asian societies. He is the author of (with Sudol Kang) BeyondCapital-BeyondWork (in Korean, Ewho Seoul, 2009); (with Sergio Bologna et alt.) Self-organization-ProcessesofTransformation of Work and SocialResistanceinNeoliberalCapitalism (in German,Buchmacherei, Berlin, 2007); editor and co-author of Work Addiction as a Mass Phenomenon-Historical Background and Actual Relevance of a New Common Disease (in German Atlantik Bremen); author of Ways out of the Work Society (in Korean, Park Jeong Cheol, Seoul 2000) A more complete list of publications-including those in English-can befoundat Inderpal Grewal is Professor in the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program at Yale University. She is the author of Transnational America: Feminisms, Diasporas, Neoliberalisms (Duke UP, 2005), Home and Harem: Nation, Gender, Empire and the Culture of Travel (Duke UP, 1997), Scattered Hegemonies: Postmodernity and Transnational Feminist Practices (U of Minnesota P, 1994), and (with Caren Kaplan) has written and edited Gender in a Transnational World: IntroductiontoWomen’sStudies (McGraw-Hill, 2001). Currently she is working on a book length project on the relation between feminist practices and security discourses. Grace Kyungwon Hong is Associate Professor of Asian American Studies and Women’s Studies at UCLA. Her research interests are Asian American literature and history, 20th century American literature, U.S. ethnic literature, globalization, feminist theory, and historical materialism. She is the author of TheRupturesof AmericanCapital:WomenofColorFeminismandtheCultureofImmigrantLabor (U of Minnesota P, 2006) and “‘AShared Queerness’: Colonialism, Transnationalism, andSexualityinShaniMootoo’sCereusBloomsatNight” (Meridians 7.1, 2006). 203 Soo Hwan Kim is HK Professor of the Ewha Institute for the Humanities at Ewha Womans University. His fields of interest include semiotics, cultural translation, knowledge production, intermediality theory, and the interrelationship between cultural producersandconsumers.He is the author of Osnovnyeaspektyitvorcheskoi evolutsi Yu. M. Lotmana (Moscow, 2003), Semiosphera (Seoul, 2008), and Les invariantsdel’esthetiqueducinemadeKimKi-duk (Bruxelles, 2009). Laikwan Pang is Professor of the Department of Cultural and Religious Studies at the Chinese University of HongKong. She is the author of threebooks, Building a New China in Cinema: The Chinese Left-Wing Cinema Movement, 1932-37 (Rowman and Littlefield, 2002), Cultural Control and Globalization in Asia: Copyright, Piracy, and Cinema (Routledge, 2006), as well as TheDistortingMirror: VisualModernityinChina (U of Hawaii P, 2007). She is currently finalizing a book manuscriptoncreativityandintellectualpropertyrightsoffense. Iljoon Park is Lecturer at the Methodologist Theological University and Ewha Womans University. His research subjects are human “betweenness,” bioethics, evolutionary theories, cognitive science, post-modernism, post-colonialism and the theories of the subject. His published articles include “ADuetofChora:Difference in Derrida and (Personal) Identity in Whitehead: From a Perspective of Betweenness” (Journal of the Humanities 41, 2008), “A Religious-Philosophical Reflection upon R. Dawkins’s Criticism of Religion(s) in TheGodDelusion” (The Journal of Humanities Studies 74, 2008), and “Betweenness and the Authentic Selfhood: A Comparison of Daoist Thoughts with Heidegger Within the Context ofLivingwithanAuthenticSelfhood” (Madang:InternationalJournalofContextual TheologyinEastAsia 11, 2009). Hiroko Sakamoto is Professor of Hitotsubashi University, Graduate School of SocialSciencesinTokyo.HerdisciplineismodernChineseintellectualandcultural history. She is the author of TheMythofNationalisminModernChina:Race,Body, and Gender (Tokyo: Iwanami shoten, 2004 [in Japanese]; Korean Version, Vista Books, 2006) and “Chinese Nationalism,TheGaze of Japan, and China’sNational History” Social Science Japan 30 [Nationalism] (Tokyo: The University of Tokyo, 2004). She is joint editor of Asia’sNewCentury(Tokyo: Iwanami shoten, 2002-03; Koreanversion,HanulPublishingGroup, 2007). 204 In-JinYoon is Professor of the Department of Sociology, Korea University and the head of the Brain Korea 21 Project Group for Conflict Society. He is also the president of the Association for the Study of Overseas Koreans and a civilian member of the Immigration Policy Committee. His research interests include minority, social psychology, international migration, and multicultural studies. His major publications include On My Own: Korean Businesses and Race Relations in America (U of Chicago P, 1997), Korean Diaspora: Migration, Adaptation, and Identity of Overseas Koreans (Korea UP, 2004), and South Koreans’ Perceptions of Social Conflict, and NorthKorean Migrants: Lives,Consciousness,andSupport Policy forResettlement (KoreaUP, 2009). 205 NotesontheContributors ...


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