Graduate Students in Korea-Related Programs


 

 

STEVIE HANNA
hannas8@uw.edu

Hometown Ann Arbor, MI
Previous Degrees

BA in French and International Studies (Development) from Bowling Green State University

Current Program MA candidate in Korea Studies
Interests

The impact of globalization/pop culture on cultural traditions

 

 

 

 

PETER LEE
peterhl@uw.edu

Hometown Wilmington, DE
Previous Degrees BA in History with minors in East Asian Languages and Asian-American Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne
Current Program MA Candidate in Korea Studies
Interests Korean-American Identity / Community formations,
Korean-American / Asian-American "return" migration to the "homeland".

 

 

 

ANGELO MAESTAS
maestasa@
uw.edu


Hometown Denver, CO
Previous Degrees BA in Sociology from the University of Colorado at Boulder
Current Program MA candidate in Korea Studies
Interests U.S.-DPRK Relations, DPRK Foreign Policy, the issues facing the diaspora of North Korean refugees, and U.S.Foreign Policy in the ROK prior to democratization

 

 

 

ROLF SIVERSON
rolfs@
uw.edu


Hometown Gilroy, CA
Previous Degrees BA in Japanese Studies from Pacific University
Current Program MA candidate in Korea Studies
Interests Korean Education in the Japanese Colonial Period

 

 

 

BRIGIT STADLER
msta@uw.edu

Hometown San Diego, CA
Previous Degrees

BS in Sociology and Japanese from Montana State University

Current Program MA candidate in Korea Studies
Interests

Korean and Japanese popular cultural exchange; comparative colonial experiences; North-South relations and integration

 

 

 

GREG STONE
stonegv@uw.edu

Hometown Milwaukee, WI
Previous Degrees

BA in Philosophy and English Literature from Wheaton College, MS in Information Technology from the University of Maryland

Current Program MA candidate in Korea Studies
Interests

Reunification, North Korean Culture, and Integration of DPRK Refugees; Human Rights and Nuclear Non-Proliferation Negotiation; South Korean Labor and Immigration Policy

 

 

 

 

Recent Alumni


 

JEREMIAH H. DOST
dostjh@gmail.com

Hometown St. Louis, MO
Previous Degrees BA in History with Honors from Valparaiso University, MA in Korea Studies
Current Status Looking for employment in the Greater Seattle Area
Interests

Northeast Project, the Dokdo-Takeshima dispute, Nationalism, and Historical research and its effect on international relations

 

 

 

 

CHRIS BUCHMAN
chris.buchman

@gmail.com


Hometown Little Rock, AR
Previous Degrees BFA in Photography from Washington University in St. Louis, MA in Korea Studies
Current Status Refugee assistance and resettlement work
Interests Environmental issues in East Asia, Korean Civil Society development

 

 

 

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