Dongyoun Hwang

Dongyoun Hwang, PhD

Faculty - Full-Time
Dongyoun Hwang
Professor of Asian Studies
  • PhD in History, Modern China, Duke University
  • MA in East Asian History, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea
  • BA in History, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea
  • Ideas of East and West
  • Modern China: Roots of Revolution
  • The Emergence of Modern Japan
  • Third World and the West
  • Introduction to the Pacific Basin
  • East Asia: A Historical Survey
  • History of East Asian-American Relations
  • Modern China in Literature and Film
  • Radicalism in Eastern Asia
  • Women in East Asia
  • Radicalism and Nationalism in Twentieth-Century Eastern Asia
  • The Guomindang Leftists in the 1920s
  • Wartime Collaboration in China during the Pacific War
  • Co-edited and annotated with George O. Totten III, Song of Arirang: The Life of a Korean Revolutionary in China, by Nym Wales and Kim San (Los Angeles: Kaya Press, 2024).
  • Hwang, Dongyoun. “Wartime Collaboration through a Collaborator’s Eyes: Zhou Fohai (1897-1947) and His Diary,” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Vol. 24, No. 1 (2023), pp. 52-71.
  • Hwang, Dongyoun. “Arif Dirlik in South Korea,” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, Vol. 22, No. 4 (December 2021), pp. 555-559.
  • Hwang, Dongyoun. “The Cultural Revolution and Its Significance in World History: An Interview with Arif Dirlik,” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Vol. 22, No. 4 (December 2021), pp. 560-573.
  • Hwang, Dongyoun. “Re-reading Song of Arirang from a Regional Perspective” (『アリランの歌』 を再読するために −「圏域」的視点から−), ARENA (December 2020), pp. 165-177. (in Japanese)
  • Hwang, Dongyoun. “The Revolution, the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression, and the Commemoration of World War II in the People’s Republic of China.” In Commemorating the Second World War and the Politics of Memory, edited by Park Chan Seung. Seoul: Hanul Academy, 2017.
  • Hwang, Dongyoun. Anarchism in Korea: Independence, Transnationalism, and the Question of National Development, 1919-1984.* Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2016.
  • Hwang, Dongyoun. The International Conferences That Built the Republic of Korea. Seoul: National Museum of Korean Contemporary History, 2016.
  • Hwang, Dongyoun, “Notes on Wang Jingwei’s Wartime Collaboration and Asianism during the Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1945,” in Park Kyung-seok ed., Perspectives on Interlocking East Asia. Seoul, Changbi, 2018.
  • Hwang, Dongyoun, “Tokyo, Contact Zones, Japanese Publications, Transnationalism,” in The Circulation of Japanese-language Magazines and Colonial Literature in East Asia, edited by Jeong Byeongho. Seoul: Yeokrak, 2014.
  • Hwang, Dongyoun, “Yan’an: A Revolutionary Base of the Chinese Revolution or a Node in the Transnational Networks of Eastern Asian Radicals?,” Journal of Historical Studies, Vol. 221 (March 2014).
  • Saeroun Gwageo Madeulgi: Gweonyeok Sigak Gwa Dongbu Asia Yeaoksa Jaeguseong (Making a New Past: A Reconstruction of Eastern Asian History from Regional Perspective) (Seoul: Hye’an Publishing, 2013) (in Korean)
  • “The Politics of China Studies in South Korea: A Critical Examination of South Korean Studies of Modern Chinese History since 1945,” Journal of Modern Chinese History vol.6, no. 2 (December 2012), pp. 256-276
  • “The May Fourth Movement in Regional Perspective,” Asia Munhwa Yeon’gu (Asian Cultural Studies) Vol. 22 (June 2011), pp. 221-259. (in Korean)
  • “Korean Anarchism before 1945: A Regional and Transnational Approach” in Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World, 1870-1940: The Praxis of National Liberation, Internationalism, and Social Revolution, edited by Steven Hirsch and Lucien van der Walt (Leiden: Brill, 2010), pp. 95-129.
  • “Güney Kore'nin Minjung ve Minjung Hareketi (South Korea's Minjung and Minjung Movement)” in Y. Doğan Çetinkaya ed., Toplumsal Hareketler: Tarih, Teori ve Deneyim (Social Movements: History, Theory, Experiences) (Istanbul: lletisim Yayinlari, 2008), pp. 337-363. (in Turkish).
  • “Zhou Fohai's Diary and the Problems of Collaboration in China during the Anti-Japanese War, 1937-1945,” Cogito, vol. 62 (August 2007), pp. 181-215.* (in Korean)
  • “Beyond Independence: The Korean Anarchist Press in China and Japan in the 1920s and 1930s,” Asian Studies Review, Vol. 31 (March 2007), pp. 1-21.
  • “Wartime Collaboration in Question: An Examination of the Postwar Trials of the Chinese Collaborators,” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, vol. 6, no. 1, May 2005, pp. 75-97.
  • Some Reflections on Wartime Collaboration in China: Wang Jingwei and His Group in Hanoi, Working Papers in Asian/Pacific Studies, Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, Duke University, 1998
  • 2000-present, Professor, Soka University of America
  • 1999-2000, Visiting Assistant Professor of East Asian History, History Dept., Duke University
  • 1998-1999, Instructor History Dept., Duke University
  • 1991-1992, Instructor, Kyungwon College (South Korea)
  • Fellowship (2022), The Academy of Korean Studies (AKS), South Korea.
  • Faculty Merit Award for Excellent Research and Scholarship (2018-2019), Soka University of America.
  • Field Research Fellowship, the Korea Foundation, 2014 
  • Research Grant (with Professors Moon-Sang Chung, Byung-Soo Oh, Kyung-Ran Jo, and Jin-A Jung) on “A Critical Examination of Mutual Perceptions between Korea, China and Japan during the Cold War Era” from the Northeast Asian History Foundation (Korea), 2010
  • Field Research Fellowship, The Korea Foundation, 2008 
  • Research Travel Grant, NEAC, Association for Asian Studies, 2004
  • Janet B. Chiang Research Grant, Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, Duke University,1998-99