The Institute of Korean Studies, in cooperation with the Margherita von Brentano Center and Graduate School of East Asian Studies at Freie Universität Berlin, invites you to a special talk by Prof. Lee Na Young on "War and Women - the long and sad History".
Presenter: Prof. Lee Na Young
Na-Young Lee is Professor in the Department of Sociology at Chung-Ang University in South Korea and Chair of the Board of the Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan. Her research interests include post/colonialism, gendered nationalism, sexuality, and trans/national women’s movements. She has published many books and articles in Korean, in English and in Japanese, covering the subjects of Japanese military ‘comfort women,’ U.S. military bases, prostitution, women’s oral history, and migration. Her international publication include “Un/forgettable Histories of US Camptown Prostitution in South Korea: Women’s Experiences of Sexual labor and Government Policies” (2017); “Korean Men’s Pornography Use, Their Interest in Extreme Pornography, and Dyadic Sexual Relationships” (co-author) (2015); “The Korean Women’s Movement of Japanese Military ‘Comfort Women’: Navigating between Nationalism and Feminism” (2014); “Negotiating the Boundaries of Nation, Christianity, and Gender: The Korean Women’s Movement against Military Prostitution” (2011); and “The Construction of Military Prostitution in South Korea during the U.S. Military Rule, 1945-1948” (2007).
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05.07.2022 | 17:00 s.t. - 18:00
Institute of Korean Studies