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Recent List of Publications (2010 - 2015)


BOOKS

Korean American Pioneer Aviators: The Willows Airmen. Lexington Books. May 2015.

1920 Opening the Sky of Korea. Published in Korea, 2013.

Unsung Hero: The Story of Col. Young Oak Kim. Translation.
Riverside, California: YOK Center for Korean American Studies, UC Riverside, 2011.

African Americans. Reprint with new and updated introduction as a twentieth anniversary of LA civil unrest of 1993 edition by Korea University Press.

Ethnic Peace in the American City: Community Building in Los Angeles and Beyond (With Jeanette Diaz-Veizades). New York University Press, 1999.

Following the Footsteps of Korean Americans. T'aep'yŏngyang P'yŏnghwa Yŏn'guso Press, 1995.

Who African Americans Are. Korean Language Book.

BOOK CHAPTERS

“Korean Disapora in America.” Introduction Article in Unsung Hero: The Story of Col. Young Oak Kim.
Riverside, California: YOK Center for Korean American Studies, UC Riverside, 2011.

"Korean Americans." Chapter in the Encyclopedia of Asian American Issues Today.
Santa Barbara, California: Greenwood Press, December 2009. READ THE CHAPTER

“Community in Transition: Korean American Empowerment in the 21st Century.” In 2009 Civilization and Peace.
Seoul: The Academy of Korean Studies, 2010: 97-120. READ THE CHAPTER

JOURNAL ARTICLES

"Confronting Sa-i-Gu: Twenty Years After the Los Angeles Riots." American Studies. American Studies Institute, Seoul National University. 2013.

"Remembering Sa-I-Gu." Amerasia Journal. Vol. 38, No. 1, 2012: 31-33.

"Confronting Sa-i-Gu: Twenty Years After the Los Angeles Riots." American Studies. Vol. 35, No. 2, November 2012. READ THE ARTICLE

“Remembering Sa-I-Gu.” Amerasia Journal. Vol. 38, No. 1, 2012: 31-33.

"Lesson Plan: Toward Understanding Korean and African American Relations." The OAH Magazine of History. Vol. 10, No. 4, Summer 1996. READ THE ARTICLE