Critical Approaches to Political Science Lab
We take non-traditional approaches of political science to research multidisciplinary topics
The Critical Approaches to Political Science Lab uses non-conventional political science methods to conduct research around keywords such as “critical IRT,” “postcolonialism,” “feminism,” “queer theory,” and “populism”.
The lab currently focuses on critically reviewing the works of Chinese IR theory that arose in recent years as an alternative to IR theories advanced by Anglophone and European academia.
We hold regular virtual workshops where participants can engage in academic discussions and exchanges to develop their ideas and drafts.
Racialized Understandings of Koreanness and their Challenges to Hierarchical Nationhood: The National Identity of French Korean Adoptees
(2022.07) Remapping the Feminist Global: A Multi-vocal, Multi-located Conversation
22. 7. 22.
Embracing Postcolonialism in Korean Political Science
Choi, Seoyoung, Hye Min Ryu
(2021.04) ISA Virtual Convention 2021: Postcolonialism and Political Science in Northeast Asia Panel Session.
21. 4. 5.
Have the Subaltern Spoken? Positioning the Speech of 'Comfort Women' in Postcolonial Korea
Choi, Seoyoung,Jungmin Seo
(2021.04) ISA Virtual Convention 2021: Questions of Ethics and Intercultural Relations in the Asia-Pacific: Postcoloniality, Decolonization, and Feminist Politics Panel Session.
21. 4. 5.
Cultural Analysis of Right-Wing Populism: The Case of the State-Centered Nationalism in South Korea
(2021.04) ISA Virtual Convention 2021: Democracy under Siege: Politics of Authoritarian Legacies and the Mobilization of Extreme Conservatives in South Korea Panel Session.
21. 4. 5.
Cultural Theories on Populism: Nationalism as A System of People's Temporal-Spatial Apprehension
(2019.03) ISA 2019 Annual Conference: Junior Scholar Symposium Panel Session.
19. 3. 26.