CURRICULUM VITAE

WONMO DONG

Email: wdong@u.washington.edu
Homepage: http://faculty.washington.edu/wdong



 

HOME ADDRESS AND FAMILY

11314 NE 117th St.
Kirkland, WA 98034
Tel: (425) 823-6588
Fax: (425) 825-1236

Married to Catherine Aukhee Song Dong
Children: Kenneth Dong, MD, Clara Dong Lee and Christine Dong

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ACADEMIC TRAINING AND DEGREES

Ph. D. (Government), Georgetown University, 1965
M. A. (Diplomacy and International Commerce), University of Kentucky, 1961
B. A. (Government), Southwestern University, 1959
B. A. (Politics and Diplomacy), Yonsei University, 1957

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AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Pioneer of the Korean Democracy Movement, Korean Institute for Human Rights, 2000
Rotunda Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award, SMU, 2000
Arnold Foundation Travel Grant, SMU, Spring 1998
Tower Center Faculty Research Fellowship, Summer 1997
CALTEX International Travel Grant, New Delhi, India, March 1997
CALTEX International Faculty Research Grant, South Korea, May 1996
International Research Travel Grant, SMU, Australia, 1996
University Faculty Research Grant, SMU, 1994
Field Research Grant, Association for Asian Studies, 1989
International Travel-Research Fellowship, The Asia Foundation, 1989
International Travel-Research Fellowship, The Asia Foundation, 1988
Center for Korean Studies Research Fellowship, University of California at Berkeley, Spring and Summer 1985
Social Science Research Council Post-doctoral Research Fellowship, 1982
National Fellowship, Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University, 1981-82
Social Science Research Council Post?doctoral Research Fellowship, 1978
Research Fellowship, The World Order Program, The University of Texas at Austin,1976
Social Science Research Council Post-doctoral Research Fellowship, 1972
University Fellowship, Georgetown University, 1960-63
Danforth Graduate Fellowship, 1960-65

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ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH APPOINTMENTS

Korea Program Scholar in Residence, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington (2000- )
Center for Korean Studies Fellow, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California Berkeley, Spring and Summer 1985
National Fellow (1981-82) and Visiting Scholar (1982-83), Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, Stanford University
Associate in Research, The Fairbank Center for East Asian Research, Harvard University, Summer 1978
Visiting Scholar, Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Summer 1977
Director, The Asian Studies Program, Southern Methodist University, 1979-1981 and 1985-98
Professor Emeritus (2000- ), Associate Professor (1972-2000 ) and Assistant Professor (1968-1972), Department of Political Science, Southern Methodist University
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Kentucky Wesleyan College, 1965-68

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PUBLICATIONS

Books

The Two Koreas and the United States: Issues of Peace, Security and Economic Cooperation (edited) (Armonk: M. E. Sharp, 2000).

Korean-American Relations at the Crossroads (Princeton Junction: Association of Korean Christian Scholars in North America, 1982), edited with contribution of a chapter. Preface by Edwin D. Reischauer.

Whither Korea? (Dallas: Association of Korean Christian Scholars in the United States, 1975), edited with Harold Sunwoo.


Articles and Chapters

"The Maturity of the Democratic Political System in South Korea and Proactive North Korea Policy (in Korean), Proceedings of the Council for the Peaceful Unification of Korea, The Republic of Korea, 1998.

"Regional Cleavage in South Korean Politics," in Sang-Young Choi (ed.), Democracy in Korea (Seoul: Seoul Press, 1997).

"Democratic Struggle in South Korea," in Roger S. Powers and William B. Vogele (ed.), Protest, Power and Change (New York: Garland Publishing, 1997).

"Regional Cleavage in South Korean Politics," Korean Observer: A Ouarterly Journal, Vol. XXVI, No. 2 (Summer 1995).

"Civilian Democracy and the Politics of Leadership Change in Korea," in Christopher J. Sigur (ed.), Continuity and Change in Contemporary Korea (New York: Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, 1994).

"The Democratization of South Korea: What Role Does the Middle Class Play?" James Cotton (ed.), Korea under Roh Tae-Woo (Camberra: Allen and Unwin, 1993).

"South Korea's New President Faces Hard Times at Home and New International Demands," Asia Pacific Issues (Analysis from the East-West Center), No. 4 (February 1993). Co-authored with Charles E. Morrison.

"Generational Differences and Political Development in South Korea," Korean Studies, No. 17 (Spring 1993).

"Domestic Politics in 1990: A Year of Crisis," in Donald N. Clark (ed.), Korea Briefing 1991 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1991).

"Korea: Democratic People's Republic of Korea," in Richard F. Staar (ed.), Yearbook on International Communist Affairs 1991 (Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1991).

"The Democratization of South Korea: What Role Does the Middle Class Play?" Korean Observer: A Quarterly Journal, Vol. XXII, No. 2 (Summer 1991).

"Why Radical Students in South Korea Are Rebelling," The Chronicle of Higher Education, Vol. 34, no. 45 (July 20, 1988).

"Student Activism and the Presidential Politics of 1987 in South Korea" in llpyong Kim (ed.), Political Change in South Korea (New York: Paragon House Press, 1988).

"University Students in South Korean Politics: Patterns of Radicalization in the 1980's", Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 40/ No. 2 (Winter 1987).

"Korean?American Relations at the Crossroads: Challenges and New Opportunities in the 1980's," in Wonmo Dong (ed.), Korean-American Relations at the Crossroads (Princeton Junction, 1982).

"Assimilation and Social Mobilization in Korea, 1910?1945," in Andrew C. Nahm (ed.), Korean Under Japanese Colonial Rule (Kalamazoo: Institute of Area and International Studies, Western Michigan University, 1973).

OP-ED ARTICLES

"A Tough Balancing Act Confronts Seoul's New Man," International Herald Tribune, March 4, 1993.

"Nationalism in South Korea: Implications for U. S.-Korea Relations," Forum (Southern Methodist University), May 1990.

"In Seoul, Real Question Is: What After the Olympics?" The Atlanta Constitution September 20, 1988.

"Olympics and South Korea - A Mix of Euphoria, High Tension," The Orlando Sentinel September 16, 1988.

"The Olympics: A Golden Opportunity for Activists To Get Their Message Across?" The Korea Times (The Los Angeles Edition), August 3, 1988.

"Han'guk Haksaengundong Choson Sidae Puto Puri (The Korean Student Movement Originates from the Choson Period)," The Hanguk Ilbo (The Los Angeles Edition), July 8, 1988.

"Students spark for democracy in South Korea," The Orlando Sentinel, September 21, 1987.

"Radical students in South Korean politics," Forum (Southern Methodist University), No. 86/September 14, 1987.

'Widening S. Korean dissent sees student influence growing," The Oregonian, June 24, 1987.

"Middle class up in arms in S. Korea," The Houston Chronicle, June 23, 1987.

"Students and S. Korea's middle?class revolution." The Dallas Morning News, June 22, 1987.

"Korean Student Unrest Linked to U. S. Policy," Forum (Southern Methodist University), No. 73/Novernber 10, 1986.

"Troubled Times for Ties Between Korea and the United States," The Asian Wall Street Journal Weekly, September 9, 1982.

"Democratic Forces and the Yushin System in South Korea," The New Korea, October 1979.

"The Restoration of Democracy and National Security in South Korea," The New Korea, June 1975.


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RESEARCH AND PANELS PAPERS AND PUBLIC LECTURES

Panel on "Economic Restructuring and Democratic Politics," The 2001 annual meetinof the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, California, August 28-September 2, 2001 (Discussant).

"Democratic Consolidation in South Korea and Proactive North Korea Policy," a panel paper presented to the 1999 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Atlanta, GA, September 2-5, 1999.

Panel on "Politics, Economic Restructuring and Globalization," The 1998 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, Mass., September 3-5, 1998 (Chairman).

India at the Crossroads," The Third Annual Symposium of the SMU-Dallas Forum on Asian Affairs, March 27-28, 1998 (Co-chairman and Co-organizer).

"Christianity in Korea: An Exploration of Its Unique Development," The Korea Society, New York. NY, September 26-27, 1997 (Discussant).

Panel on "Economic Growth, Democratization, and changing Policy Patterns in South Korea," The 1997 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D. C., August 27-31, 1997 (Discussant).

"The Two Koreas and the United States: Issues of Peace, Security and Economic Cooperation," The Second Annual Symposium of the SMU-Dallas Forum on Asian Affairs, March 20-21, 1997 (Organizer/Symposium Chairman).

"The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Globalization of Democracy: The Other Legacy," a public lecture delivered at Southern Methodist University, January 24, 1997.

"Democratic Consolidation in South Korea," a roundtable presented to the Silver Anniversary Annual Meeting of the Southwest Conference on Asian Studies," Dallas, Texas, October 18-19, 1996 (Chairman).

"Society, Elites and Interest Groups in South Korea," a panel presented to the 1996 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, California, August 29-September 1, 1996 (Chairman).

"Civilian Democracy and Political Elite Recruitment in South Korea: Patterns of Change and Continuity," a panel paper presented to the Third Pacific Asian Conference on Korea Studies, Sidney, Australia, July 1-4, 1996.

"South Korea's Civilian Democracy and Institutionalized Corruption: Opportunities and Limits of Political Reform," a roundtable presented to the 1996 meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 12-14, 1996 (Organizer/Chairman).

"Post-Deng China and US-China Relations," The First Annual Symposium of the SMU-Dallas Forum on Asian A1Tairs, Dallas, Texas, February 29-March 1, 1996 (Organizer/Symposium Chairman).

"The Korean-American Community and North-South Reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula [in Koreart]," a keynote address presented to the First Regional Meeting of the Federation of Korean Associations in the United States, San Francisco, California, January 13-14, 1996.

"The Pacific War and Korea: The Last Years of Japan's Colony and the Onset of Liberation," (with Hong Nack Kim), a panel paper presented to the National Archives - The University of Maryland International Conference on the Pacific War, College Park, Maryland, October 13-14, 1995.

"The Resurgence of Regional Cleavage in South Korea: Implications for Democratic Consolidation," a panel paper presented to the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois, August 3 1-September3, 1995.

"Regional Cleavage and Political Change in South Korea," a panel paper presented to the 2nd Pacific Basin International Conferences on Korean Studies, Tokyo, Japan, July 26-28, 1994.

"Civilian Democracy and the Politics of Political Leadership Change," a panel paper presented to the Carnegie Council's 80th Anniversary Conference on Continuity and Change in Contemporary Korea," Merrill House, New York, June 14, 1994.

"Korean Politics Today," a lecture presented to the public symposium on "Confucianism and Korean Politics," The Asia Society, New York, N. Y., December 2, 1993.

"The Politics of Generational DilTerence in South Korea," a research paper presented to the Washington Seminar on Korea at Georgetown University, Washington, D. C., November 8, 1993.

"The New Civilian Government of South Korea: Old Problems and New Solutions," the organizer and chair of the roundtable presented to the combined annual meeting of the Southwestern and Western Conferences of the Association for Asian Studies, Mexico City, October 22-23, 1993.

"The Two Koreas and the War That Never Ended," a public lecture presented at Rice University, Houston, Texas, October 11, 1993.

"Democratic Transition in South Korea: The Efficacy and Limits of Non-violent Direction Action," a panel paper presented to the 1993 meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D. C., September 2?5, 1993.

"Generational Difference and Political Change in South Korea," a panel paper presented to the First Pacific Basin International Conference on Korean Studies, July 27-August 2, 1992, Honolulu, Hawaii.

"The Two Koreas at the Crossroads (a round-table discussion)," The annual meeting of the Southwest Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, October 11-12, 1991, San Antonio, Texas (Chairman).

"Foreign Presence in China and Korea," The annual meeting of the Southwest Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Austin, Texas, October 12-13, 1990 (Discussant).

"The Rising Tide of Nationalism in South Korea: Implications for US-Korea Relations," A panel paper presented to The Asia Society Symposium on US-Korea Economic Relations, Scottsdale, Arizona, January 25, 1990. "Radical Student

"Politics in South Korea: Implications for U. S. Foreign Policy," SMU University Lecture Series, November 6, 1989.

"Domestic Politics and National Reunification: China, Korea and Germany," American Political Science Association annual meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, September 2, 1989 (Discussant).

"Major Powers and South Korea's Nordpolitik," International Conference on Inter-Korean Exchanges and Cooperation, Anaheim, California, July 6-9, 1989 (Discussant).

"Radical Student Politics in Korea and US-Korea Relations," a public lecture presented to the American Cultural Center, Taegu, Korea, June 22, 1989.

"The Korean Unification and US-Korea Relations," a public lecture presented to the Jordan Institute for International Awareness, Texas A & M University, April 3, 1989.

"The Democratization of South Korea: What Role Does the Middle Class Play?" a paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Washington, D. C., March 17-19, 1989.

"Juridical Culture and the Rule of Law in South Korea: From Rulers' Law To Citizens' Law?", a paper presented to The Symposium on Comparative Constitutionalism, The Law School and the Department of Political Science, Baylor University, March 13-14, 1989.

"Challenges and New Opportunities in the Pacific Basin," SMU Women's Symposium, March 2, 1989 (Panel Speaker).

"Student Radicalism and the Post-Olympic Politics of South Korea," a panel paper presented to the annual meeting of the Southwest Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Denton, Texas, October 27-28, 1988.

"Political Development and Democratic Reforms in South Korea," a discussion paper presented to the Conference on "Korean Challenges and American Policy," sponsored by the Washington Institute for Values in Public Policy, Washington, D. C., December 6-8, 1988.

"Regionalism and Electoral Politics in South Korea: A Comparative Analysis of the Direct Presidential Elections of 1971 and 1987," a panel presented to the 1988 meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C., September 1-4, 1988.

The Second International Conference on Korean Affairs, Beijing University, Beijing, China, August 23-28, 1988 (Discussant).

"Student Activism and the Asynchronous Democratization Process in South Korea: The Presidential Politics of 1987," presented to the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, San Francisco, March 24-26, 1988.

"Student Activism in South Korea: New Trends in the 1980's," the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, San Francisco, March 24-26, 1988 (Panel Chairman).

"U.S. Policy and the Two Koreas," The Northern California Council on World Affairs, San Francisco, March 25, 1988 (Critique of the Study Report).

"Issues of U.S.-China Relations," a speech presented to the University Lecture Series, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, March 9, 1987.

"The Radicalization of Student Politics and Political Opposition in South Korea: Implications for the Korea Policy of the United States," presented to the International Conference on "Korea in the Light of the Philippines," Center for Asian Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, February 12-14, 1987.

"Soldiers and Students in South Korean Politics: Patterns of Politicization and Confrontation," American Political Science Association meeting, Washington, D. C., August 29-31, 1986 (Panel Chairman).

"Student Politics in South Korea: Continuity and Change," American Political Science Association annual meeting, Washington, D.C. August 29-31, 1986.

"University Students in South Korean Politics: Patterns of Politicization and Activisrn," Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, April 26, 1985 (Research report).

"South Korea's Economic Performance: Patterns of Growth and Distribution," Western Social Science Association annual meeting, San Diego, California, April 25-28, 1984.

"University Students and Opposition Politics in South Korea: Recent Trends," Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, March 9, 1984.

Resource Leader, American Friends Service Committee, Conference on Korean Unification, Pacific Palisade, California, December 16-18, 1983.

"Modernization, Economic Performance and the Impact of Sinic Cultural Tradition: The Recent Experience of Hong Kong, Singapore, Republic of Korea, Republic of China and People's Republic of China," the 1983 meeting of the American Association of Chinese Scholars, Santa Barbara, California, November 3-5, 1983 (Special invited panelist).

"Student Activism and Political Dissension in South Korea: Implications for US-Korea Security Relations," Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, June 10, 1983.

"Activist Students and Political Opposition in South Korea: Changing Patterns of Politicalization," Institute of East Asian Research, The University of California at Berkeley, May 26, 1983.

"Since Vietnam: The United States and the New International Order in Asia," Southwest Conference on Asian Studies annual meeting, Austin, Texas, October 23-24, 1981 (Panel Chairman).

"Pluralist Democracy in the United States: An Asian-American Perspective," HANA Summer Institute, Oklahoma City University, August 13, 1981.

"Declining Political Efficacy among University Students: An Exploratory Trend Study of the 1970's," Southwest Political Science Association annual meeting, Dallas, Texas, March 26, 1981.

"Koreagate and the United States-South Korea Relations," University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, April 26, 1978 (Public Lecture).

"Church-Regime Confrontation in South Korea and the Philippines: Implications for United States Foreign Policy and Missions," Southwest Conference on Asian Studies annual meeting, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 14-16, 1976 (Panel Chairman).

"The Politics of Assimilation in Colonial Korea: Policy Practices and Effects," Association for Asian Studies annual meeting, Toronto, Canada, March 19-21, 1976.

"The Restoration of Democracy and National Security in South Korea," a public lecture at the Los Angeles Convention Center, June 21, 1975.

"Asian Foreign Policy," Southwest Political Science Association annual meeting, San Antonio, Texas, March 27-29, 1975 (Discussant).

"Structural Change in South Korean Politics and the Peaceful Unification of Korea," Association of Korean Christian Scholars annual meeting, Dallas, Texas, March 20-22, 1975.

"Nation?building and Social Justice in Korea," Association of Korean Christian Scholars annual meeting, Stony Point, New York, April 12-14, 1974 (Panel Chairman).

"Japan's Changing Relationships with the Two Koreas," Southwest Conference on Asian Studies annual meeting, Denton, Texas, October 12-13, 1973.

"The Political Analysis of Student Activism," American Political Science Association annual meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 3-8, 1973 (Discussant).

"Thoughts and Behavior in Korean Politics," Association for Asian Studies annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois, March 30-April 1, 1973 (Discussant).

"International Studies Education: Constraints and Needs of Undergraduate Instructors," International Studies Association annual meeting, Dallas, Texas, March 15-18, 1972 (Discussant).

"Christian Conscience and Korean Unification," Association of Korean Christian Scholars annual meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, March 24-26, 1972 (Panel Chairman).

"Sectoral Differences in Voter Behavior: The Case of South Korea," Association for Asian Studies annual meeting, New York, March 27-29,1972.

"University Students in South Korean Politics: Patterns of Politicization and Activities," Midwest Conference on Asian Studies annual meeting, Madison, Wisconsin, October 29-30, 1971 (Panel Chairman with a paper).

"Indian Politics," Southwest Political Science Association annual meeting, Dallas, Texas, March 25-27, 1979 (Discussant).

"Acculturation, Social Mobilization and Political Behavior: Exploring An Application of the Deutsch Model to the Study of Mexican-Americans in Texas," Conference on Minority Groups in the Southwest, The University of Texas at Austin, June 26?27, 1970.

"Cultural Assimilation and Development Policy as Factors of Political Integration and Differentiation: The Case of Colonial Korea," Western Political Science Association annual meeting, Sacramento, California, April 2-5, 1970.


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COURSES TAUGHT

The Two Koreas at the Turn of the New Millenium (UW)
Issues of U. S.-East Asia Relations
Introduction to Political Science
Governments and Politics of Japan and Korea
Chinese Politics
Governments and Politics of South and Southeast Asia
Introduction to Comparative Politics
Quantitative Methods for Political Research
The Third World and North?South Relations
The United States and Asia
American Government

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SERVICES TO THE PROFESSION, UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY

A. The Profession

President, Association of Korean Political Studies in North America. 1997-99)
The Founder (1972), Secretary-Treasurer(1972-75), President (1975-76; 1995-96) Southwest Conference on Asian Studies
Secretary-Treasurer (1972-76) and President (1978-80), Association of Korean Christian Scholars in North America

B. Southern Methodist University

Convenor and Executive Director, The SMU-Dallas Forum on Asian Affairs, a joint 3-year project of Dedman College and its Asian Studies Program under the financial support of CALTEX Petroleum Corporation (1996-99)
Member, Faculty Senate Select Committee, 1995-97
Member, Executive Board, The Tower Center for Political Studies, 1993-98
Member, Faculty Senate Committee on the Economic Status of the Faculty, 1989-90; 1994-95
Chairman, Council on Asian Studies, 1979-81 and 1985-98
Dean's Advisory Committee on Tenure and Promotion, Fall 1987
Faculty Advisor, The Hong Kong Club of SMU, 1987-90
Chairman, Committee on Faculty Performance and Evaluation, American Association of University Professors, SMU Chapter, 1980-81
Member, The President's Commission on the Status of Racial Minorities, 1978-80; 1988-93
Member, Faculty Senate, 1975-78
Member, Executive Committee, The University YMCA of Dallas, 1972-75
Faculty Advisor, The SMU Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha (The National Political Science Honorary Society), 1971-75
Faculty Advisor, SMU International Relations Association, 1970-74
Chairman, Committee on Faculty Organization, Kentucky Wesleyan College

C. The Community at Large

Member, The Board of Directors, The Seattle U. N. Association, 2001-
Advisor and Chairman of the Standing Committee on Inter-Korea Relations, The Federation of the Korean Associations in the United States of America, 1995-99
Chairman (1986-87) and Advisor (1987-89), The Korean-American Citizens League of North Texas
Chairman (1981-82) , First Vice-Chairman (1973-81) and Co-founder with Kim Dae Jung(1973), The Congress for Democracy and Unification in Korea (USA), Washington, D. C.
Chairman (1980-81) and Vice-Chairman (1979-80), The Asian-American Advisory Committee, Dallas Independent School District.
Founding-President, The Korean Society of Dallas-Fort Worth, 1969-70.


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JOURNAL REFEREE

Asian Survey, Asian Affairs and Comparative Politics


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CONSULTANTSHIP

Dow Chemical Corporation
Mobil Oil Corporation
Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, L. L. P


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AFFILIATIONS

American Political Science Association
Association of Korean Political Studies in North America
Association for Asian Studies
Southwest Conference on Asian Studies
Society for Values in Higher Education
Association of Korean Christian Scholars in North America


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REFERENCES

Available upon Request

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BIO SKETCH

Available upon Request

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