Chung, G.Y. An Ambivalent Magic: Undocumented Asian Immigrants and Racialized “Illegality” in the US Imperial Project. Amerasia Journal. 2022. 47(2): 267-282. [Link]

Chung, G.Y. Dismantling the “Undocumented Korean Box”: Race, Education, and Undocumented Korean Immigrant Activism for Liberation. In Diane C. Fujino & Robyn Magalit Rodriguez (Ed.), Contemporary Asian American Activism: Building Movements for Liberation. University of Washington Press. 2022. [Link]

Chung, G.Y. COVID-19 and the Status of Undocumented Korean Immigrants in the New York Region. 2022. Minkwon Center for Community Action. [Link]

Chung, G.Y. Teaching Ethnic Studies Remotely Amid Global Pandemic: Rise of Xenophobia, Black Lives Matter, and Pedagogy for Liberation. American Educational History Journal. 2021. 33-40.

Chung, G.Y. “Mirror of Hate: Atlanta Shootings and the names we should call.” March 24, 2021. Changbi: South Korea. 혐오의 거울: 애틀랜타 총기 사건과 우리가 불러야 할 이름들. 창비주간논평. [Link]

Zilonka, R., Cai, X., Medina, N., Chung, G.Y. A Critical Community Autoethnography of Place, Space, and Belonging by Ph.D. International Female Student-Scholar-Activist in the U.S.. International Journal of Critical Pedagogy. 2019. 10(1): 31-51.

Choi, H.J. & Chung, G.Y. Divergent Paths toward Militarized Citizenship: The “Unending” Cold War, Transnational Space of Citizenship, and International Korean Male Students. Korea Journal, 2018, 58(3): 76-101. [Link]

Chung, G.Y. At the Crossroads of Change: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Undocumented Korean Americans’ Political Participation, and Upcoming Challenges. Harvard Journal of Asian American Policy Review, 2017, 27: 67-73. [Link]

Chung, G.Y. Undocumented Korean Youth Activists in the US and the Politics of Resistance. In Moon Young Cho (Ed.), Hell-Chosun In and Out: Anthropological Research on the Global Mobility of South Korean Young Adults. 2017. Seoul, South Korea: Nulmin. “강제 추방을 중단하라!: 미국의 한인 미등록 청년 운동과 이상적 시민상像의 함정.” 헬조선 인 앤 아웃: 떠나는 사람, 머무는 사람, 서성이는 사람, 한국 청년 글로벌 이동에 관한 인류학 보고서. 조문영 외. 2017. 눌민출판사. [Link]

Abelmann, N., Chung, G.Y., Ham, S., Kang, J., Lee, Q. (2014). Makeshift Multiculturalism: The Transformation of Elementary School Teacher Training. In John Lie (Ed.), Multiethnic Korea?: Multiculturalism, Migration, and Peoplehood Diversity in Contemporary South Korea. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. [Link]

Chung, G.Y., Undocumented Children of Foreign Migrant Workers in South Korea. In Minoru, I., Chen, G. & Shunya, Y. (Eds.), Reading Asia through Cultural Studies. 2011. Tokyo, Japan: SericaShobo せりか書房

Kim, D.H., Chung, G.Y., et al. The Voice of Migrant Youth in South Korea. (Co-authored). 2011. Seoul, South Korea: Salmi Poinŭn Ch’ang. 우리 이야기 한번 들어볼래? 이주 청소년 열두 명의 생생한 목소리. 삶이 보이는 창. [Link]

Chung, G.Y. Invisible Children in South Korea: Undocumented Mongolian Youth and Their Challenges. 2009. Korean Journal of Social Issues. 18(2): 9-44. ‘보이지 않는 아이들’-재한 몽골 이주 청소년의 적응 욕구와 삶 기획의 의지. 사회연구. [Link]

Chung, G.Y. Gendered Self-Development Discourse and South Korean Chick Lit. Korean Sociological Association Conference Proceedings. 2007: 625-637. 한국의 칙릿 담론에 관한 연구: 재현과 현실 사이의 여성들 – 성별화된 자기계발서와 그 수용자를 중심으로. 한국사회학회 사회학대회 논문집. [Link]

Transnational Migration of Korean Nurses: Labor, Gender, and Global Migration – A Case Study of Korean Female Nurses Working in Australia 2007, the 8th Annual Conference of Hong Kong Sociological Association. [Link]

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