(Last updated : 2023-03-29 12:29:51)
  HEO Seunghoon Emilia
   Department   Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University College of Asia Pacific Studies
   Position   Associate Professor
■ Education
1. 〔Doctorial Course〕 International Relations, Department of International History and Politics, The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Geneva Switzerland, Completed, PhD
2. 〔Master Course〕 International Expertise, Department of International Studies, INALCO Paris France, Completed, Master Degree
3. 〔Master Course〕 European Studies, Institute of European Studies, University of Paris VIII, Completed, Master Degree
4. Seoul National University, Graduated, Bachelor of Arts
■ Academic and professional experience
1. 2016~ Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University International Relations and Peace Studies Associate Professor
2. 2013~2016 Sophia University Global Studies Assistant Professor
3. 2012 Johns Hopkins University American Institute for Contemporary German Studies Research Fellow Link
4. 2010~2012 United Nations University with joint affiliation to the University of Tokyo International Peace and Security JSPS Postdoctoral Research Fellow Link
5. 2007~2008 George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs (Sigur Center for Asian Studies) Research Associate
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■ Message
None of us chose the place we were born. Through the eyes of others, the world looks differently. Before you form your opinion, before you make your judgment, before you come to your conclusion, try it. Doing so does not necessarily mean we agree with them. What it does is gives us possibilities to open ourselves up to find an answer to the “why” we have and take our step that bridges the gap. 
■ Current specialized field
International relations, Politics, Area studies (Key Word:International Reconciliation and Peace Studies, Aesthetic Approaches to Conflict Resolution, Collective Narratives, Identity and Memory Politics) 
■ Books and theses
1. 2021/03 Book "Through the Eyes of Others: Postwar Reconciliation Narrative in Contemporary Japan" in Identity, Culture and Memory in Japanese Foreign Policy  pp.147-165 (Collaboration)  Link
2. 2021/03 Article "When National Narratives Clash in Multinational University Classrooms: A Pedagogical Perspective," The Asia-Pacific Journal | Japan Focus 19(5),pp.1-21 (Single)  Link
3. 2018/08 Article Comfortable Walls, Uncomfortable Peace Global Challenges (4) (Single)  Link
4. 2018/02 Article Does Pyongchang Lead to Pyeonghwa (Peace)? AICGS Issue Brief (Johns Hopkins University)  (Single)  Link
5. 2017/02 Book "Challenges of Teaching International Reconciliation in Japan and Korea: A Comparative Perspective" in Reconciling with the Past: Resources and Obstacles in a Global Perspective  pp.110-121 (Collaboration)  Link
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■ Academic or professional association memberships
1. 2022/03~ Korea Arts Psycho Counseling Association
2. 2019/10~ International Studies Association
3. 2013/08~ Korean Political Science Association
■ Research topic, funded research and KAKENHI
1. 2023~  History Reconciliation and International Cooperation (EUROCLIO - Northeast Asian History Foundation)  (Key Word : )
2. 2021~2022  Inclusive Pedagogy in International Relations and Peace Studies (Salzburg Global Seminar - Korea Foundation, Austria)  (Key Word : ) Link
3. 2021~2023  Towards Inclusive Historical Narratives (APU Center for Inclusive Leadership, Japan)  (Key Word : ) Link
4. 2018~2020  Reconciliation Narratives in Contemporary Japan (Czech Science Foundation, Czech Republic)  (Key Word : ) Link
5. 2012  Memory Politics (AICGS Research Fellowship, USA)  (Key Word : ) Link
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■ Qualification and licenses
1. 2022 Certificate in Art Psychotherapy
2. 2022 Certificate in Color Therapy
3. 2013 JLPT N1
4. 1999 DALF
5. 1999 Teacher's License in French Language Education
■ Educational ability
● Practice example of education method
1. 2016~2019 Reconciliation Pedagogies in International Relations (IR) Classes Link
■ Professional contribution to Society
1. 2017/05 The Presence of the Past: Selective National Narratives and International Encounters in University Classrooms Link
2. 2015/08 Achieving True Reconciliation Link
3. 2015/07 Choosing Ways of Remembering: Comparing Student Narratives about World War II in Japan and Germany Link
4. 2011/03 Courage and Love in the Midst of 3.11 Earthquake (in Korean) Link
■ Committee and society
1. 2021 Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (EUROCLIO) Academic Committee Member Link
2. 2021 The Salzburg Global Seminar SGS-KF Fellow Link
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