The Research Room serves as the metaphorical “back room” of Sino-NK, visualizing the collective academic output of the organization’s members. Here readers are kept up-to-date with projects in progress and provided recaps of completed efforts. The Research Room also seeks to examine and reveal external analysis giving Sino-NK’s view of new conceptions, approaches, and methodologies. Because of our ties to East Asia, this section carries the dual title “Yongusil,” and in common with Korea and Asia more generally it will be a place of progress as we journey.
- Yongusil 68: Divided Visions, United Vistas: Afforestation and the Visual Production of Politics in the Yushin Era
- Yongusil 67: Footprints of the Dead and the Utility of Returns: Recent Works from the KEI Academic Paper Series
- Yongusil 64: Sino-NK, AAS, and the Windy City
- Yongusil 62: Contentious Politics on the Korean Peninsula, a Workshop at the University of Toronto