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Youngok Kang-Bohr

Religion and Culture


Youngok Kang-Bohr Title: Contract Instructor
Office: 3A17
Building: Ashdown Hall
Phone: 204-786-9184
Email: y.kang-bohr@uwinnipeg.ca

Teaching Areas: Korean language courses, Korean culture and history, Asian history, 20th century world history, women's history, Russian history courses.

Courses:

  • Introductory Korean (EALC-1300)
  • Intermediate Korea (EALC-2300)
  • Korean Civilization: Traditional and Modern (EALC-2320)
  • 20th Century World (HIST-2110) 
  • Asia since 1500 (HIST-2411) 
  • Women in Modern World (HIST-3121) 
  • Topics in Russian and Soviet History (HIST-3317)


Research Interests:
Korean history, Korean pop culture, Korean cinema, Asian history, world history.

Publications:

Stalinismus in der landwirtschaftlichen Provinz. Das Gebiet Voronezh, 1934-1941 (Stalinism in the Agricultural Province. The Voronezh Region, 1934-1941). Essen, Germany: Klartext, 2006.

“Appeals and Complaints: Popular Reactions to the Party Purges and the Great Terror in the Voronezh Region, 1935-1939,” Europe-Asia Studies57/1 (January 2005), refereed.

Translations:

Roland Bohr, “Aboriginal Archery in North America,” in Archery: East Meets West. Catalogue of a Special Exhibition of the Youngjib Archery Museum, translated into Korean by Youngok Kang-Bohr. Paju, Korea: Youngjib Archery Museum, 2004.

Translation between English and Korean for English Language Program at the University of Winnipeg since November 2012.