Terry K Park's research interests focus on how the Korean War, popularly known as the US's "forgotten war," shaped, and continues to shape, US liberal empire and Transpacific cultural practices. Dr. Park has authored journal articles, policy reports, and book reviews on the ghostly legacies of the Korean War in US and Asian American culture, including the lead essay in MELUS's special issue on Asian American performance art.
Dr. Park is also an award-winning teacher who has taught innovative, student-centered courses in Asian, American, and Asian American Studies at various institutions across the US. To learn more about his pedagogy and past courses, click on the "About" or "Classes" tabs above.
To learn more about Dr. Park's academic work, take a look at his CV.
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