APSI People: Visiting Scholars

APSI welcomes a select number of scholars from the Asian/Pacific region to visit Duke each year. Visiting scholars are nominated by APSI faculty members and are expected to conduct independent research and engage with faculty and students at Duke.

Visiting Scholars Currently in Residence at APSI:

Sun Cong, Shanghai University, China
cs390@duke.edu
Research Interests:
Comparative study of Chinese and American design history

Elise DeVido, Independent Scholar
elise.devido@gmail.com
Research Interests:
Buddhist women in Republican China; Engaged Buddhism in Vietnam, 1920-1975

Paul Byounghwon Kim, Seoul National University, Korea
pbk5@duke.edu
Research Interests:
Confucian human nature theory from an evolutionary ethical perspective

Seok Ju Ko, Yonsei University, Korea
gosj@yonsei.ac.kr
Research Interests:
Korean language and literature: syntax-semantics Interface, lexical conceptual meaning, lexicography

Jae-Cheon Lim, Korea University, Korea
jclim@korea.ac.kr
Research Interests:
North Korea

Ying (Doris) Ma, Shanghai University, China
ym82@duke.edu
Research Interests:
Comparative study of urbanization between US and Chinese cities

Joonmo Son, National University of Singapore, Singapore
jms46@duke.edu
Research Interests:
Effects of social capital on preventive health behaviors among elderly, aging in East Asia

Dewen Wang, Xiamen University, China
dewen88@xmu.edu.cn
Research Interests:
Aging population, healthy life expectancy, health policy

Tuo Wang, University of International Business and Economics, China
tw164@duke.edu
Research Interests:
international trade and strategic trade policy

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