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Articles by Hong Yunshin

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Hong Yunshin, Ph.D. Waseda University (2012), is a visiting fellow at the Tokyo Center for Asian Pacific Partnership of the Asian Research Institute, Osaka University of Economics and Law, and a Special Fellow at the Waseda Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies. She teaches at several Tokyo universities and speaks and writes extensively on Okinawa, gender, militarization, and wartime sexual violence. Her current research focuses on military comfort stations in Okinawa as reational spaces of remembrance, where the issues of war, institutionalized violence against women, and postcolonial memory can be accessed, reevaluated, and transformed into sites of resistance to the discursive violence of modern sovereignty.