Associate Professor, Sungshin Women's University
Hong Seuk Ryule is a Associate Professor of the Department of History at Sungshin Women's University in Seoul. Professor Hong holds a Ph.D. in Korean History from Seoul National University. He has also spent time as a visiting Researcher at the University of Maryland at College Park(1999-2000). He specialized in the modern history of Korea, and specifically, U.S.-ROK and inter-Korean relations...
Marianna Merritt and Donald S. Matteson Distinguished Professor Emerita, Washington State University
Birgitta Ingemanson is a literary scholar and historian first trained at the Universities of Stockholm and Leningrad, then, for graduate work, at Princeton University. She has taught Russian studies (literature, culture, cinema) for several decades and is now, as a Professor Emerita at Washington State University in Pullman (WA), a “detective” of the letters of Eleanor Lord Pray from a...
Research Fellow, Hoover Institution; Adviser to the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Project, Hoover Archives; former Director, Radio Free Europe
A. Ross Johnson is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, adviser to the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) Archive Project at Hoover, and senior scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.Johnson was a senior executive of RFE/RL from 1988 to 2002, serving as director of Radio Free Europe, director of the RFE/RL Research Institute, and acting president...
Professor, Mount Holyoke College
Professor Stephen Jones received his Ph.D (Georgian Social Democracy in Opposition and Power, 1918-1921) from the London School of Economics and Political Science in 1984. He has taught at the Universities of California, London, and Oxford. Since 1989 he has taught at Mount Holyoke College in the US. Professor Jones has written over 90 articles and chapters on Georgian affairs. He publ...
Professor of History, Georgetown University
Associate Professor of History, Catholic University
Honorary Fellow, Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford; Emeritus Professory of History, Ball State University
Dr. John Koumoulides, was a professor of history and administrator of the Greeek Studies and lecture program, which he founded, at Ball State Univeristy in Muncie, Indiana from 1968-2002. Since Januar 2003 he serves as an emritus professor at Ball State and Senior Scholar at the Wooodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. He also serveson the Advisory Editorial Boards of The Cyprus Review a...
Professor of History at Koomkin University in Seoul, South Korea
Affiliation:Former Assistant Professor, Oriental Studies Department, St. Petersburg State UniversityWilson Center Project(s):North Korea History: Soviet Advisers in North Korea 1945-62
Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania