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Steven Denney, BA MA PhD

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Sprechstunde: Wednesdays 15:00-16:00 & Fridays 14:00-15:00 (Zoom)

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Steven Denney researches and teaches for the Chair of East Asian Economy and Society in the Department of East Asia Studies at the University of Vienna. I hold the rank of post-doctoral University Assistant / Universitätsassistenten (equivalent: Assistant Professor).

He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Toronto, an M.A. in Global Affairs and Policy from Yonsei University, and a B.A. in Political Science from Harding University.

As a comparativist that specializes in East Asian affairs with a focus on the Koreas, Steven’s core and current research centers on the study of two areas: (im)migration, citizenship, and national identity (i); and comparative political economy (ii).

He runs undergraduate and graduate-level courses and tutorials in international relations (IR), comparative politics, nations and nationalism, data science, and methodology.

Steven emphasizes, and takes pride in, working with a diverse group of researchers and stakeholders from universities and other public and private research institutions across various disciplines and jurisdictions. He has presented his solo and collaborative work to social scientists, area studies specialists, policymakers, and industry partners at academic conferences and other professional venues.

Steven’s work is published in refereed journals, non-peer reviewed outlets, and contemporary affairs publications with researchers from North America, Europe, and Asia. He writes expert statements for legal cases related to his areas of expertise, compiles special reports for think tanks and governments, appears regularly in media, and serves as a senior editor for an online scholarly website dedicated to documenting historical and contemporary events in Northeast Asia – SinoNK.com.

An overview of his research projects and publications can be read at scdenney.net.

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150126 VU VU - Nations and Nationalism in East Asia

Letzte Änderung: Di 05.10.2021 16:27