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Christine Hong

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Christine Hong is an Associate Professor of Literature and Critical Race and Ethnic Studies at UC Santa Cruz where she teaches courses on race, labor, and migration; race and comics; Los Angeles circa 1992; the Cold War in Asia and the Pacific; the nuclear Pacific; the black Pacific; the Korean War; and human rights and decolonization. She is the co-director of the Legacies of the Korean War oral history project. She is on the executive board of the Korea Policy Institute, the coordinating committee of the National Campaign to End the Korean War, and part of the Working Group on Peace and Demilitarization in Asia and the Pacific.