Eunsook teaches classes on ‘Islam and World Politics’ and ‘Politics of East and Southeast Asia.’ She serves on the Steering Committee for the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, and is affiliated with the Middle Eastern Studies Program. Eunsook administers the Wisconsin in Washington DC internship Program; in this role, she interviews applicants, reviews curriculum and scholarship applications, and oversees and provides feedback on instruction as well as the management of student evaluation of teaching. She manages communication with Political Science majors, assists with curriculum development, and develops and maintains queries for majors, course enrollments, wait lists, independent studies, course audits, course closeouts, teaching evaluations, teaching reports and other data reports. In addition, Eunsook serves as the program coordinator for the International Politics and Practice Capstone Certificate (IPPCC) and also as a primary resource person for the Political Science Visiting International Student Program (VISP).
Eunsook Jung, “Islam and Politics in Contemporary Southeast Asia,” in Alice D. Ba and Mark Beeson, eds. Contemporary Southeast Asia: The Politics of Change, Contestation and Adaptation (London: Palgrave, 2017), pp.131-145.
Eunsook Jung. "Campaigning for All Indonesians: The Politics of Healthcare in Indonesia." Contemorary Southeast Asia, Vol. 38, No. 3