Eunsook Jung

Director of International Programs

esjung@wisc.edu

(608) 263-2130

301 North Hall

Appointments scheduled with Starfish

Affiliated with Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Center for East Asian Studies & Middle Eastern Studies Program

Education:

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison

M.A. University of Wisconsin-Madison

M.A. Seoul National University

B.A. Catholic University of Korea

Research Interests:

Religion and Politics, Political Islam, Social Movements, East Asian Politics, Southeast Asian Politics, Indonesian Politics

Biography:

Eunsook teaches classes on ‘Islam and World Politics’, ‘Politics of East and Southeast Asia’, ‘Politics of Southeast Asia’ and ‘International Development and Cooperation.’ She serves on the Steering Committee for the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, and is affiliated with the Center for East Asian Studies and the Middle Eastern Studies Program. Eunsook administers both the Wisconsin in Washington DC internship Program and the Political Science Visiting International Student Program (VISP). In addistion, she advises political science majors, manages student assessment programs, and oversees curriculum development.

Publications:

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

Courses:

PS 328 Politics of East and Southeast Asia Fall 2019-2020

PS 401 International Development & Cooperation Summer 2019

PS 323 Islam and World Politics Spring 2018-2019

PS 328 Politics of East and Southeast Asia Fall 2018-2019

PS 699 Directed Study Summer 2018

PS 401 Selected Topics in Political Science: International Development & CooperationSummer 2018

PS 322 Politics of Southeast Asia Spring 2017-2018

PS 401 Islam & World Politics Fall 2017-2018

PS 401 Politics of Islam & World Politics Spring 2016-2017