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LEE Seonhwa (South Korea)

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LEE Seonhwa (South Korea)


Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, School of Philosophy and Social Development


Research Interests

Ecological Anthropology

STS (Science and Technology Studies)

Urban Anthropology


Education & Positions

2017~Present       Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Shandong University

2016~2017        Research Professor, Academy of Chinese Studies, Incheon National University

2015    Ph.D. (Anthropology) Seoul National University

2007     M.A. (Anthropology) Seoul National University

2004     B.A. (Geography Education, Anthropology) Seoul National University (South Korea)


Courses Taught

Environmental Anthropology (Undergraduate)

Ethnicity and Area Studies (Graduate)



Chickens and Woori (Coop/Us): The Habituation of Animals and Eco–Politics of the Grassland”, (KCI) Cross-Cultural Studies, 2018, 24(2): 181-239.

The New Cosmogram of Chickens and the Grasslands: Ecological Experiments for Desertification Management in the Grasslands of Northern China, (KCI) Space and Society, 2018, 28(1): 150~193.

Grassland and City: Ethical Consumption and Desertification Prevention”, Reading Modern China through the City, History and Criticism Press, 2017, pp. 386-421.

“The differentiation of lifestyles in Inner Mongolia, China: A case study of Mongolian village in a grassland area,” (KCI) Mongolian Studies, 2016, 44: 47~76.

“Crisis Construction in the Inner Mongolia Grassland and the Controversy of Desertification: The Emergence of Grassland Chicken Farming,” (KCI) Journal of the Korean Geographical Society, 2012, 47(6): 836~852.

“Native Residents’ Strategies Responding to Foreign Migrant Workers’ Influx: A Case Study of Won-gok-dong, Ansan,” (KCI) Cross-Cultural Studies, 2018, 14(2): 123-166.



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