Deborah Solomon, Associate Professor of History & Department Chair, History & Political Science
Deborah Solomon, Ph. D., is an Associate Professor of East Asian History and the Department of History and Political Science chair. Her scholarly work focuses on the Korean peninsula under Japanese colonial rule. She is the author of articles analyzing the intersections of colonialism, gender, identity and power. Her current book manuscript, “Schooling Discontent: Education, Identity and Student Protest in Colonial Korea, 1910-1945,” examines student resistance to Japanese rule on the Korean peninsula. Her new research explores the spread and impact of print technologies within the Japanese empire. Solomon’s writing has appeared in numerous publications, including The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, The Journal of Asian Studies and The Journal of Korean Studies.
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