Monuments, Memory, and Identity: Constructing the Colonial Past in South Korea. Bern: Peter Lang AG, 2011.

Editor – War and Militarism in Modern Japan: Issues of History and Identity. Folkestone, Kent: Global Oriental, 2009.

Articles in Refereed Journals:

“Israel-Malaysia Relations and the Place of Football,” The International Journal of the History of Sport 34, nos. 17-18 (2017): 1819-1834.

“Running in the Sun: The Pyongyang Marathon and its Evolution Into a Sport Tourism Event,” The International Journal of the History of Sport 33, no. 18 (2016): 2207-2225 (published online in 2017).

“The Past under the Shadow of the Present: The Case of the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History,” Asian Studies Review 41, no. 3 (2017): 424-440.

“‘Who Was Park Chung-hee?’ The Memorial Landscape and National Identity Politics in South Korea,” East Asia 33, no. 4 (2016): 271-288.

“Enter the ‘Far East’: Korean Culture in Early South Korea-Israel Relations,” International Journal of Cultural Policy 20, no. 5 (2014): 519-535.

“A South Korean Progressive Outlook on the Middle East Conflict: Contextualizing Hankyoreh’s Coverage of the Gaza War,” Korea Observer 44, no. 2 (2013): 223-247.

“Another Orient in Early Zionist Thought: East Asia in the Press of the Ben-Yehuda Family,” Israel Affairs 19, no. 3 (2013): 433-450.

“Nation, State, and Football: The Korean Case,” The International Journal of the History of Sport 25, no. 1 (2008): 1-17.

“Space and Identity: Myth and Imagery in the South Korean Patriotic Landscape,” Acta Koreana 10, no. 1 (2007): 1-35.

“Revisiting the March First Movement: On the Commemorative Landscape and the Nexus Between History and Memory,” The Review of Korean Studies 8, no. 3 (2005): 137-154.

Articles in Edited Volumes:

“South Korea: Women and Sport in a Persistent Patriarchy,” in The Routledge Handbook of Sport in Asia, edited by Fan Hong and Lu Zhouxiang (Forthcoming).

“Diplomacy in Play: The Role of Sport in Early Korea-Israel Relations,” in Sport in Korea: History, Development, Management, edited by Dae Hee Kwak, Yong Jae Ko, Inkyu Kang, and Mark Rosentraub, pp. 45-60. London and New York: Routledge, 2018.

“Death as a Nationalist Text: Reading the National Cemetery of South Korea,” in Death, Mourning, and the Afterlife in Korea: Critical Aspects of Death from Ancient to Contemporary Times, edited by Charlotte Horlyck and Michael J. Pettid, pp. 112-133. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press and Center for Korean Studies,  University of Hawaii, 2014.

“Seoul: City, Identity and the Construction of the Past,” in Remembering, Forgetting and City Builders, edited by Tovi Fenster and Haim Yacobi, pp. 121-140. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2010.

“The Effect of Japanese Colonial Brutality on Shaping Korean Identity: An Analysis of a Prison Turned Memorial Site in Seoul,” in War and Militarism in Modern Japan: Issues of History and Identity, edited by Guy Podoler, pp. 199-214. Folkestone, Kent: Global Oriental, 2009.

(Co-authored with Michael Robinson) “On the Confluence of History and Memory: The Significance of the War for Korea,” in The Impact of the Russo-Japanese War, edited by Rotem Kowner, pp. 183-198. London and New York: Routledge, 2007.

“Dark Dawn and Sparks of Nationalism: Korea and the Implications of the War,” in The Forgotten Campaign: The Russo-Japanese War and its Legacy, edited by Rotem Kowner, pp. 343-361. Tel Aviv: Ma’arachot, 2005. (In Hebrew).