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Haley Gordon

  • Research Associate, Korea Program

Shorenstein APARC
Stanford University
Encina Hall E301
Stanford, CA 94305-6055

650-498-9898 (voice)


Haley Gordon recently completed her Master of Arts at Stanford’s Center for East Asian Studies, where she wrote her Master’s thesis on human rights in North Korea. Her research interests include migration, nationalism, and multiculturalism in East Asia, as well as the transnational spread of social movements and culture in a globalized world. Haley received her bachelor’s degree in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University, with a minor in Humanistic Studies. In addition, she has studied the Korean language at Yonsei University and Ewha University in Seoul.

At APARC, Haley works at the Korea Program and the Stanford Next Asia Policy Lab, supporting the projects on Talent Flows and Development, Nationalism and Racism, and Re-Engaging North Korea.

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