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Laam Hae

Department of Political Science

Associate Professor
 
Office: S671, Ross
Phone: (416) 736-2100 Ext: 30081
Emaillhae@yorku.ca
 
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   Area of Specialization

Political Science



Degrees

Ph.D., Syracuse University
M.A., Seoul National University
B.A., Seoul National University

Professional Leadership

Scholarly and Professional Activities

2005 - Ongoing Manuscript reviewer of peer reviewed journals Urban Geography, City, Maxwell Review, Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power ]

Jan 2008 Invited talk: “Zoning out Dance Clubs in New York City: Gentrification and Changing Landscapes of Urban Night Culture,” Colloquium Series, Geography Department, York University, Toronto, ON

Apr 2007 Co-organizer: The First Amendment: Critical Geographies (panel), Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG), San Francisco, CA

Mar 2006 Co-organizer: Rethinking Legal Geography, Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG), Chicago, IL

Apr 2005 Co-organizer: Neoliberal Urban Development and Cultural Politics I, II, III, IV (panels), Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG), Denver, CO

All Publications

Books

[In contract] Hae, L., In Progress, The Gentrification of Nightlife and the Right to the City: Regulating Spaces of Social Dancing in New York City. Routledge.

Book Chapters

Hae, L., 2007, “Dancing in New York City: The Cabaret Law, Alternative Cultures and Neoliberal Urbanism,” in Morgan, B. (ed.) , The Intersection of Rights and Regulation: New Directions in Sociolegal Scholarship, New York: Ashgate

Journal Articles

Hae, L., 2011, “Rights to Spaces for Social Dancing in New York City: A Question of Urban Rights,” Urban Geography. 32(1)

Hae, L., 2010, “Privatization of Public Space, and Why We Should Rethink Introducing Montreal’s Underground City to Seoul” Sustainable City, September/October, Urban Action Network, Seoul, Korea (Written in Korean)

Hae, L., 2008, “Who is Imagining Pan-East Asian Culture?” Relay: A Socialist Project Review 94: 40-43.

Hae, L., 2006, “Arts in the Hands of Real Estate Development in New York City,” Sustainable City, March/April, Urban Action Network, Seoul, Korea (Written in Korean)

Hahn, Y.J. and Hae, L., 2001, “The 2002 World Cup and City Marketing,” Journal of the Korean Regional Science Association, 17(1)

Hae, L. (as Heyman) , 1999, “Critical Retrospection on Festival Marketing in Korea,” Sustainable City No.3, Urban Action Network, Seoul, Korea (Written in Korean)

[Submitted] Hae, L., “Gentrification and Politicization of Nightlife in New York City,” Acme: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies

Conference Papers

Presenter, “Policy Transfer, City Marketing and the Neoliberal Turn of Critical Urban Studies in South Korea,” Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, Washington DC, April, 2010

Presenter: “Free Speech on Campuses,” Annual Meeting, The Congress of the Humanities and Social Science, Ottawa, ON, May 2009

Presenter: “Urban Rights in Neoliberal and Postindustrial Cities,” Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Montreal, QC, June 2008

Panelist: “The First Amendment and Urban Rights,” Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, CA, Mar 2007

Presenter: “Zoning Out Dance Clubs in New York City: Spatial Regulations on Cultures under Neoliberal Urbanism,” Annual Meeting, Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, Syracuse, NY, Apr 2007

Presenter: “Neoliberalism, Urban Conduct and Dancing in New York City,” Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, Chicago, IL, Mar 2006

Presenter: “Privatization of Urban Space and the Changing Landscape of Alternative Urban Cultures,” New York Metro American Studies Association’s Annual Conference, New York, NY, Oct 2005

Presenter: “Culture Jamming – An Allegorical Map of Meaning in Late Capitalism,” Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA, Mar 2004

Presenter, “Landscape of Hedonism? Racial Politics of Dance Clubs in New York City,” Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, New Orleans, LA, Mar 2003

Presenter, “Underground Seoul – Politics of Techno Clubs in Seoul, South Korea,” Third International Conference of Critical Geography, Békéscsaba, Hungary, Jun 2002

Policy Papers

Hae, L. et al., 2001, The Place Marketing Plan for Bukchon Traditional Housing Area in Seoul, Policy Report for Seoul Municipal Government, Seoul Development Institute (Written in Korean)

Lee, M. Y., Ryu, J.H, and Hae, L., 2001, Place Marketing and Cultural Revitalization of Techno Music Clubs in Seoul, Policy Report for Seoul Municipal Government, Seoul Development Institute (Written in Korean)

Forthcoming

Hae, L., Forthcoming, “Dilemmas of the Nightlife Fix: Post-Industrialization and the Gentrification of Nightlife in New York City,” Urban Studies.

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2014 AP/POLS3900 3.0  Local to Global: City and Nation in the Age of Globalization LECT Course Website 
Fall/Winter 2014-2015 AP/POLS4185 6.0  Culture and Communication SEMR Course Website 
Fall 2014 AP/POLS4404 3.0  Politics and Cultures of Neoliberal Urbanism LECT Course Website 


Area of Specialization

Political Science


Degrees

Ph.D., Syracuse University
M.A., Seoul National University
B.A., Seoul National University

Professional Leadership

Scholarly and Professional Activities

2005 - Ongoing Manuscript reviewer of peer reviewed journals [Urban Geography, City, Maxwell Review, Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power ]

Jan 2008 Invited talk: “Zoning out Dance Clubs in New York City: Gentrification and Changing Landscapes of Urban Night Culture,” Colloquium Series, Geography Department, York University, Toronto, ON

Apr 2007 Co-organizer: The First Amendment: Critical Geographies (panel), Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG), San Francisco, CA

Mar 2006 Co-organizer: Rethinking Legal Geography, Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG), Chicago, IL

Apr 2005 Co-organizer: Neoliberal Urban Development and Cultural Politics I, II, III, IV (panels), Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG), Denver, CO

All Publications

Books

[In contract] Hae, L., In Progress, The Gentrification of Nightlife and the Right to the City: Regulating Spaces of Social Dancing in New York City. Routledge.

Book Chapters

Hae, L., 2007, “Dancing in New York City: The Cabaret Law, Alternative Cultures and Neoliberal Urbanism,” in Morgan, B. (ed.) , The Intersection of Rights and Regulation: New Directions in Sociolegal Scholarship, New York: Ashgate

Journal Articles

Hae, L., 2011, “Rights to Spaces for Social Dancing in New York City: A Question of Urban Rights,” Urban Geography. 32(1)

Hae, L., 2010, “Privatization of Public Space, and Why We Should Rethink Introducing Montreal’s Underground City to Seoul” Sustainable City, September/October, Urban Action Network, Seoul, Korea (Written in Korean)

Hae, L., 2008, “Who is Imagining Pan-East Asian Culture?” Relay: A Socialist Project Review 94: 40-43.

Hae, L., 2006, “Arts in the Hands of Real Estate Development in New York City,” Sustainable City, March/April, Urban Action Network, Seoul, Korea (Written in Korean)

Hahn, Y.J. and Hae, L., 2001, “The 2002 World Cup and City Marketing,” Journal of the Korean Regional Science Association, 17(1)

Hae, L. (as Heyman) , 1999, “Critical Retrospection on Festival Marketing in Korea,” Sustainable City No.3, Urban Action Network, Seoul, Korea (Written in Korean)

[Submitted] Hae, L., “Gentrification and Politicization of Nightlife in New York City,” Acme: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies

Conference Papers

Presenter, “Policy Transfer, City Marketing and the Neoliberal Turn of Critical Urban Studies in South Korea,” Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, Washington DC, April, 2010

Presenter: “Free Speech on Campuses,” Annual Meeting, The Congress of the Humanities and Social Science, Ottawa, ON, May 2009

Presenter: “Urban Rights in Neoliberal and Postindustrial Cities,” Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Montreal, QC, June 2008

Panelist: “The First Amendment and Urban Rights,” Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, CA, Mar 2007

Presenter: “Zoning Out Dance Clubs in New York City: Spatial Regulations on Cultures under Neoliberal Urbanism,” Annual Meeting, Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, Syracuse, NY, Apr 2007

Presenter: “Neoliberalism, Urban Conduct and Dancing in New York City,” Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, Chicago, IL, Mar 2006

Presenter: “Privatization of Urban Space and the Changing Landscape of Alternative Urban Cultures,” New York Metro American Studies Association’s Annual Conference, New York, NY, Oct 2005

Presenter: “Culture Jamming – An Allegorical Map of Meaning in Late Capitalism,” Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA, Mar 2004

Presenter, “Landscape of Hedonism? Racial Politics of Dance Clubs in New York City,” Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, New Orleans, LA, Mar 2003

Presenter, “Underground Seoul – Politics of Techno Clubs in Seoul, South Korea,” Third International Conference of Critical Geography, Békéscsaba, Hungary, Jun 2002

Policy Papers

Hae, L. et al., 2001, The Place Marketing Plan for Bukchon Traditional Housing Area in Seoul, Policy Report for Seoul Municipal Government, Seoul Development Institute (Written in Korean)

Lee, M. Y., Ryu, J.H, and Hae, L., 2001, Place Marketing and Cultural Revitalization of Techno Music Clubs in Seoul, Policy Report for Seoul Municipal Government, Seoul Development Institute (Written in Korean)

Forthcoming

Hae, L., Forthcoming, “Dilemmas of the Nightlife Fix: Post-Industrialization and the Gentrification of Nightlife in New York City,” Urban Studies.


Teaching:

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2014 AP/POLS3900 3.0  Local to Global: City and Nation in the Age of Globalization LECT Course Website 
Fall/Winter 2014-2015 AP/POLS4185 6.0  Culture and Communication SEMR Course Website 
Fall 2014 AP/POLS4404 3.0  Politics and Cultures of Neoliberal Urbanism LECT Course Website