Hosuk Lee, Ph.d.
Institute for Environmental and Spatial Analysis
Dr. Lee enjoys traveling, the mountains and play sports such as baseball, tennis and soccer.Courses Taught GEOG 1101 - Intro to Human Geography GEOG 1111 - Intro to Physical Geog/Lab GEOG 1102 - World Regional Geography Education Ph.D., Geography, Florida State University, 2009 M.A., Geography, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2003 B.S., Geography, Kyunghee University, 1998 Research/Special Interests Political ecology Environmental justice Human-nature relations Criminal geography Toponymy
Political ecology Environmental justice Human-nature relations Criminal geography Toponymy
Lee, Hosuk. Final Goal of Political Ecology: A Case Study of the Toponymic Conflict of Donghae and Sea of Japan. This research paper was sponsored by Northeast Asian History Foundations. (2011)
Lee, Hosuk. The Case Study of Coastal Landscape in the U.S. and Europe. This research project was sponsored by Korea Maritime Institute (KMI). This research paper was inserted as one chapter (Chapter 3) of the Government Report, ‘Study on the Coastal Landscape Categorization and Management Framework Analysis’ (2011).
Lee, Hosuk and Toralf Zschau. (2014). "New Horizons: Applying Political Ecology to the Study of Environmental Justice.” International Journal of Science, Commerce and Humanities.
Zschau, Toralf, Hosuk, Lee, Codey Collins, and Daniel L. Hatch. (Revision to Publication) "The Hidden Challenge: Limited Recovery Capital and Overreliance on Rehabilitation-Based Network Support in Drug Court Participants." Journal of Applied Social Science.