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Dr. Juheon Lee

Assistant Professor
O'Donohoe Hall


Juheon Lee is an assistant professor of political science at Midwestern State University where he teaches American Government, Asian Politics, Environmental Politics, and Research Methods. His research focuses on environmental politics, disaster resilience, and social capital in the East Asian region and beyond, and his research work has appeared in interdisciplinary journals such as Environmental Sociology, Environmental Hazards, and Disasters. He is serving on the editorial boards of peer-reviewed journals including Natural Hazards Review, Environmental Protection Research, Int'l Journal of Criminology and Sociology, and Frontiers in Sustainable Cities. Visit his personal website for more information about him and his research projects.

Institution Degree Graduation Date
Northeastern University Doctorate in Political Science 2019
University at Albany, State University of New York Master's in Political Science 2014
Seoul National University Master's in International Studies 2012
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Bachelor's in Chinese Literature 2007
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Midwestern State University Assistant Professor 09/01/2020
Lafayette College Visiting Assistant Professor 07/01/2019 06/30/2020

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications

Student-Led Research Publication (* indicates student)

  • Lee, Juheon, Aleksey Asiryan & *Michael Butler, "Integration for the Central Asian Republics: the ASEAN example." E-International Relations (September 17, 2020). 
  • *Cannedy, Zetta and Juheon Lee, "Abortion Attitudes in American Society: Role of Sexism, Working Mother, and State Policies" Journal of Integrated Social Sciences. (Forthcoming)
  • *Watson, Antonella, Margarida Rodrigues, and Juheon Lee, "Citizens' Trust in Government and Satisfaction with Democracy in Venezuela" Latin American Policy. (Under review)

** My publications are accessible via ResearchGate,, Google Scholar, or my personal website (