Ramsay Liem

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Ramsay Liem is professor emeritus of psychology, Boston College, and past co-coordinator of the Asian American Studies Program. He conducted the first systematic oral histories with Korean American survivors of the Korean War and directed the multi-media project, Still Present Pasts: Korean Americans and the “Forgotten War.” He also co-directed and produced the award-winning film, Memory of Forgotten War and contributed to the online archive, Legacies of the Korean War. He is a founding member of the Asian American Resource Workshop (Boston), adviser to the Korea Policy Institute, member of the National Campaign to End the Korean War, steering committee member of the Alliance of Scholars Concerned about Korea, and a co-founder of the Ignacio Martin-Baro Fund for Mental Health and Human Rights. He is also the president of the Channing and Popai Liem Education Foundation.[1]

Alliance of Scholars Concerned about Korea

Logo for the Alliance of Scholars Concerned about Korea

As of March 2013, Ramsay Liem was listed[2] as a member of the Alliance of Scholars Concerned about Korea, a "network of progressive Koreanists and allies among fellow social activists."[3]

Past members of the Steering Committee include: Nancy Abelmann, Charles Armstrong, Edward Chang, Michael Chwe, Donald Clark, Koen De Ceuster, John Duncan, Henry Em, John Feffer, Theodore Hughes, Kathy Moon, Robert Oppenheim, James Palais, Jim Seymour, Gi-Wook Shin, Seung Hye Suh, Ji-Yeon Yuh.

Working Group for Peace and Demilitarization in Asia and the Pacific

Working Group for Peace and Demilitarization in Asia and the Pacific released a "Statement Opposing U.S.-South Korea Joint Military Exercises Key Resolve Foal Eagle" circa 2008;

Christine Ahn, Gretchen Alther, Rev. Levi Bautista, Jackie Cabasso, Herbert Docena, John Feffer, Bruce Gagnon, Joseph Gerson, Subrata Goshoroy, Mark Harrison, Christine Hong, Kyle Kajihiro, Peter Kuznick, Hyun Lee, Ramsay Liem, Andrew Lichterman, John Lindsay-Poland, Ngo Vinh Long, Stephen McNeil, Nguyet Nguyen, Satoko Norimatsu, Koohan Paik, Mike Prokosch, Juyeon Rhee, Arnie Sakai, Tim Shorrock, Alice Slater, David Vine, Sofia Wolman, Kevin Martin.[4]

Advisors

Zoom in Korea, Advisors[5]

References