Participant Info

First Name
Nusta
Last Name
Carranza Ko
Country
United States
University
Ohio Northern University
Keywords
Human Rights, Transitional Justice, Indigenous Peoples' Rights, Peru, South Korea, Uruguay
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Personal Info

About Me

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of History, Politics, and Justice at Ohio Northern University. My research interests include the role of international human rights norms in influencing domestic political changes in East Asia and Latin America, effects of Asian migration on identity change in Peru, and Korean cultural influence in South America. Most recently, my field research has been on indigenous peoples’ rights in Peru, focusing on the case of forced sterilization from 1996 to 2001. Previously, I conducted field research in Peru, Brazil, and South Korea. 

Recent Publications

Carranza Ko, Nusta. 2017. “Comparing Chinese and Japanese Migration Experiences to Peruvian National Identity” “中日秘鲁移民秘鲁国家认同的比较研究” 13 (1): 70-93.

Carranza Ko, Nusta, Song No, Jeong-Nam Kim, and Ronald Gobbi Simões. 2014. “Landing of the Wave: Hallyu in Peru and Brazil.” Development and Society 43 (2): 297-350.

Carranza Ko, Nusta, Jeong-Nam Kim, Song No, and Ronald Gobbi Simões. 2014. “The Korean Wave Hallyu in Looking at Escapism in Peruvian Society.” Perspectives on Global Development and Technology 13 (3): 332-346.

Carranza Ko, Nusta. 2013. “Cementing Class Differences: Globalization in Latin America. Perspectives on Global Development and Technology 12 (3): 411-426.

Carranza Ko, Nusta. 2013. “La inversión de la ciudad letrada en la Nueva corónica de Guaman Poma de Ayala.”Vanderbilt E-Journal of Luso-Hispanic Studies 9: 44-55.

Media Coverage

WLIO-Your News at 6. “ONU assistant professor talks North Korea threat.” April 25, 2017: 6:00 P.M.

The Joel Riley Morning Show 610 WTVN-AM – I-Heart Radio​. “North Korea-South Korea.” April 20, 2017: 8:35 A.M.

WBNS-FM (97.1 The Fan). “North Korean Issue.”​ May 7, 2017: 7-8:00 A.M.

Country Focus
Peru, South Korea, North Korea

Research Areas

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