PhD Candidate Minjung Noh Defends Dissertation on Korean Missionaries in Haiti
PhD religion candidate Minjung Noh will defend her dissertation “Transnational Salvation and the Gendering of Habitus: Korean Women Protestant Missionaries in Haiti.” Noh’s dissertation focuses on transnational Korean evangelical Christianity, particularly among Korean and Korean American Protestant missionaries in Haiti. Noh centers the Korean American women of these missionaries to explore how they derive gendered and religious capital from their care labor.
Noh is a 2020-21 advanced graduate fellow at the Center for the Humanities at Temple. She currently teaches courses in the Department of Religion and the Intellectual Heritage Program at Temple University.
Noh’s dissertation defense will take place on April 14 at 1 p.m. Zoom information for the event is posted below.
Minjung Noh’s Dissertation Defense: Zoom Information
- Zoom Link
- Zoom Meeting ID: 990 5551 0579