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Kim Reimann

Associate Professor
Director, Asian Studies Center
kreimann@gsu.edu
404-413-6183
Langdale Hall 1034

Curriculum Vitae

Education: Ph.D. Harvard University 2001

Research Interests: NGOs and International Politics, Japanese Politics and Political Economy, Political Economy and International Relations of East Asia, Transnational Social Movements, The Nonprofit Sector, and Environmental Politics

Recent Publications: 

The Rise of Japanese NGO's: Activism from Above. (London and New York: Routledge, 2009).

Security Issues and New Transnational Peace-Related Movements in East Asia in the 1990's and 2000's. International Journal of Peace Studies 13/2 (2008): 59-85.

Going Global: The Use of International Politics and Norms in Local Environmental Protest Movements in Japan.*  In Paul Karan, ed., Reclaiming the Environment: Local Movement to Protect Threatened Landscapes and Environments in Japan and the United States.  (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 2008).

A View from the Top: International Politics, Norms and the Worldwide Growth of NGOs.* International Studies Quarterly 50/1 (2006), 45-67.

  • (Note: This is an electronic version of an article published in the International Studies Quarterly.  Complete citation information for the final version of    the paper, as published in the print edition of the International Studies Quarterly, is available on the Blackwell Synergy online delivery service, accessible via the journal’s website at www.blackwellpublishing.com/journals/isq  or http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/)

Up to No Good?  Recent Critics and Critiques of NGOs.*  In Henry F. Carey and Oliver P. Richmond, eds., Subcontracting Peace: The Challenges of NGO Peacebuilding.  (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2005).

  • (Note: This chapter, published by Ashgate Publishing Company and written by Kim D. Reimann, appears by permission of the author and publisher.  This material is protected by copyright, held by Oliver P. Richmond and Henry F. Carey.  All rights reserved.  Please contact the publisher for permission to copy, distribute or reprint.  http://www.ashgatepublishing.com/)

Building Global Civil Society from the Outside In?  Japanese International Development NGOs, the State, and International Norms." In Frank J. Schwartz and Susan J. Pharr, ed., The State of Civil Society inJapan.  (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003)

Building Networks from the Outside In: International Movements, Japanese NGOs and the Kyoto Climate Change Conference.* In Hank
Johnston and Jackie Smith, ed. Globalization and Resistance: Transnational Dimensions of Social Movements.  (Lanham, MD: Rowman and
Littlefield, 2002).

  • (Note: “Building Networks from the Outside In”, by Kim D. Reimann, published by Rowman and Littlefield, appears by permission of the author and publisher.  This material is protected by copyright.  All rights reserved.  Please contact the publisher for permission to copy, distribute or reprint. http://www.rowmanlittlefield.com/)

Course Syllabi:

POLS 2401 Global Issues
POLS 4255 Political Economy of East Asia
POLS 4256 Political Economy of Japan
POLS 4422 NGOs and World Politics
POLS 8422 NGOs and World Politics (Graduate)
POLS 8465 International Relations of East Asia