I'm an Assistant Professor of Research Methods at Yonsei's Underwood International College. My primary research interests focus on globalizaton and cultural diversity in Korean and Asian higher education.
Ph.D. in International Comparative Education, Stanford University 2009 (PhD Minor: Sociology, 2006)
M.A. in International Comparative Education, Stanford University 2003
B.A. in French, Wellesley College 2001
Courses and Current research areas
Research Design and Quantiative Methods (2011-2012)
Education and Global Competitiveness (Spring 2012)
Moon, Rennie and Jeong-Woo Koo. (2011). "Global Citizenship and Human Rights: A Longitudinal Analysis of Civics Education Textbooks in the Republic of Korea.” Comparative Education Review 55(4): 574-599.
Moon, Rennie. (2012). "Globalization and Citizenship Education: Diversity in South Korean Civics Textbooks." Comparative Education 49(4): 424-439.
Ramirez, Francisco O. and Rennie Moon.“From Citizenship to Human Rights to Human Rights Education.” In Towards a Sociology of Human Rights: New Theoretical and Empirical Contributions. Mikael Rask Madsen and Gert Verschraegen, eds.IISJ Book Series. Hart Publishers: Oxford.
Moon, Rennie. (2013). "Teaching World Citizenship: The Cross-national Diffusion of Human Rights Education in Formal Schooling." KEDI Journal of Educational Policy 10(1): 105-124.