SUHI CHOI portrait
  • Associate Professor, Communication
  • Assistant Professor, Communication
801-581-6527

Research Keywords

  • Social Memory
  • Documentary Studies
  • Critical and Cultural Studies

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • Israel
  • Republic of Korea

Publications

  • Suhi Choi (2019). Right to Mourn: Trauma, Empathy, and Korean War Memorials. Oxford University Press. Published, 10/15/2019.
  • Suhi Choi (2018). "Silencing survivors' narratives: Why are we again forgetting the No Gun Ri story?" In Readings in Rhetorical Fieldwork. S. Senda-Cook, A. Hess, M. Middleton, & D. Endres (Eds.), New York: Routledge, 150-165. Routledge. Published, 11/01/2018.
  • Choi, S. (2016) Can a Memorial Communicate Embodied Trauma? Reenacting Civilian Bodies in the No Gun Ri Peace Park. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 19 (3), pp.465-489. Published, 10/01/2016.
  • Choi, S. (2015) The Repertoire, not the Archive: The 1950 Life and Time’s Coverage of the Korean War . Media, War, & Conflict, 8 (2). pp. 264-280. Published, 05/06/2015.
  • Choi, S. (2014) Embattled Memories: Contested Meanings in Korean War Memorials. The University of Nevada Press. Reno: Nevada. Published, 06/06/2014.
  • Choi, S. (2014). Standing between Intransient History and Transient Memories: The Statue of MacArthur in South Korea. Memory Studies. 7 (2), pp. 191-206. Published, 04/18/2014.
  • Choi, S. (2012). Mythologizing Memories: A Critique of the Utah Korean War Memorial. The Public Historian, 34 (1), pp.61-82. Published, 03/2012.
  • Choi, S. (2011). A filmic reality: Images of North Korea in British documentary. A State of Mind. Asian Cinema, 22 (2), pp. 290-304. Published, 12/2011.
  • Choi, S. (2011). Communicating trauma: Female survivors’ witnessing the No Gun Ri killings. Qualitative Inquiry, 17 (1), pp. 23-34. Published, 01/2011.
  • Choi, S. (2009). The new history and the old present: Archival images in PBS Documentary Battle for Korea. Media Culture and Society, 30 (1), pp. 59-77. Published, 01/2009.
  • Choi, S. (2008). Silencing survivors' narraives: Why are we again forgetting the No Gun Ri story? Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 11 (3), pp. 367-388. (lead article of the issue). Published, 10/2008.