Anat Schwartz, PhD

Assistant Professor
Department of Women’s Studies
CalState Dominguez Hills

Education

Ph.D., East Asian Studies (Feminist Emphasis) – June 2022

University of California Irvine, School of Humanities, Irvine
Advisor Dr. Chungmoo Choi
Book (working title): Nonsynchronic Neo-Nomadic Feminism: Activism, Surveillance, and Digital Technologies in South Korea

B.A., Asian Studies, minor in Anthropology (cum laude) – May 2013

Temple University, School of Liberal Arts, Philadelphia, PA


Publications

Schwartz, Anat. “Cloud Backlash: Digital Sex Crimes and Anti-Feminism in South Korea.” Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture, and Social Justice (under review).

Schwartz, Anat. “Surveilled Bodies: Surveillance and Safety in South Korean Feminist Activist Spaces.” Korean Studies Journal Special Section: Reclaiming the Body in Contemporary South Korean Feminisms, edited by Soyi Kim and Anat Schwartz (under review, 2025).

Schwartz, Anat. “Acceptable Activism: The History of the Anti-Sexual Violence Movement and the Contemporary #MeToo Protests in South Korea.” In The Other #MeToos, edited by Iqra Shagufta Cheema(forthcoming, Oxford University Press, 2024).

Sok, Sarah Y. and Anat Schwartz. ““We are Korean People and We Must Speak Korean Well:” Parental Involvement in Five Korean American Families with Successful Heritage Language Maintenance.” In Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development (November 2021). https://doi.org/10.1080/01434632.2021.2008947.

Kim, Gooyong and Anat Schwartz. “Eros Effects as Emergency Politics: Empathy, Agency, and Network in South Korea’s Sewol Ferry Disaster.” In Spontaneous Combustion: The Eros Effect and Global Revolution, edited by Jason Del Gandio and AK Thompson, 191-211. New York: SUNY Press, 2017.