- Name: Adam Cathcart
- Nationality: United Kingdom
- Affiliation: University of Leeds
- Ph.D. Ohio University, History, 2005
- M.A. Ohio University, History, 2003
- B.M. Case Western Reserve University, Music, 1999
- University of Leeds, Lecturer in Chinese History, 2013–present
- Queen’s University, Belfast, Lecturer in Asian History, 2012–2013
- Pacific Lutheran University (Washington, USA), Assistant Professor of History, 2011-2012 / [Tenure awarded, December 2010] Assistant Professor of History, 2007–2010
- Hiram College (Ohio, USA), Assistant Professor of History, 2005–2007 / Instructor of History, 2004-2005
- Change and Continuity in North Korean Ideology and Leadership under Kim Jong-un edited volume with Routledge, co-edited with Robert Winstanley-Chesters and Christopher Green; due for publication in October 2016.
<Forthcoming (Work that is contracted or accepted, essays completed and with the editors, but not yet in print)>
- (2017). “Resurrecting Defeat: International Propaganda and the Shenyang Trials of 1956,” in Rethinking Justice? Decolonization, Cold War, and Asian War Crimes Trials after 1945, Kerstin von Lingen, ed. (Palgrave MacMillian).
- (2017). “Xi’s Belt: Approaches to Chinese-North Korean Relations” in Chinese Foreign Policy under Xi, Hoo Tiang Boon, ed. (Routledge).
- (2017). “Evaded States: Fear, Security, and Control in the Sino-North Korean Border Region”, Routledge Handbook of Asian Borderlands, (with Chris Green) Alexander Horstmann, Martin Saxer, Alessandro Rippa, eds.
- (2016). “Death and Transformation: The Late Kim Jong-Il Aesthetic in North Korean Cultural Production” Popular Music and Society, (with Pekka Kohornen) Vol. XX No. X, pp 1-16.
- (2015) “North Korean Regime Stability: The Chinese-North Korean Border Region as Test Case, ” with Christopher Green, in East Asian Intelligence and Organised Crime, Stephan Blancke, ed. (Berlin: Köster Verlag), pp. 291-302.
- (2015). “’Kim Jong-un Syndrome’: North Korean Commemorative Culture and the Succession Process,” SOAS-AKS Working Papers in Korean Studies, no. 44 (London: School of Oriental and African Studies, March), 25 pp.
- (2015). “In the shadow of Jang Song-Taek: Pyongyang’s Evolving SEZ Strategy with the Hwanggumpyong and Wihwa Islands” On Korea, Vol. 8, pp. 126-137 .
- (2014). “How Authoritarian Regimes Maintain Domain Consensus: North Korean Information Strategies in the Kim Jong-un Era,” Review of Korean Studies, co-authored with Christopher Green and Steven Denney, Vol. 17, No. 2 (December) 145–178.
- (2014). “Nation, Ethnicity, and the Post-Manchukuo Order in the Sino-Korean Border Region,” with Charles Kraus, in Key Papers on Korea: Papers Celebrating 25 Years of the Centre of Korean Studies, SOAS, University of London, Andrew D. Jackson, ed. (Brill), 79–99.
- (2014). “In the Shadow of Jang Song-taek: Pyongyang’s Evolving SEZ Strategy with the Hwanggumpyeong and Wihwa Islands,” Korea Economic Institute of America Academic Paper Series, Vol. 8 (June), 8 pp.
- (2013). “North Korea’s Cultural Diplomacy in the Early Kim Jong-un Era,” with Steven Denney, North Korean Review, Vol., 9, No. 2 (Autumn) 29–42.
- (2013). “The Discursive Battleground for North Korean Refugees: ‘Double Defector’ Propaganda and Emerging Sino-North Korean Frictions,” with Brian Gleason, Peaceful Unification of the Korean Peninsula and Human Rights in North Korea, ed. Korea-UK Forum on the Peaceful Unification of Korea (London: ROK Ministry of Unification), 109–137.