BioCarl Pi-Cheng Huang is a PhD candidate in the Politics Department at the University of Virginia. He received a BA in diplomacy from National Chengchi University (Taipei, Taiwan) in 2011 and an MA in foreign affairs from UVA in 2016. His research explores the role of ritualized hostilities in international politics and especially in territorial disputes. He is also interested in applying psychometric models to measure latent concepts in world politics such as soft power and diplomatic appeals. In the past two years, he has been a teaching assistant for undergraduate courses on US foreign policy and international ethics.
2017 Korean Studies Dissertation Workshop
Political ScienceUniversity of Virginia
Ritualized Hostilities in South Korea-Japan Relations Over Dokdo/Takeshima