Kil, Sang Hea

Kil, Sang Hea

Chair, Anti-Racism, Social Justice Transormation Committee  
Faculty member in Justice Studies





Preferred: (415) 390-6523 [ Please call/leave messages during normal business hours only]

Alternate: (408) 924-2943

Office Hours

Use a gmail or email to make an appointment with the calendar link below. My office hours are 2pm-4pm on Wednesdays by phone only [415- 390-6523]. Office hours for students in my class and for students seeking advising need to use the appropriate link to sign up [see links below]. If the options available to you do not generally fall within this time range, please check the Time Zone in your calendar settings before making your appointment. I will not be able to honor your appointment if your calendar is not set to Pacific Time Zone.

I will not take any requests for add codes at the start of the semester if my classes are full. Please add yourself to my waitlist and seek another class in case you are not added via the waitlist.  If I have space in the class, I will only take requests for add codes during my office hours the first week of school.   See below on how to sign up for my office hours. 


School of Justice Studies, Arizona State University, 2006



Winner of 2021 Outstanding Academic Title: Media and Communication, Choice (the publishing unit of the Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association) for “Covering the Border War” (Lexington Press): 2022.

Top Paper Award for "Border Symptoms and Border Operations: Militarization, Criminalization and Diseased Body Politic Discourse of Late Capitalism," in Ethnic and Racial International Communication Section (Co-sponsored with Global Communication and Social Change), International Communication Association, Washington DC: 2019 

CHHS Lifetime Faculty Service Award, SJSU: 2018-2019.

Future of Minority Studies Mellon Fellow: 2005-2006.

Davis-Putter Scholar-Activist Fellow: 2003-2004.

ASU Faculty Women’s Association’s Distinguished Achievement Award: 2002-2003.

Ethnic Minority Fellow for the American Society of Criminology: 2001-2002.