Eduardo Luciano Tadeo Hernández
Eduardo Luciano Tadeo Hernández is currently a PhD Student on Communication at the Universidad Iberoamericana, in Mexico City. His research explores the public diplomacy of the Mexican and Korean diaspora in the US, as the means to construct their own image in the digital sphere. In 2017, a paper based on this project won the second place at the Conference on Korea’s Soft Power and Public Diplomacy organized by the Hangang Network and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea.
He studied a bachelor on International Relations at UPAEP, Mexico and went on exchange programs to Korea University, Korea and UCLA, United States. Later, he specialized on Korean Studies at El Colegio de México, Mexico. Eduardo Luciano is the co-founder of the Mexican Circle of Korean Studies (CMEC), a national organization that promotes Korean studies and culture in Mexican Museums, Universities, Political Institutions and in the digital sphere. He is a collaborator at Revista Ñ, the first magazine in Seoul for spanish speaking people, which publishes articles on Spain, Latin America and the Koreas.
His research interests include public diplomacy, cultural diplomacy, democratization and foreign policy and gender issues in Korea and Mexico. His last research to be published is a study on the importance of Korean language for constructing soft power in Mexico City. He can be reached at Eduardo.L.Tadeo@gmail.com