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Susie Jie Young Kim, Visiting Professor of Korean Cultural Studies, Asian & African Languages & Literature

Contact Info:
Office Location:  306 Alexander Avenue
Office Phone:  919 660 4363
Email Address: send me a message

Office Hours:

Wed 2:30 – 3:30
Education:

Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles2002
C.Phil. University of California, Los Angeles1999
M.A., Seoul National University1996
B.A., University of California, Berkeley1993
Specialties:

Korean
Research Interests:

Research interests: print culture; Korean/East Asian cinema; ¡°new woman;¡± transnationalism; colonial modernity; trauma and memory.

Keywords:

Asia • Korea • Cinema • Print Culture • Transnationalism • Trauma • Memory

Recent Publications

  1. S. Kim, Sinsosol and the Emergence of 'New Literature': The Discourse of the New in the Great Han Empire, in Reform Projects and Modernization during the Great Han Empire Period., edited by Edited by John Duncan and Kim Dohyung (2005)
  2. S. Kim, Entering the Pale of Literary Translation, in Poem Behind the Poem: Translating Asian Poetry, edited by Edited by Frank Stewart (2004), (Port Townsend, Washington: Copper Canyon Press
  3. Brian Myers: Han Sorya and North Korean Literature: the Failure of, Chosen gakuho 174 (Journal of the Academic Association of Koreanology in Japan (2000)
  4. S. Kim, Manoa: The Wounded Season (1999), University of Hawai'i Press (a special volume on Korean literature..)