Lab Fellow - Christine Kim
Visiting Assistant Professor, Interim Director of Studies
Asian Studies Program (ASP), Georgetown University
Dr. Christine Kim is an historian of Korea with a focus on the period of Japanese colonial rule dating from 1910 to 1945. Her research focuses on the relationship between culture and politics in the formation of national identity. Dr. Kim is presently completing a book manuscript examining the significance of Korea's monarchical identity in the twentieth century. Dr. Kim is the recipient of numerous fellowships, including ones from the Department of Education (Fulbright-Hays), the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Korea Foundation, the Academy of Korean Studies, and the East-West Center.
The King is Dead: Monarchy and National Identity in Modern Korea, 1897-1945. New York: Columbia University Press.
"Korean Royal Portraits in the Colonial Archives," Ars Orientalis, Vol. 43, (November 2013)