Kyueun Kim

Level II Ph.D. student in Theatre and Performance at The Graduate Center, CUNY

I am a feminist, researcher, educator, and part of the Interactive Technology and Pedagogy community. I have been teaching speech communication course at Baruch College as a Graduate Teaching Fellow since Fall 2016. I am interested in technology and the body, public sphere and social performances, and urban modernities in East Asian cities.

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Academic Interests

-Technology and the Body: Embodiment and Agency from Renaissance Humanism to Posthumanism

-Technology, Modernity, and Urbanism in East Asian Cities
-Performance and “the Public”: Participatory Aesthetics and Social Engagement
-Digital Humanities and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Ph.D.    Theatre and Performance, The Graduate Center, CUNY, expected 2021.

English Language and Literature, Korea University Graduate School, Seoul, South Korea.

  • Completed M.A. coursework in Modern English Literature with concentration of Modern Drama, 2013-15.

B.A.    English Language and Literature, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea, 2013.

  • Secondary School Teacher’s Certificate (English), South Korea.   

  • Visiting student, Department of English and Theatre, Royal Holloway University of London, Egham, UK, 2010-11.

  • Ph.D. studentTheatre and PerformanceCUNY Graduate Center
  • Graduate Teaching FellowCommunication StudiesBaruch College
  • 2019-2020 Writing Fellow (WAC Fellowship)Teaching and Learning CenterCUNY Graduate Center
  • Organization Committee, 2019 Doctoral Theatre Students’ Association ConferenceTheatre and PerformanceCUNY Graduate Center
  • 2019-2020 Student RepresentativeInteractive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program Advisory CommitteeCUNY Graduate Center
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