Bonnie Kim

Dr. Bonnie Kim earned her PhD in East Asian History from Columbia University.  She earned her Masters in Asian Studies from Oxford University, UK, and her B.A. in French Literature (cum laude) from Smith College.

Dr. Kim has over 15 years of teaching experience, and has taught at institutions such as Columbia University, Wellesley College, and George Washington University as well as UMUC. She has taught numerous courses in the fields of East Asian studies and history, and has a particular interest in the diplomatic, cultural, and social histories of Korea and Japan.

Dr. Kim has also been the recipient of numerous academic prizes and fellowships. She was a postdoctoral fellow at the Heyman Center, Columbia University from 2006-07. In 2002, she was a awarded of a Fulbright Fellowship to conduct dissertation research in Seoul, Korea.

She has presented papers at various academic conferences in Europe, Asia, and the United States, and is currently working on a book manuscript on East Asia’s nineteenth-century diplomatic engagement with the West. She contributed an article to “Epistolary Korea: Letters in the Communicative Space of the Choson, 1392-1910,” (New York: Columbia University Press), 2009. Most recently, Dr. Kim authored a chapter for Claims to Territory between Japan and Korea in International Law (Bloomington: Xlibris).

 

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History of Applied Science & Technology by Danielle Skjelver, David Arnold, Hans Peter Broedel, Sharon Bailey Glasco, Bonnie Kim, Sheryl Dahm Broedel is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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