Skip to Main Content
Sign In
Visit Apply Give

Bio

Image Picker for Section 0

 For Google

  • David Kim,

    027 Memorial Hall

    Biography

    David Kim is an Assistant Professor in digital humanities. His research and teaching interests include race and gender in the US, new media studies, and the community-based archives of minoritarian cultures. Prior to Delaware, he was an Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at Occidental College where he co-developed and taught courses for the Center for Digital Liberal Arts, Critical Theory/Social Justice and History. Alongside of his academic work, he has developed numerous digital archives projects with cultural institutions in New York and Los Angeles.

 

 

027 Memorial Hall<div class="ExternalClass65D9676EC4B3424AAB25DD4A21E55A29">David Kim is an Assistant Professor in digital humanities. His research and teaching interests include race and gender in the US, new media studies, and the community-based archives of minoritarian cultures. Prior to Delaware, he was an Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at Occidental College where he co-developed and taught courses for the Center for Digital Liberal Arts, Critical Theory/Social Justice and History. Alongside of his academic work, he has developed numerous digital archives projects with cultural institutions in New York and Los Angeles.</div>djkim@udel.eduKim, David<img alt="" src="/Images%20Bios/_DefaultBioImage.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Assistant ProfessorDigital Humanities;Public Humanities;Race and Ethnicity Studies;Film and New MediaB.A. English and Psychology, Rutgers University; M.A. English, New York University; M.S. Library and Information Science, Pratt Institute; Ph.D. Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whiting Foundation fellowship<p><strong>David Kim</strong>, assistant professor of English, has been awarded a $50,000 Whiting Foundation fellowship to create a yearlong project in the public humanities. “Alice Dunbar-Nelson: A Vision for Wilmington” will aim to restore the legacy of an African American woman of letters who lived in Wilmington and will include adult reading groups, K-12 curriculum workshops and the creation of a website and public art. The collaborative, community engagement project will be a partnership among UD, which houses Dunbar-Nelson’s papers, and area nonprofits including the Christina Cultural Arts Center, Creative Vision Factory and Delaware Historical Society. The fellowship is one of seven awarded for 2019 by the <a href="https://www.whiting.org/scholars/public-engagement-programs/about">Whiting Public Engagement Program</a>, which supports public engagement by humanities faculty.</p>Kim, Daviddjkim

Page Settings and MetaData:
(Not Shown on the Page)
Page Settings
Bio2
No
MetaData for Search Engine Optimization
University of Delaware
bioPages
  • Department of English
  • 203 Memorial Hall
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • University of Delaware
  • Phone: 302-831-2361
  • english@udel.edu