Joy S. Kim
Joy Kim is Assistant Professor of East Asian Studies, who specializes in the cultural and social history of early modern Korea. She came to Princeton in 2006 after receiving B.A. in History from Johns Hopkins University and Ph.D. in East Asian History from Columbia University, and serving as a postdoctoral associate at Yale University's Council on East Asian Studies. Kim's research interests include historiography, comparative slavery and social distinctions, and visual and material culture. She is currently completing a book manuscript, tentatively titled Representing Slavery: Class and Status in Late Choson Korea.