PhD — Third year
M.A. in Comparative Literature, Seoul National University, 2017
B.A. in English, Oberlin College, 2012
Later 18th-c and Romantic literature; politics, religion, and intellectual history in Hanoverian Britain; poetry and society
"Intellectual History and Post-Literary Study" (review essay about What is Intellectual History? by Richard Whatmore), In/Outside: English Studies in Korea 49 (Nov. 2020), 380-88. [in Korean]
"Kleist's 'Das Erdbeben in Chili' and Benjamin's 'Das Erdbeben Von Lissabon,'" Hesse-Forschung 40 (Dec. 2018), 199-217. [in Korean]
English translation of Jung-hwan Cheon, "Laboring Intellectuals, Writing Workers: A New Critical Perspective on 1980s-1990s Korean Cultural History," Ex-Position 40 (Dec. 2018), 37-56.
"Liberty and Empire in James Boswell's 'No Abolition of Slavery,'" Second Year Symposium, Brandeis University, October 2020.
"How to Deal with the Speech Police: Yoko Tawada's Schwager in Bordeaux and Exophony," Colloquium in Comparative Literature, Sungkyunkwan University, November 2018. [in Korean]
Shrile Dorothy Robbins Creative Writing Prize, Brandeis University, 2021-23
Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award, Brandeis University, Spring 2021
National Research Fellowship for Humanities, Korea Student Aid Foundation, 2015
TA-ing courses on 70's Hollywood auteur cinema (Prof. Irr) and comparative literature (SNU)
ESL Tutor, CTL, Seoul National University
English Composition Instructor, Hankuk Foreign Studies University, Yongin, Korea