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David Kim

Graduate Student, Information Studies, UC Los Angeles

David Kim

David Kim is a first-year Ph.D student and Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI) Fellow in Information Studies department at UCLA.  His research interests include the issues of representation, subjectivity, evidence and value of the archive as a memory practice, technical and literary method, and institution.  He is also interested in digital humanities and emerging pedagogic frameworks, and technology-mediated visual culture.

He received his MA in English at NYU, focusing on race, gender and sexuality in 20th-century American literature, and his Masters in Information and Library Science from Pratt Institute as an IMLS fellow, during which he worked in public libraries as well as in digital resources and web applications at Brooklyn Public Library.  He has also worked as an archivist at the Public Art Fund and developed digital archives for other arts organizations in New York City.

Research Sample: http://www.artasiamerica.org

  lthomas, 01.14.10

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