SaeHim Park

SaeHim is a PhD candidate in Art, Art History, and Visual Studies. She is completing her dissertation, "Imaging 'Comfort Women': Girl Statue of Peace in the Expanded Field." Considering art as discursive formation, her subjects of inquiry range from documentary/fantasy films and physical sites to photographs and sculptural objects in popular culture. At Duke, she holds graduate certificates in Information Science + Studies, Feminist Studies at Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies, East Asian Studies at Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, and College Teaching at the Graduate School.

Current Research Interests

aesthetics and intermediality; feminist art and media; rape and racism; Japan and U.S. imperialisms in Asia-Pacific; critical pedagogy

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