SaeHim is a PhD candidate in Art, Art History, and Visual Studies. She is writing 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 Feminist Studies at Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies, East Asian Studies at Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, Information Science + Studies, and College Teaching at the Graduate School. She received her BA in Art History from the University of Hong Kong, and an MA in Art History from the University of Toronto.
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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