C.V.

Please contact Diana.Kim@georgetown.edu for a more detailed CV.

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service (Georgetown University 2016 – )

Research Associate, Center for History and Economics (Harvard University 2016 – )

Prize Fellow in Economics, History, and Politics (Harvard University 2013-2016)

 

Education 

Ph.D. in Political Science (University of Chicago 2013)

Dissertation Committee: Bernard Harcourt (co-chair), Dan Slater (co-chair), Andrew Abbott

M.A. in Political Science (University of Chicago 2007)

B.A. in Political Science (Korea University 2004)

Publications

2015     “Standoffish States: Nonliterate Leviathans in Southeast Asia” Trans-Regional and National Studies of Southeast Asia (with Dan Slater) 3(1)

2012     “The Story of the Tattooed Lady: Scandal and the Colonial State in British Burma” Law and Social Inquiry 37(4)

Forthcoming     “The Periphery’s Order.” in Empire and the Social Sciences, ed. Jeremy Adelman (Princeton University Press)

Forthcoming     “A ‘Surreptitious Introduction’: Opium Smuggling and Colonial State Formation in late 19th Century Bengal and Burma.” in The Legitimacy of Power: New Perspectives on the History of Political Economy, eds. Sophus Reinert and Robert Fredona (Harvard University Press)

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