2007 - 2008 Postdoctoral Associates

Aglaia De Angeli received her undergraduate degree in Chinese language and literature in 2000 from the University of Venice in Italy. With a very motivated interest in Chinese Republican history, she completed her Ph.D. on “Women and Crime in Shanghai, 1912-1949” at the University of Lyon in France in 2007. Her areas of specialty are Republican law history and she conducted research projects on “Virtual Shanghai” and “Chinese Torture.” In the spring 2008, she taught an undergraduate course on “Republican China: An Overview of A Transition Period, 1912-1949.”

Charles Kim (Ph.D., Columbia University) is a historian of twentieth-century Korean culture and society. In his dissertation, he explores the cultural origins of South Korea’s April Revolution (1960). His research and teaching interests include nationalist discourse, cross-cultural perceptions, social relations, and historical methodology. While at Yale, he expanded his dissertation and taught a course in the spring semester titled “Across Empires and Borders: A Cultural History of Modern Korea and Japan.”

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Postdoctoral Associate