- 124 Dwinelle Annex
- Thursday 12:45-2:45pm
B.A. English and Arts and Science Honours Academy, University of Calgary; M.A. English, University of Calgary. Kim is a recipient of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Graduate Scholarship. Her current work focuses on the performativity of the international community. Her research interests include performances in places of war, performance and human rights, applied theatre, socially engaged performance, cosmopolitanism, global Shakespeare, and the development of the global urban humanities.