SHIN Kyung-Sook

Field of Study

Years of Stay at HYI

Aug 2000 to Jul 2001

University Affiliation

Kyung-Sook Shin is currently an associate professor of English at Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. She served as vice-president of the Korean Association of Feminist Studies in English Literature and editor-in-chief of Feminist Studies in English Literature. Her most recent publications include “The Intertextuality of Roses: Yun Dong-Ju’s “A Rose is Sick”, Jung Ji-Yong’s “Cafe ‧ France”, and William Blake’s “The Sick Rose”” (Comparative Literature 58, 2012),  “From the Economic Imagination to the Economics of the Imagination: The Case of the South Sea Bubble” (The Journal of Contemporary European Studies 30, 2012), and “Sympathy, Seeing, and Affective Labor: Mary Shelley’s (Re-)Reading of Adam Smith in Frankenstein” (English Language and Literature 58 (2012). She is currently working on the reception of British Romanticism in colonial Korea.

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