Ann H. Kim
Ann H. Kim is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology. She received her PhD in Sociology from Brown University, where she was a trainee at the Population Studies and Training Center. Her research interests fall into
three main areas: migration studies; race and ethnicity; and urban sociology. Among other topics, she has studied the experiences of Korean immigrants with respect to ethnic entrepreneurship, later life migration, living arrangements,
and new destinations. Recent projects include Korean transnational families, the economic security of immigrant seniors, international students, and the exploration of alternative sources of migration data. She is a co-editor of
Korean Immigrants in Canada: Perspectives on Migration, Integration and the Family (University of Toronto Press 2012).
Keywords: Immigrant and ethnic integration processes; spatial manifestations of urban inequality; Korean Diaspora; South Korea