Janice C.H. Kim
Janice C. H. Kim (鄭喜載) is a historian of modern Korea, specializing in gender, labour, war and migration in the twentieth century. She is author of several articles including: “Pusan at War: Refuge, Relief, and Resettlement in the Temporary Capital, 1950–1953,” published in the Journal of American-East Asian Relations (2017), “The Pacific War and Working Women in Late-Colonial Korea,” published in Signs (2007), and the book, To Live to Work: Factory Women in Colonial Korea, 1910-1945 (Stanford University Press, 2009).
She is Associate Professor of History at York University in Toronto, Canada.
Keywords: Gender; labour and political consciousness; social and economic history; moral economy; Korean War; South Korea; DPR Korea