Patricia Eunji Kim
Doctoral Candidate, History of Art
PPEH Fellow 2015-2016
2015 - 2016
Patricia Eunji Kim is Ph.D. Candidate in the History of Art department, where she specializes in Greek and Hellenistic art and archaeology. Her dissertation on Hellenistic period royal women considers the visual culture of queens through postcolonial and ecofeminist frameworks, while engaging various theories of gender and the body. Patricia's broader research interests include issues of cross-cultural interaction, gendered power dynamics, and landscape in the Hellenistic period. She is also interested in public education, curatorial work, and cultural heritage issues--all of which have helped shape PPEH collaborations and projects. Tweet her @kallixeinos.