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Stephen Kim is a PhD candidate in English with minor fields in American Studies and Feminist, Gender, & Sexuality Studies. At Cornell, he also works as a Graduate Resident Fellow for Hans Bethe House and the Intergroup Dialogue Project's Residential Community Specialist. His dissertation is titled "Racial Fictions in Early Modern English Literature" and examines the co-constitution of race with gender and sexuality in works by Marlowe, Spenser, Shakespeare, and Milton.
- Feminist, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program
- Early Modern Literature & Culture
- Feminist, Queer, & Critical Race Theory
- Asian American Studies
- Literature & Science Studies
- Intergroup Dialogue