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Professor Susan Kim

Professor
English
Office
Stevenson Hall - STV 420E
Office Hours
W 2-3 and by appointment
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Current Courses

241.001Growth And Structure Of The English Language

311.001Introduction To Old English Language And Literature

411.001Introduction to Old English Language and Literature

213.001Medieval Studies

Teaching Interests & Areas

Old English Language and Literature, Medieval Literature, History of the English Language

Research Interests & Areas

Old English Language and Literature, Medieval Literature, History of the English Language

Ph D Old English

University of Chicago

MA English

University of Chicago

BA English

Yale University

Department of English Award for Excellence in Teaching

Department of English
2015

Biennial International Society of Anglo-Saxonists Best Book Award

International Society of Anglo-Saxonists
2015

Book, Authored

Katherine Ellison and Susan Kim, eds. A Material History of Medieval and Modern Ciphers:  Cryptography and the History of Literacy. London and New York:  Routledge, 2017.

Asa Simon Mittman and Susan M. Kim. “Inconceivable Beasts”: The Wonders of the East in the Beowulf Manuscript. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies/ Brepols. 2013

Book, Chapter

Asa Simon Mittman and Susan M. Kim. “Monstrous Iconography.” In The Routledge Companion to Medieval Iconography. Ed. Colum Hourihane. New York and London: Routledge, 2016.

Journal Article

Asa Simon Mittman and Susan M. Kim. “Locating the Devil ‘Her’:  ms Junius 11, page 3.”  Gesta 15 (2015).

Smith, K., & Kim, S. Fighting in Public: Approaches to Team Teaching HEL and Bridging English Studies. Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching 16.1 (2008)

Other

Smith, K., & Kim, S. Extending the HEL Classroom: Working across Disciplines, Cultures, Curricula and Technologies. K. Aaron Smith and Susan M. Kim (EDs). Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching 16.1 (2008)

Textbook, New

K. Aaron Smith and Susan M. Kim.  This Language, A River.  Peterborough: Broadview, 2017.

Presentations

“Her: Space, Text, and the Devil in Junius 11”. Medieval Association of the Pacific. Medieval Association of the Pacific. (2012)
“‘In his heart he believed in God, but he could not speak like a man’: Martyrdom, Speech, and the Dog-headed Saint Christopher”. Illinois Medieval Association. Illinois Medieval Association. (2012)
"'Mycel yfel deð se unwritere gyf he nele his who gerihtan': Ælfric’s Grammar, Historical Linguistics, and Manuscript Studies". 47th International Congress on Medieval Studies. International Congress on Medieval Studies. (2012)
“‘Into English from that letter-craft called Grammatica’: Ælfric, Grammatica, Correction, and Diachronic Language Study”. Fall Lecture, Speaker Series. The “Institute” for Medieval Languages and Literatures. (2011)
"'To engliscum gereorde of ðam stæfcræfte, þe is gehaten grammatica': Ælfric, Grammatica, and Diachronic Language Study". International Congress of Medieval Studies. International Congress of Medieval Studies. (2011)
"Fighting in Public: Approaches to team teaching HEL in the Large Lecture". International Congress of Medieval Studies. International Congress of Medieval Studies. (2006)