David William Kim

Dr David William Kim

Visiting Fellow
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I am currently an article editor for SAGE Open Publications as well as peer-reviewer for Routledge (Asian Studies), Journal of Religious History, and Korean Journal for Religious Studies. I previously did postdoctoral researches at the Institute for Humanities, Seoul National University, South Korea (2013-2014) and New College, University of Edinburgh (2012-2013), and lectured at Charles Stuart University in Sydney (2009-2012) after receiving a PhD (History of Religions), University of Sydney in 2009.

My research and teaching cover the socio-political subjects of East Asian history (Japan, Korea, and China), new religious movements, Asian Colonial Studies, Diaspora Studies, Gender, Gnosticism, History of Christianity, and Coptic Literature. My recent publication includes Religious Transformation in Modern Asia: A Transnational Movement (2015), Intercultural Transmission in the Medieval Mediterranean (2012), and Revivals Awaken Generations: A History of Church Revivals (2007).


Hosting an ANU Asian Religion Conference

Theme: Sacred Places and Sacred Stories: Global Perspectives

Date: 5-7th April, 2018

Place: Australian National University

For more information visit http://www.anu.edu.au/events/theme-sacred-sitessacred-stories-global-per….


Convening Sacred Stories

Every sacred site has a story, says Dr David Kim who convened the ANU Religion Conference in April this year.

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