Eunjung Kim

Eunjung Kim
Associate Professor
Phone: 315.443.3400
Academic Program Area Focus: Cultural Foundations of Education

Eunjung Kim, PhD, is an associate professor in the department of Women’s and Gender Studies and the School of Education at Syracuse University.


  • MA, Women's Studies, Ewha Womans University
  • PhD, Disability Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago (Gender and Women's Studies Concentration)

Research & Scholarship

Eunjung Kim’s research and teaching interests include transnational feminist disability studies; theories of vulnerability and human/nonhuman boundaries; Korean cultural history of disability, gender, and sexuality and anti-violence feminist disability movements; Asian feminisms and women’s movements; critical humanitarian communications and human rights; asexuality and queer theories.


Courses Taught

  • WGS 201 Transnational Feminist Studies
  • WGS 301 Feminist Theory
  • WGS 410 Advanced Studies in Feminist Thought
  • WGS 443 Intersectional Feminist Disability Studies
  • DSP 700 Disability and Gender in Film
  • DSP 775 Gender, Sexuality, and Disability
  • DSP 700 Critical Vulnerability Studies
  • CFE 700 Rethinking Boundaries of the Human: Crip Ecologies, Disability, Otherness and the Nonhumans