Daniel Y. Kim is author of Writing Manhood in Black and Yellow: Ralph Ellison, Frank Chin and the Literary Politics of Identity (Stanford University Press, 2005). He is the co-editor (with Crystal Parikh) of The Cambridge Companion to Asian American Literature. He is currently working on a book provisionally titled The Intimacies of Conflict: A Cultural History of the Korean War. He has published articles in American Literary History, Criticism, Cross-Currents, The Journal of Asian American Studies, positions, and Novel.
|Kim, Daniel Y. Nationalist Technologies of Cultural Memory and the Korean War: Militarism and Neo-Liberalism in The Price of Freedom and the War Memorial of Korea. Cross-Currents. 2015; 4 (1) : 40-70.|
|Kim, Daniel Y. The Borderlands of the Korean War and the Fiction of Rolando Hinojosa. positions. 2015; 23 (4) : 665-694.|
The Cambridge Companion to Asian American Literature.
“The Case of the Mysterious Koreans”: The Meaning of Life, American Orientalism and the Korean War in the Age of the World Target.
Trans-Humanities. 2015; 8 (3) : 7-32.
|Kim, D. Driven Out: The Forgotten War against Chinese Americans; Disturbing the Peace: Black Culture and the Police Power after Slavery. American Literature. 2011; 83 (1) : 203-205.|
|Kim, Daniel Y. Rethinking East and West: Asian American Literature and Cold War Culture. Contemporary Literature. 2011; 52 (2) : 379-383.|
|Kim, D. Y. "Bled In, Letter by Letter": Translation, Postmemory, and the Subject of Korean War: History in Susan Choi's The Foreign Student. Am Lit Hist. 2009; 21 (3) : 550-583.|
|Kim, Daniel Y. Cultural Studies. Journal of Asian American Studies. 2006; 9 (2) : 203-204.|
|Kim, Daniel Y. Once More, With Feeling: Cold War Masculinity and the Sentiment of Patriotism in John Okada's No-No Boy. Criticism. 2005; 47 (1) : 65-83.|
Writing Manhood in Black and Yellow: Ralph Ellison, Frank Chin and the Literary Politics of Identity.
"'Bled in Letter by Letter': Translation, Postmemory and the Subject of Korean War History in Susan Choi's The Foreign Student," American Literary History 21.3 (Fall 2009)
Writing Manhood in Black and Yellow: Ralph Ellison, Frank Chin, and the Literary Politics of Identity (Stanford, CA: Stanford UP, 2005)
"Once More With Feeling: Cold War Masculinity and the Sentiment of Patriotism in John Okada's No-No Boy" Criticism 47.1
"Do I, Too, Sing America? Vernacular Representations and Chang-rae Lee's Native Speaker" Journal of Asian American Studies 6.3
"The Strange Love of Frank Chin," Q&A: Queer in Asian America, ed. David L. Eng and Alice Hom, Temple UP
"Invisible Desires: Homoerotic Racism and its Homophobic Critique in Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man," Novel 30
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend, 2013
Cogut Humanities Center Faculty Fellowship, Brown University, 2006
Henry Merritt Wriston Faculty Fellowship, Brown University, 2000-01
Presidential Faculty Research Fellowship, Pembroke Center, Brown University, 1998-99
Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, U.C. Berkeley, 1995-96
U.C. President's Fellowship (Graduate Mentorship Award), 1989-93
Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities (Honorary), 1989
Phi Beta Kappa (University of Michigan), 1987
|ENGL 0100R - American Histories, American Novels|
|ENGL 0100V - Inventing Asian American Literature|
|ENGL 0710J - Introduction to Asian American Literature|
|ENGL 1761V - The Korean War in Color|
|ENGL 2761F - The Racial Lives of Affect|
|ENGL 2901D - War and the Politics of Cultural Memory|
|ETHN 1890U - Extravagant Texts: Reading the World Through Asian American Literature|