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Jinyup Kim




PERSONAL

Department of Aesthetics, College of Humanities,

Seoul National University

e-mail: jinyupk@snu.ac.kr




UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AND DEGREES

1982-86 B.A. in Philosophy at Seoul National University in Korea.

1988-91 M.A. in Aesthetics at Seoul National University in Korea. M.A. Thesis Title: "The

Function of Cognition and Truth in Metaphor"

1991-95 D.Phil. in Philosophy at Temple University. Dissertation Title: "Contemporary Theories

of Interpretation" Supervised by Richard Shusterman

1996-1997 Post-Doctor in Aesthetics at Seoul National University in Korea.




ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

1997-99:     Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Cultural Studies, Temple University

2000-2006: Assistant Professor at Hongik University, Rep. of Korea

2006- Present: Associate Professor at Seoul National University, Rep. of Korea




ACADEMIC AWARDS

Korea Research Foundation Fellowship, 1996-1997




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MEMBERSHIP

Member of Korean Society for Aesthetics

Member of Korean Society for Contemporary Visual Art

Member of Korean Society for Art History




ARTICLES

1. “Theories of Interpretation in Gadamer and Pragmatism: Beyond Foundationalism and

Scepticism," Korean Aesthetic Studies 2 (1996).

2. “The Sceptical Theories of Interpretation: Barthes, Derrida and Miller," Korean Journal

of Aesthetics 21 (1996).

3. “On Hume's Standard of Taste," Korean Journal of Aesthetics 22 (1997).

4. “Foundationalist Theories of Interpretation: Intentionalism and Formalism," The Journal of

Humanities 37 (1997).

5. “Contemporary Anglo-American Aesthetics (1)," Korean Journal of Aesthetics 25 (1998).

6. “Inwards a Newer Laocoon: Of the Art Criticism of Greenberg," Korean Journal of Aesthetics

26 (1999).

7. "Art Education and Aesthetics," Korean Journal of Aesthetics 27 (1999).

8. "Art Education and Postmodernism," Art Education 9 (1999).

9. “Grace: Aesthetic Concept of Mannerism," Korean Journal of Aesthetics 29 (2000).

10. “John Dewey's Theory of Art Criticism,” Studies of Plastic Arts 2 (2000).

11. “Aesthetic Experience,” Journal of Art Education 11 (2001).

12. “The Concept of Unity in Aristotle and Hua-yen Buddhism," Korean Journal of Aesthetics 31

(2001).

13. “Minimalism,” Korean Journal of Aesthetics 32 (2002).




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14. “What is Art?: Answers of Contemporary Anglo-American Aesthetics,” Journal of Aesthetics

and Art 16 (2002).

15. “What is Art?: Answers of Evolutionary Psychology” Korean Journal of Aesthetics 36 (2003).

16. “Aesthetic Issue of Digital Art: Interactivity,” Studies of Contemporary Art (2004).

17. “Aesthetic Criticism of Virtual Reality Art,” Journal of Aesthetics and Art 22 (2005).

18. “Toward a Pluralist Aesthetics,” Studies of Contemporary Art (2006).

19. “Artificial Life and Art,” The Journal of Humanities (2007).

20. “Pragmatism and Art,” Philosophy and Culture (2008).

21. “Freud's Leonardo," The Journal of Humanities (2010).

22. “Wound and Healing," Aesthetics and Its Denotation (2010).




BOOKS

Seven Answers of Art, Book World (2007).

TRANSLATIONS

Pragmatist Aesthetics: Living Beauty, Rethinking Art by Richard Shusterman, 프라그마티즘 미

학: 살아 있는 아름다움, 다시 생각해 보는 예술. Seoul: Yejun, 2002. Korean translation of

      nd
the 2      ed with special Korean preface.

 nd
2     Korean Edition. Seoul:       Book Korea Publishers, 2009.            (Revised with a new

preface.)




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