Dr Terri Kim
Reader in Comparative Higher Education
Higher Education Research Group (HERG: www.uel.ac.uk/herg)
Terri Kim (PhD London) is a Reader in Comparative Higher Education, leading Higher Education Research Group (https://www.uel.ac.uk/research/herg) and the Chair of the College Research Ethics Board in the College of Professional Services (which combines Law, Business, Social Sciences, Social Work and Education) at the University of East London (UEL); and also an Honorary Senior Research Associate at the UCL Institute of Education; an Associate of the Centre for Higher Education and Equity Research (CHEER), University of Sussex, and a Principal Fellow of Higher Education Academy (PFHEA).
Previously she was a OECD/CERI consultant; Visiting Scholar in International Relations at LSE; Brain Korea 21 Contract Professor at Seoul National University; full-time Lecturer at Brunel University London; Visiting Scholar at the Collège de France in Paris; Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Monash University in Melbourne.
She is a co-convenor of the SRHE Policy Network; the Book Review Editor of Comparative Education; and an editorial board member of seven international journals, including Comparative Education; Intercultural Education; British Journal of Educational Studies (BJES); and Policy Reviews in Higher Education. She had also served as a member of the CESE (Comparative Education Society in Europe) Executive Committee (2012-16) and the CHER (Consortium of Higher Education Researchers) Conference Committee (2015-16).
She has published one book, two edited Special Issues, and over 45 articles internationally in the field of comparative higher education. She has strong interdisciplinary research interest in the relations of territory, mobility, identity and network; empires, nationalism, cosmopolitanism, coloniality, interculturality; citizenship and the issues of equity and diversity, statelessness and human rights; social history of universities, varieties of academic capitalism, State-University relations, university governance, the academic profession and leadership in HE. Her long-term and ongoing research has been on transnational academic mobility/migration, knowledge creation and identity capital. She is currently writing a book: Intellectual Strangers in the Open Society Then and Now: a Comparative Analysis.
She is also co-leading a Leadership Foundation for Higher Education (LFHE)-funded project on 'Tracking Impact of Diversifying Leadership Development Programme on BME Academics and Institutions' as a two-year longitudinal study (https://www.lfhe.ac.uk/en/programmes-events/programmes/diversifying-academic-leadership-in-he/dl-longitudinal-study.cfm), and convening the BAICE Thematic Forum: Diaspora and Internationalisation in Higher Education 2018-2020.
Many of her invited talks [so far 67 invitations including 29 plenary/keynote lectures in 21 countries] and international publications have taken into account the future directions and strategic needs of Governments, international agencies, and policy think tanks – e.g. OECD, UNESCO-UNEVOC, EMN (European Migration Network), Academia Europaea, UKCGE (UK Council for Graduate Education), Public Policy Exchange, University World News, QS Aim, Times Higher Education, The Conversation, etc.
** Terri's research profile and publication details are available in the following web sites:
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=nV2UPg8AAAAJ&hl=en
ORCiD ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7237-0682
LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-terri-kim-a001169/
Her research interests are in (i) the relations of territory, mobility and identity, empires, nationalism, cosmopolitanism, coloniality, interculturality; (ii) equity, diversity and intersectionality, citizenship, statelessness and human rights; (iii) social history of universities, varieties of academic capitalism, state-university relations, university governance, the academic profession and leadership in HE.
She is currently co-leading the LFHE/ Advance HE funded project, a longitudinal study on the impact of Diversifying Leadership programme on the BME participants and institutions ( https://www.lfhe.ac.uk/en/programmes-events/programmes/diversifying-academic-leadership-in-he/dl-longitudinal-study.cfm ) and working with CHEER on research collaborations around internationalised higher education.
I have published one book, two edited Special Issues, and over 40 articles internationally in the field of comparative higher education. I have been informed that six of my articles have been on the reading list of 7 postgraduate courses at major universities internationally (UK, USA, Canada, Denmark, Greece and Japan). My book (Routledge, 2001) and my article (in Australian Journal of Education 49 (1), 2005) have been re-issued as a part of the Routledge Library Editions Programme and as a chapter in The Sage Sociology of Education Vol. III: Equalities and Identities respectively.
My OECD project article (in Higher Education 2030) has been translated into French, Spanish and Japanese, and my article, Kim, T. (2008) Changing University Governance and Management in the UK and Elsewhere under Market Conditions, has been translated into Lithuanian and also cited in the MAUT and MUNASA combined brief to the Committee on Education, BILL 38: Government Over-Reach in the Name of Enhanced University Governance (LE PROJET DE LOI 38) in Québec, Canada.
My publications (citations (855), h-index (15), i10-index (18) as recorded in Google Scholar (https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=nV2UPg8AAAAJ&hl=en) have led to many invitations and networks and made impacts, as illustrated in section 3: Knowledge Transfer, Enterprise and Innovation.
I have strong interdisciplinary research interest in the relations of territory, mobility, knowledge, identity and network; issues of internationalisation, equity and diversity policy and practice in HE; university governance, the academic profession and leadership in HE. My long-term and ongoing research has been on transnational academic mobility/migration, knowledge creation and identity capital.
I am currently writing
a book: Intellectual Strangers in the
Open Society Then and Now: a Comparative Analysis.
Books – in Print
Kim, T. (2018; 2001) Forming the Academic Profession in East Asia: a Comparative Analysis, Routledge (354 pages, originally published in 2001 – re-issued as a part of The Routledge Library Editions programme) ISBN: 9781138315945; eBook: 9780429455957 (https://www.routledge.com/Forming-the-Academic-Profession-in-East-Asia-A-Comparative-Analysis/Kim/p/book/9781138315945)
** Full-text (Foreword, Preface, Chapter One: Introduction) available at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/328246264_Forming_The_Academic_Profession_in_East_Asia_A_Comparative_Analysis ).
Kim, T. (ed). Religions and Comparative Education. Special Issue / Monographic Section of The Spanish Journal of Comparative Education [Revista Española de Educación Comparada-R.E.E.C.], forthcoming in early 2019.
Kim, T. (ed). (2016) Internationalisation and Development in East Asian Higher Education: some excitements and errors, Special Issue of Comparative Education Vol. 52, No. 1. (Taylor & Francis journal: ISSN0305-0068: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cced20/52/1).
** This Special Issue project led to a special invitational conference hosted by Kyushu University, Centre for Asia-Pacific Future Studies (CAFS) in Japan, 23 March 2015.
Kim, T. & Otten, M. (eds). (2009) Interculturality and Higher Education, Special Issue of Intercultural Education, Vol. 20, No. 5. Routledge Journal: ISSN 1467-5986: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14675980903371233).
** This Special Issue was one outcome of the WCCES (World Congress of Comparative Education Societies) ‘Living Together: Education and Intercultural Dialogue’ Higher Education Thematic Group which I convened in Sarajevo in September 2007.
Articles in Refereed International Journals
Kim, T. and Ng. W. (2019) Ticking the ‘Other’ Box: Positional identities of East Asian academics in UK universities, internationalisation and diversification, Policy Reviews in Higher Education (forthcoming in March 2019).
** This article has received much attention and interest even before publication. I was invited to give a lecture based on my research paper at Columbia University in New York in April 2018 (https://twitter.com/kimterri/status/989217239344799745) as well as invited to give two conference symposium talks at the BAICE Conference Symposium in September 2018 and the SRHE Conference Symposium in December 2017.
Kim, T. (2017) Academic mobility, transnational identity capital, and stratification under conditions of academic capitalism, Higher Education (Springer journal) , 73(6), pp. 981 – 997: Special Issue: The New Political Economy of Higher Education between distributional conflicts and discursive stratification, edited by Tobias Schulze-Cleven, Tilman Reitz, Jens Maesse and Johannes Angermuller. DOI: 10.1007/s10734-017-0118-0 http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10734-017-0118-0 .
** This article was based on my invited plenary talk at the International Conference on the Structural Transformation of Higher Education - interdisciplinary conference inviting political and social scientists, held at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität in Jena, Germany in March 2015: http://www.soziologie.uni-jena.de/Arbeitsbereiche/Wissenssoziologie/Veranstaltungen-p-168387.html
Kim, T. (2016) Internationalisation and Development in East Asian Higher Education: an introduction, Comparative Education, Special Issue: Internationalisation and Development in East Asian Higher Education: Some Excitements and Errors, Vol. 52, No. 1, pp. 1-7; http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/03050068.2016.1144309.
** This article (my Special Issue introduction) is one of the most viewed articles in this journal since its publication (3119 downloads) – according to the publisher’s report to the editorial board.
** My Special Issue has generated the highest Impact Factor Citations by Issue, 2011-15 of Comparative Education journal – according to the publisher’s Report 12/10/2018.)
Kim, T. (2014) The intellect, mobility and epistemic positioning in doing comparisons and comparative education, Comparative Education 50th Anniversary Special Issue Vol. 50 No.1, pp. 58-72 (Taylor & Francis journal: ISSN 0305-0068, DOI: 10.1080/03050068.2013.874237;http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03050068.2013.874237?journalCode=cced20#.U-9RBea8RoM)
** This article was presented at the CESE Conference 50th Anniversary of Comparative Education Journal Symposium sponsored by Taylor & Francis (CESE XXVI Conference in Freiburg, 10-13 June 2014: http://www.cese-europe.org/) It has also led to an invitation to give a plenary talk at the ZIS Conference in Mainz on academic mobility, 26-28 June 2014 (http://www.zis.uni-mainz.de/).
Kim, T. (2010) Transnational Academic Mobility, Knowledge and Identity Capital In Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. Special Issue on International Academic Mobility. Edited by Johannah Fahey and Jane Kenway. Vol. 31, No. 5, pp. 577-592, October 2010 (Routledge journal: ISSN 0159-6306, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01596306.2010.516939).
** This article has been cited in the ICAMM (International Conference on Academic Mobility and Migration) 3 Call for Papers, and I have been invited to give a keynote at the ICAMM 3 in Kuala Lumpur, July 2012.
Kim, T. (2009) Transnational Academic Mobility, Internationalisation and Interculturality in Higher Education In Intercultural Education Special Issue on Interculturality and Higher Education. Edited by Terri Kim & Matthias Otten. Vol. 20, No. 5, pp. 395-405 (Routledge Journal: ISSN 1467-5986). 5986, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14675980903371241).
** This article has been added to the Reading List of the Institute of Education International Doctoral Programme, University of London.
Kim, T. (2009) ‘Shifting patterns of transnational academic mobility: A comparative and historical approach’, Comparative Education Special Issue on Mobilities and educational metamorphoses: patterns, puzzles, and possibilities. Edited by Robert Cowen and Eleftherios. Klerides, Vol. 45, No. 3, pp. 387-403 (Routledge Journal: ISSN 0305-0068, https://www.jstor.org/stable/40593182?seq=1#metadata_info_tab_contents).
** This article has been added to the Reading List of the OISE Comparative Education programme led by Professor Ruth Hayhoe in the University of Toronto, Canada. It is also a core reading in the MA in Comparative Education course led by Professor Dimitris Mattheou in the University of Athens, Greece.
Kim, T. (2008) Higher Education Reforms in South Korea: public-private problems in internationalising and incorporating universities In Policy Futures in Education Special Issue on University Restructuring Experiences in East Asia: myth and reality. Edited by Kaho Mok & David Chan, Vol. 6, No. 5, pp. 558-568 (Oxford Symposium Journal: ISSN 1478-2103, http://www.wwwords.co.uk/pfie/content/pdfs/6/issue6_5.asp ).
Goodman, R., Hatakenaka, S., Kim, T. (2009) The Changing Status of Vocational Higher Education in Contemporary Japan and South Korea In UNESCO-UNEVOC Discussion Paper Series No. 4, pp. 1-28 (ISSN 1817-0374 0374, http://www.unevoc.unesco.org/2.0.html?&tx_drwiki_pi1[keyword]=UNEVOC+Discussion+Paper+4 ).
Kim, T. (2008) Changing University Governance and Management in the UK and Elsewhere under Market Conditions: Issues of Quality Assurance and Accountability In Intellectual Economics Scientific Research Journal, Vol. 2, No. 4 [INTELEKTINË EKONOMIKA Mokslo darbø þurnalas, Nr. 2(4)] Mykolas Romeris University-OECD/IMHE Conference Proceedings on ‘Higher Education under Market Conditions’ held in Vilnius, Lithuania, 17-18 April 2008 pp. 33-42 (ISSN: 1822-8011; Published in both English and Lithuanian: http://www3.mruni.eu/~int.economics/4nr/kim_en.html).
** This article has been quoted in the Quebec McGill Association of University Teachers (MAUT) and MUNASA combined brief to the Committee on Education, BILL 38: Government Over-Reach in the Name of Enhanced University Governance (LE PROJET DE LOI 38 : COMMENT TROP S’IMMISCER DANS LA GESTION DES UNIVERSITÉS Mémoire conjoint de l’Association des Professeur(e)s et Bibliothécaires de McGill (APBM) et de l’Association du Personnel Non Enseignant de l’Université McGill (APNEUM) présenté à la Commission de la culture et de l’éducation, https://www.mcgill.ca/maut/files/maut/maut-munasa_bill_38_brief.pdf ).
Kim, T. (2007) Old Borrowings and New Models of the University in East Asia In Globalization, Societies & Education, Special Issue: Changing Nature of the State and Governance in Education Vol. 5, No. 1, March (Carfax Publishing, Taylor & Francis Group), pp. 39-52. (ISSN 1476-7724, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14767720601133140).
** This article was added to the reading list of the undergraduate programme led by Professor Akiyoshi Yonezawa at Tohoku University in Japan, where I was also invited to give seminar lectures on the themes in 2007.
Kim, T. (2007) ‘University Reforms in South Korea: the public-private problem’ In The Journal of Comparative Asian Development, Special Issue: The Quest for “World Class University”: University Responses in East Asia, Vol. 6, No. 1, Spring, Contemporary China Research Project, City University of Hong Kong, pp. 87-106 (ISSN 1533-9114).
Kim, T. (2005) Internationalisation of Higher Education in South Korea: Reality, Rhetoric, and Disparity in Academic Culture and Identities In The Australian Journal of Education, Special Issue: International Education. Edited by Simon Marginson, Cynthia Joseph and Rui Yang. Vol. 49, No. 1, April, Published by the ACER (Australian Council for Educational Research), pp. 89-103 (ISSN 0004-9441).
** This article has been adopted for reading and discussion in the University of Minnesota Doctoral Programme. This journal is included in the SSCI, and ERA ranking A* (0004-9441).
Kim, T. (2004) Global citizenship education in an intercultural society: the case of Britain In Education for International Understanding, The Journal of Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding (APCEIU) under the auspices of UNESCO, Seoul: APCEIU/UNESCO, No. 13, November, 2004, pp. 140-151 (Published in Korean).
Kim, T. (2000) Towards a Korean Comparative Education: a Critical Report In The Korean Journal of Comparative Education, Vol.10, No. 2, December, pp. 215-244 (published in Korean).
Kim, T. (1999) ‘Neo-liberal Globalisation and the English Higher Education Reform: a Comparative Interpretation’ In University Education: The Korean Journal of University Education, published by The Korean Council of University Education (KCUE), No.102, Nov/Dec. Issue: 46-50 (published in Korean).
Kim, T. (1999) ‘British Malaya: Divide and Rule Principles in Colonisation and Modernisation’ In Tradition and Modernity [Jontong kwa Hyundae], No. 9, Winter Issue: 98-115 (published in Korean).
Kim, T. (1994) ‘English Elitism and the Trend of Higher Education Reforms in the 1990s’ In The Korean Journal of Comparative Education, Vol. 4, No. 1, May: 99-124 (published in Korean).
Kim, T. (1993) ‘The Tradition of British Educational Culture and a Survey of Summerhill Education’ In Education for Self-Regulation: The Journal of the Korean Society of Education for Neill Studies, No. 2, June: 34-42 (published in Korean).
Book Chapters (Peer-reviewed)
Kim, T. (2017) 'Internationalisation of Higher Education in South Korea: Reality, Rhetoric, and Disparity in Academic Culture and Identities' In The Sage Sociology of Education Volume Three: Equalities and Identities, The Sage Sociology of Education Four Volumes edited by Jenny Ozga (University of Oxford) https://us.sagepub.com/en-us/nam/sociology-of-education/book247906#contents (Reprint from The Australian Journal of Education 49 (1).
Kim, T. (2013) Comments on Stephanie Bird: ‘Public Trust and Institutions of Higher Learning: Implications for Professional Responsibility’ Chapter 3. In Engwall, Lars and Scott, Peter (eds). Trust in Higher Education Institutions: Ethical and Quality Standards in Research and Teaching, London: Portland Press, pp. 34-39 (ISBN 9781855781948;).
Kim, T. (2013) Academic Mobility and Comparative Knowledge Creation: a biographic narrative approach In AA.VV. Conversaciones con un maestro (Liber Amicorum). Estudio interdisciplinar de discípulos y colegas en homenaje al profesor DR. D. José Luis García Garrido, Catedrático Emérito de Universidad. Madrid, Ediciones Académicas-UNED, pp. 339-352. ISBN-13; 978-84-92477-93-7 (published in both Spanish and English).
Kim, T. (2013) The (un)changing relationship between the State and Higher Education in South Korea: some surprising continuities amid transition In Goodman, R., Kariya, T. and Taylor, J. (eds). The Changing Relationship between the State and Higher Education in France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea and the UK, Oxford Studies in Comparative Education Series, Symposium Books, pp. 235-260. ISBN 978-1-873927-76-2 (http://www.symposium-books.co.uk/books/bookdetails.asp?bid=83).
** This article has been included in the reading list of the UCL Institute of Education MA course in Higher Education: Comparative and International Perspective (MA HECIP) since 2016.
Kim, T. (2011) Globalization and Higher Education in South Korea – towards ethnocentric internationalization or global commercialization of higher education? In King, R., Marginson, S. and Naidoo, R. (eds). Handbook of Globalization and Higher Education, pp. 286-305, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. (USA & UK; ISBN: 978 1 84844 585 7).
Kim, T. (2009) Confucianism, Modernities and Knowledge: China, South Korea, and Japan (Chapter 55) In Cowen, R. and Kazamias, A. (eds). The International Handbook of Comparative Education, Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer, pp. 857-872 (ISBN: 978-1-4020-6402-9).
** This article has been listed as core reading for the European MA programme Comparative and Transnational Education module in DPU, University of Aarhus,Copenhagen and I am giving a lecture on the subject at DPU annually as a part of ERASMUS Mundus (2009-2013).
Yonezawa, A. and Kim, T. (2008) The Future of Higher Education in a Context of a Shrinking Student Population: Policy Challenges for Japan and Korea (Chapter 7) In Higher Education to 2030. Vol. 1: Demography// L'enseignement supérieur en 2030. Vol. 1: Démographie, edited by Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin, Paris: OECD, pp. 199-216 (ISBN: 978-9-2640-4065-6).
** The volume was published in both English and French; also translated from English into Japanese and Spanish).
Kim, T. (2008) The Academic Profession in East Asian Higher Education (Chapter 7) In RIIHE (Edited by Yonezawa) Frontier of Private Higher Education Research in East Asia, Tokyo: Research Institute for Independent Higher Education (RIIHE), pp. 139-161 (ISBN4-902981-11-4).
Kim, T. (2007) Transnational Academic Mobility in a Global Knowledge Economy: comparative and historical motifs (Chapter 18) In Epstein, D., Boden, R., Deem, R., Rizvi, F., and Wright, S. (eds) The World Yearbook of Education 2008, Geographies of Knowledge and Geometries of Power: Framing the Future of Higher Education, London: Routledge, pp. 319-337 (ISBN: 978-0-4159-6378-7).
** This article led to the CARA invitation for me to give a plenary talk on transnational academic mobility in a global knowledge economy at the 75th Anniversary CARA Conference held at the British Academy on 5th December 2008.
Kim, T. (2006) Building a business: a comparative note on the changing identities of the British University In Sprogøe, J. and Winther-Jensen, T. (eds). Identity, Education, and Citizenship: Multiple Interrelations, The CESE Conference Proceedings, Peter Lang, pp. 197-224. (ISSN: 0934-0858; ISBN: 3-631-553-7-2; US-ISBN: 0-8204-9917-X).
** This article was reviewed and selected as the best paper presented by a female at the CESE Conference held in Copenhagen in 2004 and awarded the CESE Women’s Network Prize at the CESE Conference held in Granada in 2006.
Kim, T. (2004) Neo-liberalism, WTO and New Approaches to University Governance: From Reform to Transformation In Organizational Reforms and University Governance: Autonomy and Accountability, COE Publication Series 11, Edited and Published by RIHE, Hiroshima University, Japan, pp. 95-116 (ISBN 4-038774-87-9).
Kim, T. (2004) Neo-liberal Market Economic Principles: Issues of Trust or Distrust in Education In Lee, On-Jook (ed). Restoring and Building TRUST in the Age of Globalization [JiguchonSidae-eyu Sawhoe-juck Jabon], Seoul: Jipmoon-dang (in association with Seoul National University), pp. 378-390 (Published in Korean).
Kim, T. (2002) Globalization, Universities and Knowledge as Control: new possibilities for new forms of colonialism? In Schuller, T., Istance, D. and Schuetze, H. (eds). International Perspectives on Lifelong Learning: From Recurrent Education to the Knowledge Society, Buckingham: Open University Press, pp. 141-153 (ISBN: 03352103).
** My article in this volume was especially well reviewed in the international journal, Compare (The official journal of the British Association for International and Comparative Education) in 2002.
Kim, T. & Kim, I. W. (2002) Globalization and Dirigisme: Teacher Education in South Korea (with Kim, In Whoe) In Thomas, E. (ed). The World Yearbook of Education 2002: Teacher Education: Dilemmas and Prospects, London: Kogan Page, pp. 33-44 (ISBN: 0749435747).
Kim, T. (2001) The Arts and Cultural Policy in the U.K.: a Comparative Understanding of Museum Education in a Time of Change In Cultural Openness and Education, Seoul: Moon-em Sa (in association with Korean Society for the Philosophy of Education), pp. 347-366 (Published in Korean).
Kim, T. (2000) South Korea In Cowen, R., Coulby, D. & Jones, C. (eds). The World Yearbook of Education 2000: Education in Times of Transition, London: Kogan Page, pp. 181-191 (ISBN: 0749425040).
Kim, T. (1999) Educational Space of the Museum and International Understanding: The British Experience In The Korean National Commission for UNESCO (ed). The Museum and International Understanding, Seoul: A-rum Publishing Co., pp. 47-70 (Published in Korean).
Kim, T. (1996) The Evaluation of the Higher Education System in the Republic of Korea In Cowen, R. (ed). The World Yearbook of Education 1996: The Evaluation of Higher Education Systems, London: Kogan Page, pp. 113-125 (ISBN:0749417773).
Kim, T. (1995) ''The State and Control of Teacher Education: the case of Korea ' In Gardner, R. (ed). Contemporary Crises in Teacher Education, Conference Proceedings by the British Association of Teachers and Researchers in Overseas Education (BATROE), London: Institute of Education, University of London, pp. 143-151.
Other output: Report
Kim, T. and Locke, W. (2010) Transnational academic mobility and the academic profession In CHERI, Higher Education and Society: A Research Report, March 2010, Centre for Higher Education Research and Information (CHERI), The Open University, pp.25-34 http://oro.open.ac.uk/21282/1/Higher_Education_and_Society._Chapter_4_-_Transnational_academic_mobility.pdf.
Kim, T. and R. Brooks (2013) Internationalisation, Mobile Academics, and Knowledge Creation in Universities: a Comparative Analysis, SRHE Research Award 2011/12 Final Report (http://www.srhe.ac.uk/downloads/TerriKimReport.pdf).
Lomer, S. and T. Kim (2018) ‘Why the UK must up its game when it comes to recruiting international student’, The Conversation, 5 June 2018: https://theconversation.com/why-the-uk-must-up-its-game-when-it-comes-to-recruiting-international-students-97385.
Kim, T. (2014) Internationalisation of Higher Education and Global Mobility, Book Review In Comparative Education, Vol. 50, No. 3 (Taylor & Francis Journal: ISSN 0305-0068DOI: 10.1080/03050068.2014.949087)
Kim, T. (2011) Socrates in the boardroom; why research universities should be led by top scholars', Book Review In Comparative Education, Vol. 47, No. 2, pp. 284-86 (Taylor & Francis Journal: ISSN 0305-0068).
Kim, T. (2000) Ballet across borders: career and culture in the world of dances, Book Review In Intercultural Education, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 109-111 (Routledge Journal: ISSN 1467-5986).
Commissioned Work in Progress
(all to be peer reviewed with the publication timeline)
Advance HE/LFHE-funded research project Final Report (due by January 2018).
Edited Volume: Kim, T. (Ed). (2020) ‘Biographies of Comparative Education: Knowledge and Identity on the Move’ Special Issue for Comparative Education 56 (1) (2020) (Forthcoming February 2020).
Journal Article: Kim, T. (2020) ‘Diasporic Comparative Education: an Initial Tribute Amid Anxiety and Hope’, which will be in the Special Issue of Comparative Education 56(1) (Forthcoming in February 2020).
Journal Article: ‘Kim, T. (2020) ‘Mobile Academic Intellectuals and Politics: Space & Time, Affect & Effect’ Special Issue of Palgrave Communications Research Article Collection: Social Studies of Academia: Power and Knowledge in Research, Science and Higher Education, edited by Prof Johannes Angermuller (due by November 2019 to be published in 2020).
Journal Article: Kim, T. (2020) ‘Can Excellence and Inclusion Cohabit? The Positional Identities of East Asian Mobile Academics in UK Universities’ In European Education Special Issue (my CESE Conference paper (May 2018) was selected by the CESE Executive Committee; to be peer-reviewed, to be published in 2020).
Journal Article: Kim, T. (2021) ‘Professional Dilemmas and Affective Choices of Mobile Academics: Hidden Narratives of Internationalisation and Academic Mobility’ - under preparation for the Special Issue of Higher Education (Springer journal): Stuck and sticky mobile academics: reconfiguring the im/mobility binary. Edited by Charikleia Tzanakou and Emily F. Henderson, University of Warwick (due by June 2019 to be published in early 2021).
Book project: Kim, T. (2021) Intellectual Strangers in the Open Society then and now: a Comparative Analysis (ongoing, aiming to complete by the end of 2020).
Successful track record in raising research income:
• BAICE Thematic Forum Grant: 'Diaspora and Internationalisation in Higher Education', 2018-2020 (*co-convenor, in collaboration with Prof. Paul Morris and Mrs. Annette Bamberger, two Forums will be organised at UCL and UEL in 2019: Total amount of funding: £3000): https://uelresearch.wordpress.com/2018/10/05/baice-thematic-forum-call-for-papers/
• Advance HE (Leadership Foundation for Higher Education (LFHE)) Grant: Tracking Impact of BME Leadership Development Programme (https://www.lfhe.ac.uk/en/programmes-events/programmes/diversifying-academic-leadership-in-he/dl-longitudinal-study.cfm)
** co-PI: Terri Kim, in collaboration with the ECU and Prof. Jan Fook (Independent Research, co-PI) and Prof. Udy Archibong (Bradford University).
• SRHE Research Award Grant: ‘Internationalisation, mobile academics and knowledge creation in universities: a comparative analysis’. *PI: Terri Kim; Co-I: Professor Rachel Brooks.
The amount of funding: £10,000 (GBP) for the period of 12 months (April 2011- March 2012).
• Research-based teaching Grant: EU LLLP Erasmus Intensive Programme (IP): Learning in a global society: transnational perspectives (2012-2014). Contractor/Coordinator: University of Udine, Italy. Funding requested: € 33,000. My role as the UK Partner together with other partners from Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Italy, Spain, Greece, and Cyprus. Application.
• Transnational academic mobility/migration: territory, mobility, knowledge, identity, network - varieties of academic capitalism, ethnonationalism, cosmopolitanism, human rights, refugees, statelessness, pariah
• Internationalisation and interculturality in HE, epistemic (in)justice, diaspora, coloniality, cultural diplomacy
• Equality and diversity policy and practice in HE, studies of elite, elite formation, race, ethnicity, gender
• University governance, State-University relations, academic profession, academic leadership, liberalism, neoliberalism
• Comparative (higher) education methodology, biographical narrative research
• Comparative historical sociology, international relations, political philosophy, phenomenology
ET7907 (Philosophy and Practice of Research);
ET8908 (Research Methodology);