Sujin Eom

Postdoctoral Fellow, Geography

Sujin Eom's research lies at the intersection of transnational urban history, postcolonial studies, and science and technology studies: 1) the mobility of urban form and its role in the production of exclusion; 2) the (post)colonial regime of citizenship and property rights; and 3) the politics of technology and expertise in statecraft. ​Eom's current research project investigates the transpacific circulation of urban policies and building technologies in the mid-twentieth century, with an emphasis on urban infrastructure.

Contact

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Education

  • 2017. PhD in Architecture, University of California, Berkeley
  • 2010. Master of Science in Architecture, Seoul National University
  • 2008. Bachelor of Architecture, Seoul National University