Moonsil Lee Kim
Craig-Lee Hall 471
Ph.D.: University of California, Santa Barbara, CA. Chinese History, 2014
M.A.: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. East Asian Studies, 2004
B.A.: Korea University, Seoul, Korea. Asian History, 2001
HIST 102 Asia In the World
HIST 238 Early Imperial China
HIST 239 Japanese History through Art and Literature
HIST 345 History of East Asia in Modern Times
FYS 100 First Year Seminar (Food and Medicine in East Asia)
“The Great Wall of China” in
World Architecture and Society, ABC-CLIO, expected 2020.
“Food Redistribution for the People: Welfare Food and Feast” in
Rulers and Ruled in Ancient Greece, Rome, and China, Cambridge University Press, expected 2019.
"History of Fermented Foods in Northeast Asia" in
Ethnic Fermented Foods and
Alcoholic Beverages of Asia, Springer, 2016.
“Discrepancy between Laws and their Implementation: An Analysis on Granaries, Statutes, and Rations during China's Qin and Han Periods”
Journal of the Economic and
Social History of the Orient, expected 59/3, 2016.
“Welfare Food Policies in Early Imperial China”
Journal of American Oriental Society, manuscript accepted, 2015.
“Food Redistribution during China’s Qin and Han Periods: Accordance and Discordance among Ideologies, Policies, and Their Implementation,” Dissertation, University of California, Santa Barbara, Sep. 2014.
“Food Preparation and Feasting from Images, Grave Goods, and Texts: Absence of Classical Learning and Philosophy?” In the Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Art and Humanities, Honolulu, Jan. 2011.
“Food from the Tomb,”
Dig, vol. 11, no. 9, Nov./Dec. 2009.
“Dietary Conditions and Differential Access to Food Resources among the Various Classes during the Han Period,” M.A. Thesis, University of Pittsburgh, Dec. 2004.
(upcoming) "Feasts and Gifts: Food Redistribution in Early Imperial China", Columbia Early China Seminar, Columbia University, New York, April 10th, 2020.
“The Capacity of Ancient Vessels: Vessel Volumes in the Catalogues from the Song to the Qing Periods, and Now,” International Study Days Workshop (Chinese Objects and their Lives), French Association for Chinese Studies, Paris, France, June 16th., 2018.
“Discrepancy between Laws and their Implementation: An Analysis of Granaries, Statutes, and Rations during China’s Qin and Han periods,” Society for the Study of Early China Fourth Annual Conference, Seattle, Washington, Mar. 31, 2016.
“The Use-Context and the Standardization of Food and Liquid Containers of China,” Report In Progress Talk, Freer and Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institution, June 15, 2015.
“The Economy of Leftovers: Feasting and the Dietary Condition of Convicted Criminals of Early Imperial China.” Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Charlottesville, VA., Jan. 17, 2015.
“Ideology, Policy and Implementation: Welfare food distribution during the Han period,” Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Philadelphia, Mar. 2014.
“Salary and Rationing System during China’s Qin and Han Periods: Accordance and discordance among ideologies, policies, and implementation,” 22nd Annual Columbia Graduate Student Conference on East Asia, New York, Feb. 2013.
“Food Preparation and Feasting in Tombs and Shrines of Han China (202 BC–220 AD): Ideology, Visual Representation, and Reality,” Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, Jan. 2011.
“The Role of the Relief Houses during the Tokugawa Period,” Food Studies Research Focus Group Workshop, University of California, Santa Barbara, Dec. 2009.
“The Role of Relief Houses during the Tokugawa Period in Japan,” Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, Jan. 2009.
“The Role of Food Resources in the Qin and Han Laws,” Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Atlanta, Apr. 2008.
Law and Society of Early China
Ancient Chinese Bronze Vessels
East Asian Medical Tradition to Western World
Japanese History through Visual Sources
Korean History and Culture
Food and Medicine of East Asia