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Terri Kim is a specialist in Comparative Higher Education and currently works as a full-time lecturer at Brunel University and Associate in the Centre for Higher Education Studies (CHES), Institute of Education. She gained her PhD at the University of London, Institute of Education in 1998, and previously worked as a research consultant for OECD/CERI; a Visiting Research Scholar in International Relations at LSE; a Brain Korea 21 Contract Professor at Seoul National University in Korea; and a Visiting Scholar at the Collège de France in Paris. She is a member of the Editorial Board of Gender and Education, Intercultural Education, and the Book Review Editor (UK) of International Studies in Sociology of Education journal. She has published one book and over 35 articles internationally. With a broad social sciences background (combining political and historical sociology and international political economy), her ongoing research is focusing on transnational academic mobility/migration and new knowledge creation in universities: a comparative analysis.
I hope to gain interdisciplinary knowledge-based networks and communicate with like-minded intellectuals.
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