Jina B. Kim is a scholar, writer, and educator of critical disability studies and feminist/ queer-of-color critique. She is an assistant professor of English and the Study of Women and Gender at Smith College. Currently, she is at work on a manuscript titled Dreaming of Infrastructure: Crip-of-Color Writing after the U.S. Welfare State, which examines how disability justice politics and literary expression provide imaginative blueprints for navigating contemporary crises of care. Her work has appeared in Signs, Social Text, American Quarterly, MELUS, Disability Studies Quarterly, South Atlantic Quarterly, and The Asian American Literary Review. She can be found on Instagram at @emancipation_of_jiji
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