Ph.D. candidate History and East Asian Languages and Civilizations-HEAL, Harvard University
Graeme Reynolds is a Ph.D. candidate in History and East Asian Languages at Harvard University. His research focuses on the writing and reading of history in Chos_n Korea (1392-1910), and his dissertation traces the production, circulation, reception, and long afterlives of court histories such as the History of Kory_ (Kory_sa). His other academic interests include historiography, print and manuscript culture, printing technology, the circulation of books and knowledge, reading, and archives. He holds a B.A. in Asian Area Studies from the University of British Columbia, and an M.A. in Korean History from the Academy of Korean Studies.