Profile: Kimberly Sims

Assistant Professor, English Department

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Kimberly Sims's main area of specialization is Modernist British and European Literature, especially British Literature of the Great War, Modern British Literature and Neurology and the Peripatetic in Modern British Literature. She earned her PhD from the University of Rhode Island and her MA from George Mason University. Her current research focuses on the WWI-era use of sports (golf, bowls, archery, tennis and cycling) as neurological activities, therapies and political agendas with regard to mobility. She presented her paper "Kaleidoscopic Falling In Colum McCann's Let the Great World Spin" at the 2011 College English Association Conference. She holds memberships in College English Association, South Atlantic Modern Language Association and British Scholar Society.  
 
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