Ariel's CV

Ariel Urim [유림] Chung


Columbia University. M.A. in Oral History

Davidson College. B.A. in Theatre (Honors), minor in Computer Science

Conference Presentations

“Oral History as a Humanizing Pedagogy: Voices from the Immigrant Kitchen,” Oral History Association Annual Meeting - Panel

“Murmurs in the Kitchen: Navigating relationships between listeners and oral history makers through experimental audio,” Concordia University Emerging Scholars Symposium on Oral History, Digital Storytelling, and Creative Practice - Panel

Awards, Honors, and Scholarships

National Name Exchange (2023)

Martha Ross Memorial Prize, Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region (2023)

Oral History Merit Scholarship, Columbia University (2022)

Artist Scholarship, SITI Company & Skidmore College (2021)

Turner Drama Award, Davidson College (2021)

Pepper Visual Arts Scholarship, Davidson College (2017-2021)


MAGIC Grant, Columbia University Brown Institute (2023)

COVID-19 Creative Initiative Grant, Davidson Arts and Creative Engagement (2022)

Alvarez Access Grant, Davidson College (2019)

Selected Professional Experience

Oral History Research Lead, Adams Matthew Digital Limited Primary Sources (Present)

Visiting Scholar, NYU Asian/Pacific/American Insitute (2023-Present)

MAGIC Research Grantee, Columbia University Brown Institute for Media Innovation (2023-Present)

Social Media and Communications Manager, Columbia University Oral History Master of Arts (2022-Present)

Aristic Associate, La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club (2021-2022)

Development Associate, CultureHub (2021)