M.A. Fashion Studies, Parsons The New School for Design
B.A. Anthropology with a minor in Art History, University of Texas at Arlington
“The Next Movement”, ADDRESS: Journal for Fashion Criticism (September 2014).
“The Coups de Coeur of Barbara Berger: A Narrative of Adornment”, Art Jewelry Forum (October 2013).
“Fashioning a Rite of Passage”, BIAS: The Journal of Dress Practice. Parsons The New School for Design: New York, NY (May 2013)
Works in progress:
Fashion and Race: A Discourse on Difference and Visibility in the World of Fashion, edited by Kimberly M. Jenkins and Shannon Bell Price (Bristol: Intellect Books)
Performances and Appearances:
March, 2016: "She Wants Revenge: Fashioning Resilience Upon the Lovelorn Celebrity Body", an anticipated paper for the 2016 National Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association, Seattle, Washington
December, 2015: "The Future of NYC Fashion Education", panelist speaker, part of Not Just A Label's New York Forum
November, 2015: "Adam Selman in conversation with Kim Jenkins", part of Pratt Institute's "Fashion Talks"
October, 2015: "The New Menswear" (Kim Jenkins in conversation with Telfar Clemens, Felix Burrichter of PIN-UP and Michael Bullock of Fantastic Man), part of Pratt Institute's "Fashion Talks"
September, 2015: "Fashion and Cultural Appropriation" (Kim Jenkins in conversation with fashion scholar Minh-ha T. Pham and Adrienne Keene of Native Appropriations), part of Pratt Institute's "Fashion Talks"
September, 2015: "Documenting Fashion" (Kim Jenkins in conversation with V Magazine senior editor Katharine K. Zarrella, fashion scholar Elyssa Dimant and photographer David Needleman), part of Pratt Institute's "Fashion Talks"
June, 2015: Fashion Studies Journal presents "Fashion & Spinach"
ethnography, dress and identity, material culture, fashion theory, fashion and psychology, globalization and consumption