Ph.D. candidate, Anthropology
The Use of Legal Advocacy in Queer Activism in South Korea; how South Korean queer activists cope with the troubling relationship between their legalistic engagements and radical imagination for queer liberation, based on long-term engaged ethnography
Ethnography that includes participant observation, interviews, oral history, and archival research
Areas of interest:
Legal anthropology, human rights, social movements, transnational movement of ideas and values, feminist epistemology, queer studies, South Korea, East Asia
I am fluent in Korean and English, and I have intermediate proficiency in French.