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Eunice Uhm

Eunice Uhm photo essay by Eli Hiller for OPAWL

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Eunice Uhm (she/her)

Korean Immigrant

 Eunice Uhm is a PhD candidate in History of Art at Ohio State University studying the conditions of migration and the works of contemporary Japanese and South Korean art. In this podcast recording, Eunice talks about the impact and complexities of the American immigration system on her and her family members. The episode transcript can be found here.

Photo credit: Eli Hiller

Podcast episode produced by Reiya Bhat, Melinda Dang, Balpreet Kaur, and Tessa Xuan

 

Eunice Uhm photo essay by Eli Hiller for OPAWL
Eunice Uhm photo essay by Eli Hiller for OPAWL
Eunice Uhm photo essay by Eli Hiller for OPAWL

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