Sejin Um

Sejin is a MA student in Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice at the University of British Columbia. Her research interests are gender, work and labour, and postcolonial feminism, with a geographical focus on Korea. Prior to coming to UBC, she worked in exports management at a manufacturing company in Seoul, South Korea. Since 2015, She has studied feminist theories and women’s movement by engaging in feminist activism, and is currently an administrator of a feminist activist group, Femimonsters. She holds a BA in International Studies and Law and Public Administration from Korea University (2014).

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