Koukou Zhang ’19 | Gender and Sexuality Studies | Identity and the Law
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Koukou Zhang ’19 | Gender and Sexuality Studies | Identity and the Law


Something that I realized after I finish
this degree, although I haven’t got the degree, yet. After these four years I
think, combining my own identity and the things I’ve learned, (because I’m an
independent major) I took a large range of classes of interdisciplinary. I took
anthropology, history, religion, art history, and English literature so I
think every class in humanities they all taught me to queer read something, queer
read the literature, to uncover the history that the oppressor doesn’t want you to know. To reread the history, to rethink about the literature, rethink
about the art, in a different standpoint, in a queer standpoint. After Bryn Mawr I’m
going to Columbia Law School because Columbia Law School has the
nation’s first sexuality and gender law clinic so I chose that law school
and I’m going to delve into gender and sexuality law.

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