Carolyn Choi will complete her dissertation from the University of Southern California in residence at Dartmouth in the first year of the fellowship, then transition to a postdoctoral scholar position in the second. Carolyn's research interests include Asia/Asia America, human trafficking, international migration, education, youth and childhood, gender, and inequality. Her dissertation examines the experiences of working-class South Korean students in Los Angeles as they navigate their education, the city, and its informal economies. She finds that transnational pathways of education re-entrench class inequalities for young people in post-recession South Korea. Carolyn also writes children's feminist books and is co-author of the recent book, Intersection Allies: We Make Room for All.