ASAM Fellows Colloquium in conversation with ASAM fellow Lily Suh.
Title: The Unraveling of the American Dream across Korean American Migration Narratives
Abstract: Lily is researching migration narratives from Korea to the United States and tracing the portrayal of the American Dream in literature in order to demonstrate how white society projects the American Dream in order to lure immigrants into America with the hope of upward mobility. However, this project reveals how the American Dream unravels throughout generations of immigrants who are unable to achieve this dream in reality.
Bio: Lily Suh (she/her) is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences from Delaware, and she is interested in majoring in English and minoring in Asian American Studies. Along with being an ASAM Fellow, Lily is a member of the Asian American Studies Undergraduate Advisory Board.
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