An Adoptee for Every Lake: A Discussion with Kim Park Nelson

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Join us for an in-depth discussion of “An Adoptee for Every Lake: Multiculturalism, Minnesota, and the Korean Transracial Adoptee,” the chapter on Minnesota Korean adoptees from her book Invisible Asians by Minnesota Korean adoptee Dr. Kim Park Nelson. Invisible Asians: Korean American Adoptees, Asian American Experiences, and Racial Exceptionalism, published in 2016 by Rutgers University Press, draws on the life stories and of Korean American adoptees living in the US and Korea. This is a unique opportunity to discuss the Minnesota Korean adoptee experience with a pioneer in Korean adoption studies who grew up and began her studies here in Minnesota.
You must read the chapter beforehand in order to participate in the event.

If you do not already have Dr. Park Nelson’s book, you can find the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Invisible-Asians-American-Experiences-Exceptionalism/dp/0813570662

If the book cost is a barrier for participation, let us know and we can provide you with an electronic copy of the required chapter only.
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