Joanne ParkStudent, Columbia University
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About Joanne Park
Hello! My name is Joanne Park (they/them) and I am a first year student at Columbia University studying Philosophy and Math, originally from the Bay Area. As a Laidlaw Scholar, I will be working on a book project that studies the role of women in the development of modern philosophy.
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