Wena Teng is a rising sophomore at Columbia University studying History and Computer Science. This summer, she is working with Professor Dorothy Ko on a comparative study of US and China's public dissent: particularly its contingency on historical movements, public policy, and art. Her independent research project focuses on how late-Qing women writers in China utilized literature and performance as interventions and how that influences contemporary dissent.
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A reflection on my research this summer studying public dissent in China.
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Loved hearing about the development of your project, Wena!! You are so slay.