Eunha Jeong Wood

Born in Korea and raised on Dakota homelands, Eunha Jeong Wood is a doctoral candidate at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities in the Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies Ph.D. program with graduate minors in American Indian & Indigenous Studies (AIIS) and Development Studies & Social Change (DSSC). Using dialectical & historical materialism and literary critique, they research settler colonialism, empire, and indigeneity in East Asia and the Pacific at the intersections of Indigenous feminist theory, Women of Color feminisms, and Asian/American Studies. A former school teacher, Eunha is a long-time educator, writer, and community organizer dedicated to revolutionary politics, class struggle, and the collective liberation of all peoples and places.