Mia Kang studies contemporary art and politics. She holds a B.A. in art history from Hunter College, where she was a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow writing about the struggle for inclusivity at the Whitney Museum. Her research investigates the workings and failures of social transformation, with particular attention to moments of impasse and ambivalence, and her interests include critical race studies, queer studies, affect studies, and historiography. Mia is also a community arts administrator and poet, with recent work appearing in the PEN Poetry Series and Poetry Northwest among other publications. She can be found at www.miaadrikang.com.