How does the witness of adult adoptees give us a broader understanding of what it means to adopt and be adopted across borders?
- Karen Dubinsky, Professor of Global Development Studies and History at Queen’s University, Kingston (Ontario), Canada, and author of the upcoming book Babies Without Borders: Adoption and Migration across the Americas
- Kim Park Nelson, Assistant Professor of American Multicultural Studies at Minnesota State University at Moorhead Between 2003 and 2006. She collected 73 oral histories from Korean adoptees in the United States and the around the world. She also developed and taught the first college course on Korean adoption in the United States.