Current Visiting Scholars
The Minerva Center for Human Rights is hosting the following Visiting Scholars during the 2022-2023 academic year:
Minju Kang, currently a visiting scholar at the Minerva Center of Human Rights at Tel Aviv University, is a Ph.D. Candidate at Seoul National University where she received a master's degree in Comparative Literature with her thesis on refugee narratives and human rights. Prior to her time in Tel Aviv, she completed her Master of Law (LL.M) degree at Yale Law School, where she was a resident fellow at the Information Society Project and served as a Submissions Editor at the Yale Journal of International Law. Her studies at Yale were supported by the National Future Talent Scholarship from the SBS Foundation in South Korea. During her time in Korea, she worked as a researcher at several public interest institutions, including APIL (Advocates for Public Interest Law), the SNU Center for Public Interest and Human Rights Law, the SNU Center for Labor and Social Welfare Law, and the North Korean Refugees Foundation. Her current research interests revolve around the transnational approach to human rights and labor issues in the era of globalization and new technology. The titles of her articles and presentations include "Transnational Corporations and Responsible Exits," "Business and Human Rights Treaty and Its Implications on the World of Work in Flux," "A Ghost Named the Fourth Industrial Revolution? The Future of Work and Labor Law," and "Digital Nomads or Precariats? Digital Platform Workers and the Search for Their Rights."