Emily Kohn is a senior in Columbia College double-majoring in Political Science and Linguistics. Her research interests include international security, corruption and the rule of law, international economic policy, language policy, and Canadian-American relations. She is currently writing her senior thesis on language policy and the politics of language preservation in Quebec. This past summer, Emily was a Fulbright-Mitacs Globalink Fellow at the University of Ottawa, where she contributed to a research project on the intersection of religion, law, and policy in Canada and the United States. On campus, Emily is also a T.A. within the Linguistics Department, the Vice President of Pi Sigma Alpha, and a leader of the Columbia Cheerleading Team.