- Associate Professor
Ph.D., Stanford University, Anthropology
anthropology of globalization and the state, diaspora, affect and embodiment, humanitarianism and human rights
- On Leave
Ph.D., Berkeley, Political Science
immigration history, contemporary community issues
Asian American social movement history, Japanese American radical history 1940s-1970s, Black Power studies and the Black Radical Tradition, Afro-Asian solidarities, and activist-scholarship research and pedagogies
- (805) 893-7580
- HSSB 5034
Asian American and comparative ethnic literatures, literary studies, women's literature, feminist studies, cultural studies
family and intergenerational conflict, power and subject formation, gender and the embodied subject, mental health, sexual violence
- (805) 893-8370
- HSSB 5036
- Winter Office Hours -- please note these are subject to change.
- M 12:30-1:30; W 3:30-4:30, & by appt.
Ph.D. in Modern Thought and Literature, Stanford University
Asian American literature; creative writing; postcolonial studies; sports studies
- HSSB 5038
immigration law and policy, race theory, political theory and public law.
- (805) 893-8573
- HSSB 5050
Ph.D. Northwestern University, Sociology
Asian American Studies; immigration and welfare policy; health care access; race, class, and gender; urban theory; feminist theory and methods; environmental justice.
- HSSB 5028
Ph.D. in History University of California, Berkeley
U.S. history, Asian-American history, immigration, family, gender, and law
- (805) 893-2825
- HSSB 5030