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Results for Asian American Pacific Islander History. 8 records matched your search request.


Alice S. Yang

Alice S. Yang

Chair, History Department, Associate Professor of History, Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Pacific War Memories

History Department, Stevenson College, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies

Areas of expertise: History, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Asian American Pacific Islander History, Comparative Politics, California History, Colonialism, Feminist Studies, Gender Studies, Labor and Social Movements, Oral History


Biography, Education and Training

B.A., M.A.T. Brown University M.A., Ph.D. Stanford University


Areas of expertise: Asian American Pacific Islander History, Creativity


Biography, Education and Training

Karen Tei Yamashita is the author of eight books, including I Hotel, finalist for the National Book Award, and most recently,Sansei & Sensibility, all published by Coffee House Press.  Recipient of the National Book Foundation 2021 Medal for Distinguished Contributions to Literature and a US Artists Ford Foundation Fellowship, she is currently Dickson Emeriti Professor of Literature and Creative Writing at the University of California, Santa Cruz.   &... more »


Areas of expertise: Border Studies, Ethnicity, Chicana/o Studies, Nationalism, Immigration, Latin American and Latino Studies, Sexuality, Asian American Pacific Islander History, Mexico


Biography, Education and Training

    Grace Peña Delgado is Associate Professor of History and Director of Graduate Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She is a historian of borderlands and migration in nineteenth and twentieth-century North American. She is the author of Making the Chinese American: Global Migration, Localism, and Exclusion in the US-Mexico Borderlands (Stanford: 2012), distinguished as a CHOICE Academic Title. Delgado is also co-author of Latino Immigrants in the United Stat... more »

Talib Ali Jabbar

Talib Ali Jabbar

Instructor, Teaching Assistant, Doctoral Candidate

Literature Department, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies

Areas of expertise: Asian Studies, South Asian Studies, Asian American Pacific Islander History, Literature, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Queer Studies, Cultural Studies, War


Biography, Education and Training

Talib is a doctoral candidate, teaching assistant, and instructor in literature and critical race and ethnic studies. He focuses on the racial and queer politics of American imperial militarism in Asia and its diasporas, with special attention to under-theorized regions of the so-called “war on terror,” e.g. Pakistan and the Philippines. He got his BA from UCSC and MS in social policy from Lund University (Sweden).

Tiffany Lynn Wong

Tiffany Lynn Wong

Writing Program Continuing Lecturer

Writing Program

Areas of expertise: Writing, Technical Writing, Science Writing, Art, Art Criticism, Art Theory, Artificial Intelligence, Asian American Pacific Islander History, Contemplative Studies, Creativity, Science and Technology


Biography, Education and Training

M.F.A., Digital Arts and New Media, University of Califorina Santa Cruz B.A., Writing and Visual Arts, Sarah Lawerence Collge Cert., TESOL/TESL/TEFL Cert., Stanford Univerity Cultivatving Compassion Training (CCT) Teacher

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