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Gail Hershatter

Gail Hershatter

Research Professor and Distinguished Professor of History Emer.

History Department

Areas of expertise: Asian Studies, China, Communism, Cultural Studies, Pacific Rim, Gender Studies, Oral History, History, Labor and Social Movements, Sexuality


Biography, Education and Training

B.A. Hampshire College M.A. Stanford University Ph.D. Stanford University

Alan S Christy

Alan S Christy

Cowell Provost, Professor, History Department Undergraduate Program Director

History Department

Areas of expertise: Asian Studies, Digital Humanities


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. University of Chicago

Noriko Aso

Noriko Aso

East Asian Studies Program Director, Associate Professor

History Department

Areas of expertise: History, Asian Studies, Pacific Rim, Cultural Studies, Gender Studies, Visual Culture, Popular Culture, Youth Studies


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., Dissertation: "New Illusions: The Emergence of a Discourse on Traditional Japanese Arts and Crafts, 1868-1945," University of Chicago, 1997 M.A., Thesis: "Object Lessons: the Museological Practices of Edward S. Morse and Yanagi Sôetsu," University of Chicago, 1991 Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies, 1988-1989 B.A., Yale University (Summa cum laude), Yale University, 1983-1987

Rob Sean Wilson

Rob Sean Wilson

Professor of Literature, Creative Writing, and Cultural Studies

Literature Department, Creative Writing Program

Press Contact

https://www.dukeupress.edu/reimagining-the-american-pacific

https://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674033436&content=bios


Areas of expertise: Poetry, Asian Studies, Ocean Studies


Biography, Education and Training

  Rob Sean Wilson is a Western Connecticut native who was educated at the University of California at Berkeley, where he received a doctorate in English and was founding editor of the Berkeley Poetry Review. He has taught in the English Department at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa; Korea University in Seoul as a Fulbright professor and was National Science Council visiting professor at National Tsing Hua University and National Sun Yat-sen University in Taiwan. Since 2001, he became a ... more »

Mary Kathleen  Foley

Mary Kathleen Foley

Professor, Artsbridge Director, Pavel Machotka Chair

Arts Division, Theater Arts Department, Porter College

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Kathy Foley

Professor

foley@ucsc.edu

831-459-4189


Areas of expertise: Theater, Asian Music, Asian Studies, Direction (Theater), Folklore, South Asian Studies, Gamelan, Popular Culture, Dance


Biography, Education and Training

Kathy Foley is a professor of Theatre Arts  and editor of Asian Theatre Journal with expertise in Asian theatre, performance, masks, puppetry and object theatre. She curates exhibitions of Asian masks and puppets. Performs Sundanese Wayang Golek internationally and has taught at Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok), Yonsei University (Seoul), University of Malaya (Kuala Lumpur), and University of Hawai'i (Manoa), as well as UCSC. She serves on the board of UNIMA (Union International de la Mar... more »

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kcfung@ucsc.edu


Areas of expertise: China, Economics, International and Global Affairs, Asian Studies, International Finance, Business Management, Foreign Policy, Pacific Rim, Development Economics, Latin American and Latino Studies


Biography, Education and Training

K.C. Fung is a Full Professor of Economics (with tenure) at the University of California, Santa Cruz.  He is active in research in international trade, international finance, economic development, China, Japan and Asian economies. According to his latest official University of California merit review, based on research, teaching and service, his performance was evaluated to be "highly meritorious".  His latest book is on Sino-Latin American Economic Relationships. In the Fall of 2017... more »

Ronaldo V. Wilson

Ronaldo V. Wilson

Professor, Director Creative Writing Program

Literature Department, Creative Writing Program

Areas of expertise: African American / Black Studies, Asian Studies, Art, Art Theory, Queer Studies, Performance, Poetry, Fiction, Visual Culture, Writing


Biography, Education and Training

Education:   2009 Ph.D., English, CUNY Graduate Center 1995 M.A., Poetry, New York University Graduate Creative Writing Program  1991 A.B., English, University of California, Berkeley   Biography:   Ronaldo V. Wilson is an award-winning poet, interdisciplinary artist, academic and author of six collections of hybrid and experimental works spanning poetry, fiction, mixed genre theory, performance, digital, sound, and visual art.  He has performed in multiple ... more »

Minghui Hu

Minghui Hu

Associate Professor

History Department

Areas of expertise: History, Asian Studies, China, Communism, History of Science, Chinese, History of Philosophy, Pacific Rim, Taiwan, Science Studies


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., History, UCLA MS, Science and Technology Studies, Virginia Tech BS, Civil Engineering, Tamkang University

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).

Shelly Chan

Shelly Chan

Associate Professor

History Department

Areas of expertise: China, Globalization, World History, Cultural Studies, Asian Studies


Biography, Education and Training

I am a historian of transnational and modern China. My interests lie in the intersection of diasporas, nations, empires, regions, and genders.  I am a proud alumna of the UCSC History graduate program, having received a Ph.D. here in 2009. Before my return, I taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madsion from 2011 to 2020 and at the University of Victoria from 2009 to 2011.   I am the PI of the Transnational China research hub seeded by the UCSC Office of Res... more »

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