I am a historian of twentieth-century United States, with expertise in Asian American history, U.S. immigration and refugee studies, and comparative race and ethnicity. I am also trained in the history of modern Southeast Asia. At Gustavus, I serve as the inaugural Bruce Gray Postdoctoral Fellow (2013-2015) and Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of History.
Pasadena City College (transfer student); University of California, Berkeley (B.A.); California State University, Los Angeles (M.A.); Yale University (Ph.D.)
HIS-244 (ST:Race/Migration USA)
|Synonym||Title||Times Taught||Terms Taught|
|HIS-205||Power, Protest, Change||2||2015/JN and 2014/JN|
|HIS-344||ST:U.S. in World||2||2014/FA and 2013/FA|
|HIS-140||American History since the Civil War||1||2014/SP|