Courses Taught and Scheduled:
- Gender in and out of Southeast Asia
- AAS 250: Asian American Oral History
- AES 462 A: Comparative Race and Ethnic Relations: Comparative Refugee Studies
- AES 440: History and Memory: Race, Archives, and Afterlives of War
- AES /GWSS 392: Asian American Pacific Islander Women
A selection of courses taught at UCSD:
- Contemporary Immigration Issues: Undocumented Migration to the Contemporary “Refugee Crisis”
- Contemporary Asian American History
- In Contemporary Asian American History and Immigration Issues, the students have been collaborating with Alliance San Diego to learn about how immigration issues are affecting the San Diego community.
- Dimensions of Culture: Diversity
- Race in the Americas: Histories and Legacies of the Cold War
- Asian and Latina Workers in the Global Economy
- For my Asian and Latina Workers Course, I took the students on a field trip to Tijuana, Mx with the San Diego Maquiladora Workers’ Solidarity Network. They spent the day speaking with members of a worker’s collective called Ollín Calli and learning about the environmental and labor issues in Tijuana.
- Contemporary Issues: The University in Society