AAS Faculty Accomplishments - Summer 2016

Below are faculty news and updates from May 2016 to August 2016:

Wei Ming Dariotis presented a paper at the 2016 Conference of Asian Pacific American Law Faculty (CALALF) at University California Davis Law School.  She was cited in the National Public Radio article,  Who Gets to be Hapa?

Daniel Phil Gonzales was interviewed by radio station KPFA 94.1 on generations for Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University.

Russell Jeung was interviewed in the National Japanese American Historical Society's journal, Nikkei Heritage.   Jeung participated in a summer  2016 Teaching and Learning Colloquy for Mid-career Asian/Asian North American Religion and Theology Faculty at Claremont Theology School  and was also awarded a Community Impact Award from the Korean Churches for Community Development.

Isabelle Pelaud spoke about her family memoir, "She Who Has No Master(s)” at the Bay Area Book Festival.

Eric Pido published Return Economies: Speculation and Manila's Investment in Durable Futures in Verge: Studies in Global Asias. He also published a book review in the Journal of American History.

Christen Sasaki was interviewed by Elle Magazine on Obama's visit to Hiroshima in May.  

Valerie Soe was awarded a Fulbright Global Scholars Award for her documentary, Love Boat: Taiwan.  See link for more details http://www.cies.org/fulbright-global-award-scholars

Anantha Sudhakar published an essay "Asian Indian American Poetry"  in the edited volume, Asian American Culture: From Anime to Tiger Moms.

Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales presented at the Filipino American National Historical Society conference in  New York city.  In May, Professor Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales received the Excellence in Education award from the Asian Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus at the California State Capitol.

Wesley Ueunten published Okinawan Identity in the Diaspora: A Messy Genealogy in the Special Issue Conjecturing Communities: Ebbs and Flows of Japanese America in Pan Japan: The International Journal of the Japanese Diaspora.

Grace Yoo co-authored with Susana Tat (Health Equity Institute) and Therese Doan (Nursing)  Qualitative Exploration of Sexual Health Among Diverse Breast Cancer Survivors  published in the Journal of Cancer Education