Arlene Daus-Magbual, Ed.D

Lecturer, Asian American Studies

Office: EP 105

Phone: 415-338-3491

Email: amianan@mail.sfsu.edu

2015 Year of first appointment in Asian American Studies

Education

EdD, San Francisco State University, Educational Leadership

MA, San Francisco State University, Asian American Studies

BA, University of California Riverside, Political Science

Courses Taught

218   Asian American Culture

Honors, Awards, and Grants

2012

Pin@y Educational Partnerships (PEP), 10-year service recognition from the students and teachers of Pin@y Educational Partnerships

2011

Board of Supervisors of San Francisco, CA Award in serving the youth and families of San Francisco                                                              

2000

University of California, Riverside, Asian & Pacific Islander Women’s Awareness Conference Recognition Award

1999

University of California, Riverside, Asian Pacific Student Programs Leadership Award

Current Community Involvement

Association for Asian American Studies (AAAS), Member

American Education Research Association (AERA), Member

Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS)

Filipina Women’s Network (FWN)

Free Minds Free People (FMFP)

National Association of Multicultural Education (NAME)

Selected Publications

2009

Daus-Magbual, A., Tintiangco-Cubales, A. (in press) Ethnic studies and the development of a critical leadership praxis. White Washing American Education: The New Culture Wars in Ethnic Studies (Praeger Publishers, Fall 2015)

Tintiangco-Cubales, A., Daus-Magbual, A., Daus-Magbual, R., Magsambol, N. (2009). In the eyes of the I-Hotel: Unit and teaching project. In A. Tintiangco-Cubales (Ed.), Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipino/o American studies sourcebook, volume II: Filipina/o American identities, activism, and service (1st ed.) (pp. 57-72). Phoenix Publishing House International. Santa Clara, CA

Daus-Magbual, A. (2009). Learnin’ about the H.O.P.: Hegemony, oppression, and power and how it affects our communities. In A. Tintiangco-Cubales (Ed.), Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipino/o American studies sourcebook, volume II: Filipina/o American identities, activism, and service (1st ed.) (pp. 93-110). Phoenix Publishing House International. Santa Clara, CA.

Daus-Magbual, A., Love, P., Dizon, A., Posadas, A. (2009). Toy story society and its institutions of power. In A. Tintiangco-Cubales (Ed.), Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipino/o American studies sourcebook, volume II: Filipina/o American identities, activism, and service (1st ed.) (pp. 117-122). Phoenix Publishing House International. Santa Clara, CA.

Tintiangco-Cubales, A., Magbual-Daus, R., Daus-Magbual, A. (2009). PEP Filipina/o Community Issues (FCI) Project: Documentation, Dedication, and Development. In A. Tintiangco-Cubales (Ed.), Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipino/o American studies sourcebook, volume II: Filipina/o American identities, activism, and service (1st ed.) (pp. 245-250). Phoenix Publishing House International. Santa Clara, CA.

Daus-Magbual, A., Dizon, A., Love, P., and Posadas, A., (2009). We are C-O-M-M-U-N-I-T-Y. In A. Tintiangco-Cubales (Ed.), Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipino/o American studies sourcebook, volume II: Filipina/o American identities, activism, and service (1st ed.) (pp. 295-296). Phoenix Publishing House International. Santa Clara, CA.

Tintiangco-Cubales, A., Elacio, M., Parpan, E., Daus-Magbual, A. (2009) Philippine-born versus Fil Am fishbowl. In A. Tintiangco-Cubales (Ed.), Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipino/o American studies sourcebook, volume II: Filipina/o American identities, activism, and service (1st ed.) (pp. 306-306). Phoenix Publishing House International. Santa Clara, CA.

Daus-Magbual, A. (2009) Puzzle pieces. In A. Tintiangco-Cubales (Ed.), Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipino/o American studies sourcebook, volume II: Filipina/o American identities, activism, and service (1st ed.) (pp. 333-334). Phoenix Publishing House International. Santa Clara, CA.

Daus-Magbual, A. (2009) PEP respect web: An active teambuilding exercise. In A. Tintiangco-Cubales (Ed.), Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipino/o American studies sourcebook, volume II: Filipina/o American identities, activism, and service (1st ed.) (pp. 337). Phoenix Publishing House International. Santa Clara, CA.

2007

Daus-Magbual, R. & Daus-Magbual, A. (2007). Why do I do PEP? PEP associate directors IMing. In A. Tintiangco-Cubales (Ed.), Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipino/o American studies sourcebook, volume I: Philippine and Filipina/o American history (1st ed.) (pp. 23-24). Phoenix Publishing House International. Santa Clara, CA.

Tintiangco-Cubales, A., Mabalon, D. B., Sacramento, J., Daus-Magbual, A., & Ferrer, M. (2007). HERstory: Pinay pioneers. In A. Tintiangco-Cubales (Ed.), Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipino/o American studies sourcebook, volume I: Philippine and Filipina/o American history (1st ed.) (pp. 251-256). Phoenix Publishing House International. Santa Clara, CA.

Mabalon, D.B., Penez, M., Magsambol, N., Daus-Magbual, A., & David, A. (2007). Who talks about my war?: Pinay experiences post-World War II. In A. Tintiangco-Cubales (Ed.), Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipino/o American studies sourcebook, volume I: Philippine and Filipina/o American history (1st ed.) (pp. 271-278). Phoenix Publishing House International. Santa Clara, CA.

Tintiangco-Cubales, A. & Daus-Magbual, A. (2007). PEP CD/Zine History Project. In A. Tintiangco-Cubales (Ed.), Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipino/o American studies sourcebook, volume I: Philippine and Filipina/o American history (1st ed.) (pp. 321-322). Phoenix Publishing House International. Santa Clara, CA.