Emeritus Lecturer, Asian American Studies Department
Office: EP 412
1990 Year of first appointment in Asian American Studies
JD New College of California School of Law
MA Goddard-Cambridge Graduate Program in Social Change
Concentration: Law and Public Policy
BS University of California at Davis, Applied Behavioral Sciences-Community
210 History of Asians in the United States
211 Contemporary Asian Americans
213 Asian Americans and American Ideals and Institutions
320 Chinese in the United States
510 Asian Americans in California
595 Asian American Communities and Public Policy
681 Asian American Community Changes and Development
865 Asian American Community and Public Policy
Previous Community Involvement
Chinese Historical Society of America, Board of Directors (1996-91, 2006-09; President 1996)
Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc., Board of Directors (1986-91; President 1988-90)
“Lesson from the Past: Tape v. Hurley.” Chinese Historical Society of America Bulletin 40.5 (May).
“Through âWatered Glasses’: Perspectives and Commentary on Wong Kim Ark (1898).” The Yellow Journal 9/10 (2000): 150-164.
“Introduction.” The Repeal and Its Legacy: Proceedings of the Conference on the 50th Anniversary of the Repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Acts. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of American and Asian American Studies Department, San Francisco State University. 1-12.