The Asian American Studies instructional faculty consists of sixteen ladder-rank members and many lecturers. They are experts in Asian American Studies, and their professional qualifications represent a diverse range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary specialization—Asian area studies, education, ethnic studies, fine arts, gender studies, history, law, literature, public/community health, religious studies, and social and behavioral sciences (anthropology, economics, sociology, psychology, etc.).
Note: Year in parentheses indicates when faculty was first appointed either as lecturer or tenured/tenure-track track faculty.
Spring 2018 Lecturers
Vivian Chin (2017) - Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Arlene Daus-Magbual (2016) - M.A. in AAS and Ed.D. San Francisco State University
Kira Donnell (2015) - M.A. in AAS San Francisco State University, Ph.D. Candidate University of California Berkeley
Irene Faye Duller (2008) - MA in AAS, San Francisco State University
Robert A. Fung, Esq. (1990) - JD, New College of California School of Law
Eugene Gambol (2017) - MA in AAS, San Francisco State University
Lewis Kawahara (2017) - M.A. in AAS, Univeristy of California, Los Angeles, M.A. San Francisco State University
Simmy Makhijani (2016) - Ph.D., California Institute of Integral Studies
Melissa Nievera-Lozano (2017) - Ph.D., University of California, Santa Cruz
Baldeep Pabla (2017) - M.S.W, University of California, Berkeley
Raymond San-Diego (2017) - M.A. in AAS, San Francisco State University Ph.D. Candidate University of California, Irvine
Jeremy Villaluz (2016) - MFA, San Francisco Art Institute
Voltaire Villanueva (2016) - Ed.D. Drexel University
Francis Wong (2017) - MA in AAS, San Francisco State University
Jeannie Woo (2003) - MA in AAS, San Francisco State University
Justin Woodard (2017) - Ed.D. Drexel University
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