Professor Marlon Hom is hosting a visiting scholar, Ms. Zhu Qi is from Zhongshan/Sun Yatsen University, Guangzhou, China. She will be working with Professor Hom throughout 2016-17 on her research on Chinese women immigration history to the U.S. Her visit is part of the Professor Hom's larger project on the "History of Cantonese Overseas Migration,"
The College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University invites applications for a full-time tenure track position in the Asian American Studies Department with a specialization in Asian Americans and Government, to commence Fall 2017 semester.
Asian American Studies welcomes our new M.A. students
The following is information on our new cohort of M.A. students.
Students and faculy attended a day long welcome back retreat at Angel Island in August. The retreat was intended to foster students continued interest in the history of the Angel Island Immigration Station. The retreat was also conducted to plan for service learning opportunities that will provide education and resources for the community on the Angel Island immigration experience.
Professor Ben Kobashigawa retired in June after 30 years of service to the department of Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University.
When asked what he felt were his contributions and lasting legacy to the department, Professor Kobashigawa responded with the following:
Congrats to Mai-Nhung Le on her promotion to Full Professor effective Fall 2016.
The Asian Student Union and the Asian American Studies 2016 graduates and their families had the distinct privilege of having San Francisco City Supervisor and State Senate candidate Jane Kim as the keynote speaker at the graduation banquet held on May 29, 2016.