The Asian American Studies instructional faculty consists of fifteen 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 faculty.
Wei Ming Dariotis (1999), Professor, PhD, University of California at Santa Barbara
Lorraine Dong (1987), Professor PhD, University of Washington
Daniel Phil Gonzales (1971), Professor JD, University of California, Hastings College of Law
Marlon K. Hom (1986), Professor PhD, University of Washington
Russell M. Jeung (2002), Professor & Chair PhD, University of California at Berkeley
Mai-Nhung Le (1993), Professor DrPH, University of California at Berkeley
Jonathan Lee (2009), Professor PhD, University of California at Santa Barbara
Isabelle Thuy Pelaud (2001), Professor PhD, University of California at Berkeley
Eric J. Pido (2011), Associate Professor & Undergraduate & MA coordinator, PhD, University of California at Berkeley
Christen Sasaki (2014), Assistant Professor PhD, University of California at Los Angeles
Valerie Soe (1996), Professor MFA, School of the Arts Institute of Chicago
Anantha Sudhakar (2012), Associate Professor PhD, Rutgers University
Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales (2000), Professor, University of California at Los Angeles
Wesley Ueunten (2002), Professor PhD, University of California at Berkeley
Grace J. Yoo (1996), Professor PhD, University of California at San Francisco
Please go to Spring 2021 Office Hours for current semester faculty's office, email, and phone numbers.