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Michelle Huang

Michelle Huang

College Fellow

michelle.huang1@northwestern.edu

Michelle N. Huang received her Ph.D. in English and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from the Pennsylvania State University in 2017. Her research interests include Asian American literature, feminist science and technology studies, and posthumanism. Her work has appeared in Journal of Asian American Studies, Amerasia, and Twentieth-Century Literature, among other venues. 

Patricia Nguyen

Patricia Nguyen

Visiting Assistant Professor

patricia.nguyen@northwestern.edu

Patricia Nguyen is Visiting Assistant Professor in Asian American Studies at Northwestern University. Her research and performance work examines critical refugee studies, political economy, forced migration, cultural memory, oral histories, and nation building in the United States and Vietnam. Dr. Nguyen has published work in Women Studies Quarterly, Harvard Kennedy School's Asian American Policy Review, Women and Performance, and The Methuen Drama Anthology of Modern Asian Plays edited by Siyuan Liu and Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr.

Nitasha Tamar Sharma

Nitasha Tamar Sharma

Associate Professor of Asian American Studies and the Department of African American Studies
Director

n-sharma@northwestern.edu
Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara, 2004

Note: On leave 2018-19 academic year. Please direct all director-related queries during this period to Shalini Shankar, Interim Director, s-shankar@northwestern.edu

Justin Tse

Justin Tse

Visiting Assistant Professor

jkhtse@northwestern.edu

Justin Tse earned his PhD in Geography from the University of British Columbia and was Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Postdoctoral Fellow at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington. He tends to publish on the range of ideologies and theologies that make up Asia and Asian America and is lead editor of a forthcoming volume Theological Reflections on the Hong Kong Umbrella Movement (Palgrave). He is working on a book manuscript titled Religious Politics in Pacific Space: Grounding Cantonese Protestant Theologies in Secular Civil Societies.

Ji-Yeon Yuh

Ji-Yeon Yuh

Associate Professor of Asian American Studies and the Department of History
Director of Undergraduate Studies

j-yuh@northwestern.edu
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1999

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