Associates are conducting research, teaching courses, or serving students or communities in relationship to content related to Americans, Pacific Islanders, and immigrants to the United States from Asian heritage, and related topics or they consider themselves allies of Asian Americans. This group does not have any governance responsibilities nor are they eligible for professional development funds. They are community members, students, UW-Madison staff, faculty and administrators associated with this Program but without governance responsibilities.
Sociology Dept., Univ. of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Areas of interest: Asian American immigration and adaptation, immigrant education, English Language Learners, biracial/multiracial identity formation, political mobilization and participation of minorities, mental issues affecting Asian Americans, and comparative studies of different Asian ethnic groups in North America and Oceania. I also have a particular interest in the people and countries of Southeast Asia.
Anthropologist and Independent Scholar
Areas of interest:
Hawai’i and Samoa; Native Hawaiian sovereignty movement; Southeast Asian communities; Asian American and Pacific Islander theatre; documentary and ethnographic film; health disparities, stress, and trauma; race politics.
Area of interest: Mainland Southeast Asia, including upland minorities.
Southeast Asian and Hmong Studies Bibliographer
Area of interest: Southeast Asia, as well as Asia in general, and the Hmong globally, including the U.S.
East Asian Languages and Literature
Areas of interest: Transasian studies, Chinese diaspora, Sinophone literatures outsides of Mainland China
Southeast Asian American Student Services Coordinator
L&S Student Academic Affairs
Pui Shan Shelly Chan
Area of interest: History of Chinese migration in transnational and global perspectives