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Asian Studies: Korean Studies Faculty

Currently, this subject guide primarily focuses on East Asia, and covers resources for the study of various social and humanities aspects (e.g. languages, literature, economics, history, politics, cultures...) of China, Japan, and Korea. Resources marked
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Korean Studies Faculty

Chungmoo Choi 최정무

Healing historical trauma in South Korean Film and Literature. S.l: ROUTLEDGE, 2020. Available online

The Politics of Gender in Colonial Korea. Asian Journal of Women's Studies 14(4) (2008): 107-116. Available online

The politics of gender, aestheticism, and cultural nationalism in Sopyonje and The Genealogy. In: James, David E.; Kim, Kyung Hyun, eds. Im Kwon-Taek: the making of a Korean national cinema. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2002. 294p. (Contemporary film and television series) 107-133. Langson Library PN1998.3.I42 I47 2002

위험한여자 젠더와한국의민족주의 서울시: 삼인, 2001. Langson East Asian HQ1765.5 .D3617 2001

The politics of war memories toward healing [Korean comfort women]. In: Fujitani, T.; White, Geoffrey M.; Yoneyama, Lisa, eds. Perilous memories: the Asia-Pacific war(s). Durham, N.C.; London: Duke University Press, 2001. vi, 462p. 395-409. Langson Library DS777.53 .P44 2001

Post - colonial classics of Korean Cinema. Irvine, Calif. : Korean Film Festival Committee at the University of California, Irvine, 1998. Langson Library PN1993.42.K6 P67 1998

Dangerous Women: Gender and Korean Nationalism. Co-editor. Routledge, 1998. Langson Library HQ1765.5 .D36 1998

Hegemony and shamanism: the state, the elite, and shamans in contemporary Korea. In: Lancaster, Lewis R.; Payne, Richard K., eds. Religion and society in contemporary Korea. Berkeley, Calif.: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, 1997. 282p. 19-48. Langson Library BL2234 .R45 1997

The discourse of decolonization and popular memory: South Korea. In: Barlow, Tani E., ed. Formations of colonial modernity in East Asia. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1997. vi, 453p. 349-372. Langson Library DS509.3 .F57 1997

Transnational capitalism, national imaginary, and the protest theater in South Korea. Boundary 2: An International Journal of Literature and Culture (Durham, NC) v.22, no.1 (Spr 1995) 235-261. Langson Bound Periodicals PN2 .B6  v.22 no.3 1995

The minjung culture movement and the construction of popular culture in Korea. In: Wells, Kenneth M., ed. South Korea's minjung movement: the culture and politics of dissidence. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1995. 247p. (Studies from the Center for Korean Studies.) 105-118. Langson Library DS922.25 .S68 1995

Immigrant mentality [Korean Americans]. In: Totten, George Oakley; Schockman, H. Eric, eds. Community in crisis: the Korean American community after the Los Angeles civil unrest of April 1992. Los Angeles: Center for Multiethnic and Transnational Studies, University of Southern California, 1994. 302p. 21-23. Langson Library F869.L89 K624 1994

 The recruitment of shamans in Korea: the symbiosis between cultural idioms and performing arts. In: Hoppal, Mihaly; Sadovszky, Otto von, eds. Shamanism past and present. Los Angeles: Fullerton International Society for Trans-Oceanic Research; Budapest: Ethnographic Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1989. 409p. 283-295. Langson Library BL2370.S5 S4915 1989

Kyung-hyun Kim 김경현

Masculinity on Screen : Understanding Korean Society and Masculinity through Films. Seoul: Korean Film Archive, 2017. Langson Library PN1993.5.K6 .M37 2017

The Korean Popular Culture Reader. (ed.).  Durham : Duke University Press, 2014. Langson Library DS916.27 .K68 2014

잃어버린 G를 찾아서 (a novel). 서울: 서울셀렉션, 2014. Available in Langson Library East Asian Collection

Virtual hallyu : Korean cinema of the global era. Durham [N.C.] : Duke University Press, 2011. Langson Library PN1993.5.K6 K52424 2011

The transnational constitution of Im Kwon-Taek's Minjok cinema in Chokpo, Sŏpʼyŏnje, and Chʼwihwasŏn. Journal of Korean Studies, v.16, no.2 (Fall 2011) p. 231-248. Available online

Death, eroticism, and virtual nationalism in the films of Hong Sangsoo. Azalea: Journal of Korean Literature and Culture, 3 (2010) p. 135-170. Available online

'Tell the kitchen that there's too much buchu in the dumpling': reading Park Chan-wook's 'unknowable' Old Boy. Korea Journal (Seoul) 46, no.1 (Spr 2006) 84-108. Langson Bound Periodicals DS901 .K7 v.46 no.1-2 2006

임권택 민족영화만들기. 파주시: 한울, 2005.  Langson East Asian PN1998.3.I42 I4717 2005

Lethal work: domestic space and gender troubles in Happy End and The Housemaid. In: McHugh, Kathleen; Abelmann, Nancy, eds. South Korea golden age melodrama: gender, genre, and national cinema. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2005. vii, 262p. (Contemporary approaches to film and television series) 201-228. Langson Library PN1993.5.K6 S68 2005

The awkward traveler in Turning Gate [film by Hong Sang-su].In: Shin, Chi-Yun; Stringer, Julian, eds. New Korean cinema. Washington Square, N.Y.: New York University Press, 2005. xi, 234p. 170-179. Langson Library PN1993.5.K6 N49 2005 

The Remasculinization of Korean Cinema. Duke University Press, 2004. Langson Library PN1993.5.K6 K524 2004

Im Kwon-taek : the making of a Korean national cinema(co-ed.). Detroit : Wayne State University Press, 2002. Langson Library PN1998.3.I42 I47 2002

Im Kwon-Taek filmography. In: James, David E.; Kim, Kyung Hyun, eds. Im Kwon-Taek: the making of a Korean national cinema. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2002. 294p. (Contemporary film and television series) 271-273. Langson Library PN1998.3.I42 I47 2002

Asia Pacific cinema.(co-ed.). Positions: East Asia Culture Critique, vol.9, no.2 (2001). Langson Bound Periodicals DS501.P67  v.9 2001; Also Available online http://uclibs.org/PID/663

Is this how the war is remembered? Deceptive sex and the re-masculinized nation in The Taebaek Mountains. In: James, David E.; Kim, Kyung Hyun, eds. Im Kwon-Taek: the making of a Korean national cinema. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2002. 294p. (Contemporary film and television series) 197-222. Langson Library PN1998.3.I42 I47 2002

Korea: political and cultural events, 1876 to 2000. In: James, David E.; Kim, Kyung Hyun, eds.Im Kwon-Taek: the making of a Korean national cinema. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2002. 294p. (Contemporary film and television series) 267-270. Langson Library PN1998.3.I42 I47 2002

Post-trauma and historical remembrance in recent South Korean cinema: reading Park Kwang-su's 'A Single Spark' (1995) and Chang Son-su's 'A Petal' (1996). Cinema Journal (Austin, TX) 41, no.4 (Sum 2002) 95-115. Available online http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/cinema_journal/

Male crisis in new Korean cinema: reading the early films of Park Kwang-su [Chilsu and Mansu; Black Republic; Berlin Report; To the Starry Island; A Single Spark]. Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique (Durham, NC) 9, no.2 (Fall 2001) 369-399. Langson Bound Periodicals DS501 .P67  v.9 2001   

The fractured cinema of North Korea: the discourse of the nation in Sea of Blood. In: Tang, Xiaobing; Snyder, Stephen, eds. In pursuit of contemporary East Asian culture. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1996. 227p. 85-106. Langson Library DS509.3 .I5 1996

Serk-Bae Suh 서석배

"A False Martyr's Wager: Yi Kwangsu and Colonial Collaboration." In Charles R. Kim, Jungwon Kim, Hwasook Nam, and Serk-Bae Suh (Eds.), Beyond Death: The Politics of Suicide and Martyrdom in Korea. University of Washington Press, 2019. on-order

Colonialism, Translation, Literature: Takahama Kyoshi’s Passage to Korea. In H. Shirane, D. Lurie, T. Suzuki (Eds.), Cambridge History of Japanese Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016 Available in Langson Library PL716 .C36 2016 

The current state of Korean literary studies in the United States: brief observations [focuses on four books in Korean literary studies--by Kelly Jeong, Jin-kyung Lee, Theodore Hughes, and Christopher Hanscom]. In:  Center for International Affairs, ed. Intellectual and institutional Trends of Korean Studies in North America 2013. Seongnam-Si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea: Academy of Korean Studies Press, 2014, pp. 45-53

Treacherous Translation: Culture, Nationalism, and Colonialism in Korea and Japan from the 1910s to the 1960s Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2013. Langson Library P306.8.K6 S94 2013

"The location of 'Korea' culture: Ch'oe Chaeso and Korean literature in a time of transition" the Journal of Asian Studies, v.70 no.1 (Febrary 2011): 53-76. Available online http://openurl.cdlib.org/?sid=SCP:SCP&genre=article&__char_set=utf8&issn=0021-9118

“Treacherous Translation: the 1938 Japanese-Language Theatrical Version of the Korean Tale Ch’unhyangjon” Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique.  v.18 no.1 (Spring 2010): 171-197. Langson Bound Periodicals DS501 .P67

“Ponyok, Yulli, keorigo Sinminji eonseol e kwanhan Pip’an Hana 번역, 윤리, 그리고 식민지 언설에 관한 비판 하나”(Translation, Ethics and a Critique of Colonialism),Sai(In-between), 2(May 2007): 227-248.

단일 언어 사회를 향해(Toward a Monolingual Society), 한국문학연구(Korean Literary Study), 29 (December 2005): 185-219. Available in online

"A False Martyr's Wager: Yi Kwangsu and Colonial Collaboration." In Charles R. Kim, Jungwon Kim, Hwasook Nam, and Serk-Bae Suh (Eds.), Beyond Death: The Politics of Suicide and Martyrdom in Korea. (University of Washington Press, 2019)

“Oh Jesus, Now Here with Us”: Literary Christology in 1970s and 1980s South Korea.” In Youngju Ryu ed. Cultures of Yusin (University of Michigan Press, 2018)

Eleana Kim

“Natural-born Aliens: Transnational Adoptees and U.S. Citizenship.” Adoption & Culture 7(2), 2019: 257-279. Available online

“Metabolic Relations: Korean Red Ginseng and the Ecologies of Modern Life.” How Nature Works: Rethinking Labor on a Troubled Planet. Sarah Besky and Alex Blanchette, eds. SAR Press, 2019, pp.115-130. on-order

“My Folder is Not a Person: Kinship Knowledge, State Power, and the Adoption File.” Invited contribution to the Cambridge Handbook of Kinship, Sandra Bamford, editor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. on-order

“Invasive Others and Significant Others: Strange Kinship and Interspecies Ethics Near the Korean Demilitarized Zone” Social Research Journal: An International Quarterly 84(1), 2017: 203-220 Available online

Toward an Anthropology of Landmines: Rogue Infrastructures and Military Waste in the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Cultural Anthropology 31(2) (2016): 162-187. Available in online

“Transnational Adoption and Im(Possible) Lives.” In Living and Dying in the Contemporary World: A Compendium. Clara Han and Veena Das, eds. Oakland : University of California Press, 2016. xiv, 876p. available in online

“Beyond Motherlands and Mother Love: Locating Korean Adoptees in Global Korea.” In Multiethnic Korea? Multiculturalism, Migration, and Peoplehood Diversity in Contemporary South Korea. John Lie, ed. Berkeley : University of California Press, 2015. xiii, 344p.

“The Flight of Cranes: Militarized Nature at the North Korea-South Korea Border.” In Asian Environments: Connections across Borders, Landscapes, and Times. Edited by Ursula Münster, Shiho Satsuka, and Gunnel Cederlöf, Munich : RCC Perspectives (The Journal of the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society), 2014. Ill, 103p. no. 3, 65-70. Available in online

“Producing Missing Persons: Korean Adoptee Artists Imagining (Im)Possible Lives.” In War Baby/Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American Art. Wei-Ming Dariotis and Laura Kina, eds. Seattle : University of Washington Press, 2013. xviii, 292p. Available in Langson Library N6538.A83 W37 2013

 “Making Peace with Nature: The Greening of the Korean Demilitarized Zone,” ENGAGEMENT, the blog of the Anthropology and Environment Society of the American Anthropological Association, 2013

“Returning Cranes to North Korea.”  In “The Ecologic and the Politic, Nature and the Natural ––A Virtual Symposium Exploring the North Korean Environmental.” Edited by Robert Winstanley-Chesters. SINO-NK: Northeast Asia with a China-North Korea Focus., 2012

Human Capital: Transnational Korean Adoptees and the Neoliberal Logic of Return. Journal of Korean Studies 17(2) (2012): 299-327. Available in online

Seeing Double : Korean Adoptees and Dual citizenship. 전남대학교 세계한상문화연구단 국제학술회의 (2011): 43-50. Available in online

Adopted Territory: Transnational Korean Adoptees and the Politics of Belonging. London: Duke University Press, 2010. Available in Langson Library HV875.5 .K49 2010 

The Origins of Korean Adoption : Cold War Geopolitics and Intimated Diplomacy. Washington: U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS, Johns Hopkins, 2009. Available in online

Our Adoptee, Our Alien: Transnational Adoptees as Specters of Foreignness and Family in South Korea. Anthropological Quarterly 80(2) (2007). Available in online

Wedding Citizenship and Culture: Korean Adoptees and the Global Family of Korea. Social Text 74, 2003. Available in online

Korean Adoptee Auto-Ethnography: Refashioning Self, Family, and Finding Community. Visual Anthropology Review 16(1), 2001. Available in online

David Fedman

Seeds of Control : Japan’s Empire of Forestry in Colonial Korea  / David Fedman. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2020. Langson Library SD235.K6 F43 2020; also available online

“Hotly Debated Ice: Scholar Alpinism and the Great Glacier Controversy in Modern Japan.” Historical studies in the natural sciences 49.3 (2019): 273–299. (first author) Available online

“Wartime Forestry and the ‘Low Temperature Lifestyle’ in Late Colonial Korea, 1937–1945.” The Journal of Asian studies 77.2 (2018): 333–350. Available online

“The Ondol Problem and the Politics of Forest Conservation in Colonial Korea.” Journal of Korean studies (Seattle, Wash. : 1979) 23.1 (2018): 25–64.  Available online
     
“Visions of a New Order in the Asia Pacific,” in Kären Wigen, Cary Karacas, and Sugimoto Fumiko, eds., Cartographic Japan: A History in Maps (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2016), 182-185. Langson Library GA1241 .C37 2016
     
Co-author (with Cary Karacas), “Blackened Cities, Blackened Maps,” in Kären Wigen, Cary Karacas, and Sugimoto Fumiko, eds., Cartographic Japan: A History in Maps, (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2016), 190-193. Langson Library GA1241 .C37 2016
 
"Mapping Armageddon: The Cartography of Ruin in Occupied Japan," The Portolan Journal of the Washington Map Society, Vol. 92 (Spring 2015), 7-29. [Awarded the Dr. Walter Ristow Prize for Academic Achievement in the History of Cartography by the Washington Map Society]
     
Co-author (with Cary Karacas), “The Optics of Urban Ruination: Toward an Archeological Approach to the Photography of the Japan Air Raids,” Journal of Urban History, Vol. 40, No. 5 (2014), 959-984. available in online

“Triangulating Chōsen: Maps, Mapmaking, and the Land Survey in Colonial Korea.” Cross-currents (Honolulu, Hawaii) 2 (2012): 74–101.Available online

Co-author (with Cary Karacas), “A Cartographic Fade to Black: Mapping the Destruction of Urban Japan during World War II,” Journal of Historical Geography, Vol. 38 (2012), 306-328. [Awarded the 2013 Journal of Historical Geography Prize]. available in online
     
"Mounting Modernization: Itakura Katsunobu, the Hokkaido University Alpine Club and Mountaineering in Pre-War Japan,” The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 40, No. 3, October, 2009.

Laura Kang

Traffic in Asian Women (Duke University Press, 2020). available in online

“Surveillance and the Work of Anti-Trafficking: From Compulsory Examination to International Coordination,” in Feminist Surveillance Studies, ed. Rachel E. Dubrofsky and Shoshana Magnet (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2015): 39-57. available in online

"Introduction: Sex," in A Companion to Contemporary Documentary Film, eds. Alisa Lebow and Alexandra Juhasz (Blackwell, 2015): 209-216. Available online

"Late (Global) Capital," in The Routledge Companion to Asian American & Pacific Islander Literature, ed. Rachel C. Lee (Routledge, 2014): 301-314. available in online

"The Uses of Asianization: Figuring Crises, 1997-8 and 2007-?," American Quarterly, v64, n3 (September 2012): 411-436. Special Issue on “Race, Empire and the Crisis of the Subprime.” Winner of the 2013 Best Special Issue Award from The Council of Editors of Learned Journals. available in online

"Si(gh)ting Asian/American Women as Transnational Labor," in Asian American Feminisms, ed. Leslie Bow (London: Routledge, 2012): 307-334. available in online

"Feminist Studies of Asian American Literary/Cultural Studies," in Feminist Studies, v33, n3 (Fall 2007): 518-538. available in online

"Epistemologies," in A Companion to Gender Studies, eds. Philomena Essed, David Goldberg, and Audrey Kobayashi (London: Blackwell, 2005): 73-86. Langson Library HQ1075 .C656 2005

Echoes upon Echoes: New Korean American Writings Co-edited with Elaine H. Kim (Temple University Press, 2003). available in online

"Conjuring ‘Comfort Women’: Mediated Affiliations and Disciplined Subjects in Korean/American Transnationality." Journal of Asian American Studies (February 2003): 25-55. available in online

Compositional Subjects: Enfiguring Asian/American Women (Duke University Press, 2002). available in online

"The Desiring of Asian Female Bodies: Interracial Romance and Cinematic Subjection," in Screening Asian Americans, ed. Peter X. Feng (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2002): 71-100. available in online

"Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s DICTEE," in Resource Guide to Asian American Literature, eds. Stephen H. Sumida and Sau-ling C. Wong. (New York: Modern Languages Association, 2001): 32-44. Langson Library Reference PS153.A84 R47 2001

"Missing Homelands and Korean/American Traversals: The Work of Art in the Time-Space of Diasporic Cultural Production," in KOREAMERICAKOREA. (Seoul, Korea: Artsonje Center, 2000): 90-95.Available from UCB

“Theresa Hak Kyung Cha.” ART (October 2000): 72-83.

“The Autobiographical Stagings of Jin-me Yoon,” in Jin-me Yoon: Between Departure and Arrival (Vancouver, BC: Western Front Gallery, 1998): 23-42.

"A Contending Pedagogy: Asian American Studies as Extracurricular Praxis," in Teaching Asian America: Diversity and the Problem of Community (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1998): 123-141. Langson Library E184.O6 T43 1998

"Si(gh)ting Asian/American Women as Transnational Labor." Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique 5.2 (Fall 1997): 403-437. available in online

Writing away here: a Korean/American anthology (Oakland, CA: Korean American Arts Festival Committee, 1994).  Available from other UCs  

“The 'Liberatory Voice' of Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's Dictee,”in: Writing self, writing nation : a collection of essays on Dictée by Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, eds Elaine H. Kim and Norma Alarcón. (Berkeley: Third Woman Press, 1994): 73–99.Langson Library PS3553.H13 D538 1994

"The Desiring of Asian Female Bodies: Interracial Romance and Cinematic Subjection," Visual Anthropology Review, 9 (1993): 5–21. available  online

Jerry Lee

Christopher Jenks & Jerry Won Lee (eds.). Forthcoming 2020. “World Englishes and Translanguaging.” Special issue of World Englishes.

Dovchin, Sender & Jerry Won Lee (eds.). 2019. “The Ordinariness of Translinguistics.” Special issue of International Journal of Multilingualism. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won Lee. Translinguistics : Negotiating Innovation & Ordinariness . 2019 New York: Routledge. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won. In press. The Politics of Translingualism: After Englishes. New York: Routledge. available in online

Jenks, Christopher J. & Jerry Won Lee, (eds.). 2017. Korean Englishes in Transnational Contexts. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won. 2017. “Semioscapes, Unbanality, and the Re-invention of Nationness: Global Korea as Nation-Space.” Verge: Studies in Global Asias (University of Minnesota Press) 3, no. 1. 107-136. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won & Christopher J. Jenks. 2016. “Doing Translingual Dispositions.” College Composition and Communication (NCTE) 68, no. 2. 317-344. available in online

Jenks, Christopher J. & Jerry Won Lee. 2016. “Heteroglossic Ideologies in World Englishes: An Examination of the Hong Kong Context.” International Journal of Applied Linguistics (Wiley) 26, no. 3. 384-402. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won. 2016. “Beyond Translingual Writing.” College English (NCTE) 79, no. 2. 174-195. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won. 2016. “The Politics of Intentionality in Englishes: Provincializing Capitalization.” Critical Inquiry in Language Studies (Routledge) 13, no. 1. 46-71. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won. 2014. “Transnational Linguistic Landscapes and the Transgression of Metadiscursive Regimes of Language.” Critical Inquiry in Language Studies (Routledge) 11, no. 1. 50-74. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won. 2014. “Legacies of Japanese Colonialism in the Rhetorical Constitution of South Korean National Identity.” National Identities (Routledge) 16, no. 1. 1-13. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won. 2013. “Rudy and the Hallucination of ‘Culture’ in James Joyce’s ULYSSES.” The Explicator (Routledge) 71, no. 4). 292-297. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won. 2012. “Commodifying Colonial Histories: Korea vs. Japan and the Re/Productions of Colonial Violence in the World Baseball Classic.” Journal of Sport & Social Issues (Sage) 36. no. 3. 231-244. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won. 2012. “Capital, Class, and Representations of Isabel/la in Keats’s ISABELLA.” The Explicator (Routledge) 70, no. 3. 183-186. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won & Christopher J. Jenks. 2017. “Mapping Korean Englishes in Transnational Contexts.” Korean Englishes in Transnational Contexts. Ed. Christopher J. Jenks & Jerry Won Lee. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. 1-19. available in online


Alvarez, Sara P., A. Suresh Canagarajah, Eunjeong Lee, Jerry Won Lee, & Shakil Rabbi. 2017. “Translingual Practice, Ethnic Identities, and Voice in Writing.” Crossing Divides: Exploring Translingual Writing Pedagogies and Programs. Ed. Bruce Horner & Laura Tetrault. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press. 31-47. available in online

Lee, Jerry Won. 2013. “Re/Framing Transnational Collective Memories: Dokdo/Takeshima, Korea/Japan.” Re/Framing Identifications. Ed. Michelle Ballif. Long Grove, NJ: Waveland Press. 142-147.

James Kyung-Jin Lee

“An Adopter and the Ends of Adoption.” Adoption & culture 6.2 (2018): 282–291. available online

Co-guest editor, word & image: russell c. leong (a special issue of Amerasia Journal 37.1 (2011). available online
  
"The Transitivity of Race and the Challenge of the Imagination." PMLA 123.5 (2008): 1550-6. available online

"Warfare, Asian American Literature, and Commitment." Amerasia 32.3 (2006): 79-87. available online

Urban Triage: Race and the Fictions of Multiculturalism. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2004. available online