Publications

Books

At Home in Exile: Finding Jesus Among My Ancestors and Refugee Neighbors, Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Press, 2016.

 

Sustaining Faith Traditions: Religion, Race, and Ethnicity among the Latino and Asian American Second Generation. Edited with Carolyn Chen, New York: New York University Press, 2012.

 

Faithful Generations: Race and New Asian American Churches, New Brunswick, NY: Rutgers University Press, 2004.

 

Film Documentary

Courses Taught

Professor Russell Jeung teaches the following courses in Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University:

  • Contemporary Asian Americans (AAS 211)
  • Chinese American Identities (AAS 323)
  • Asian Americans and Environmental Justice (AAS 587)
  • Asian Americans and Public Policy (AAS 595; AAS 865)
  • Asian American Community Changes and Development (AAS 681)
  • Critical Approaches to Asian American Studies (AAS 710)

Service

INM

Highlights

Board Member, Sogorea Te' Land Trust.

Delegate Member, Academic and Labor Delegation to Palestine, January 2014.

Publications

 

Books

Editor, Critically Sovereign: Indigenous Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies (Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2017). Available for preorder on amazon with an April 28 release date.

Courses

 

Fall 2016

AIS 205: American Indians and US Laws (on-line)

AIS 420: Native Feminism

 

Spring 2017 (Tentatively)

AIS 205: American Indians and US Laws (on-line)

AIS 420: Native Feminism

 

 

Previously Taught

AIS 100: Introduction to American Indian Studies

AIS 150: American Indians in United States History

AIS 205: American Indians and United States Laws

AIS 330: American Indian Law

Publications

Books, Book Chapters, and Articles

With Her Machete in Her Hand: Reading Chicana Lesbians. University of Texas (2006).

“Our Queer Kin.” Co-written with Luz Calvo. Gay Latino Studies: A Critical Reader, Ed. Michael Hames-García and Ernesto Javier Martinez. Duke University Press. (2011).

 “Do U Think I’m a Nasty Grrl?: The Apparition of Our Lady and the Embodiment of a Mujerista Theology,” Our Lady of Controversy. Ed. Alma Lopez and Alicia Gaspar de Alba. Austin: University of Texas Press. (2011)

Courses

FALL 2018

 

RRS 240: All Power to the People: Comparative Freedom Movements of the Sixties

ETHS 710: Theories and Issues in Ethnic Studies

 

PREVIOUS SEMESTERS

 

Undergraduate:

RRS 100: Introduction to Ethnic Studies

RRS 240: All Power to the People: Comparative Freedom Movements of the Sixties

RRS 250: Race, Ethnicity, and Power in America

RRS 252: Beyond Bars and Borders: Race and the Carceral State

RRS 350: Race, Labor, and the Class Struggle

Pages

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