Community Based Participatory Research

Professor Jeung has conducted extensive community-based, participatory research with his students. These projects include



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)




Board Member, Sogorea Te' Land Trust.

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




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.



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


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)


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