Ph.D. - American Studies
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Recent SubmissionsEVERYDAY EMPIRE: HOW HOLLYWOOD NORMALIZED U.S. POLICIES OF PRIVILEGE IN HAWAIʻI FATHER NURTURES BEST: NEOLIBERAL MELODRAMA OF BESET NURTURING FATHRHOOD IN THE LATE TWENTIETH CENTURY Bangkok is Burning: Queer Cultural Productions of Thainess in Diaspora. Playing the Games: Diasporic Identity, Athletic Entrepreneurialism, and Elodie Li Yuk Lo's Journey to the Olympics. Performances in Swing: A Cultural History of Women Singers of Big Bands, 1930s-1950s. Steeling the Butterfly: The Imperial Constructions of Imelda Marcos 1966-1990. Mixed Race Capital: Cultural Producers and Asian American Mixed Race Identity from the Late Nineteenth to Twentieth Century. The Martial Arts and American Popular Media. Imagining Kinship and Rearticulating Immigration: Transnational Adoption from China from 1882 to the Present. Hawai'i's Women's Prison: The Role of the Kailua Prison Writing Project and the Prison Monologues as Expressive Pu'uhonua. view more...