Asian American Women's Literature : A literary meditation on sexual violence in wartime.
Introduction to Asian American Literature 5 : An historically-structured survey course. She argues, too, the grievous costs of this capitalist venture: a daughterly subjectivity trained by masochism into self-destruction.
Ninh argues that the immigrant family unit is structured by an economic and political investment in the American capitalist system, and driven by its dedication profitably to raise the model minority. Comparative Ethnic American Literature : This course, nicknamed "dating in rape culture," re literature alongside film and other media on the themes of beauty and romance, through gender and race.
Associate Professor. Deed for the upper-division student who has already mastered the mechanics of argumentative essay writing, as offered by the Writing Program, and who would write with professional polish.
Specialization : Ph. Ninh is also affiliate faculty in Feminist Studies and Comparative Literature. Vietnamese American Experience EE : A course looking at the production of historical and cultural narratives about Vietnamese American experience. University of California, Santa Barbara.
The book takes a long look at intergenerational conflict, but under the harsh lights of post-structuralist and cultural-materialist analyses. A crossover book, it takes an interdisciplinary approach to the question "How does it feel to be model minority?
What debates do second-generation Vietnamese Americans navigate, and how do they choose the stories they themselves tell? Asian American Academic Rhetoric : A workshop devoted to honing academic writing skills.
No overriding add codes will be available until the second week of classes. Asian American and comparative ethnic literatures, women's literature, feminist studies, cultural studies, family and intergenerational conflict, power and subject formation, gender and the embodied subject, critical mental health, sexual violence. Taipei: Bookman, Please note errrata: p.
Her research centers on the model minority as racialization and subject formation.
Temple University Press, Fall New York University Press, March Translated by Su-ching Huang. Her courses include a lower-division survey of Asian American literature and upper-division courses in Asian American fiction mysteriesVietnamese American experience, and academic writing skills. Throughlines in her writing and teaching are the subtleties of power, harm, and subject formation, whether in the contexts of terror and war, of family and immigration, or of gendering and rape culture.