Alice S. Yang

TitleStevenson Provost,
Associate Professor of History,
Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Pacific War Memories
DivisionHumanities Division
DepartmentHistory Department,
Stevenson College,
Critical Race and Ethnic Studies
AffiliationsAmerican Studies Department,
East Asian Studies,
Feminist Studies Department
Phone831-459-2328 (provost office),
831-459-1924 (message)
Email
FAX831-459-5058
Web Sitehttp://stevenson.ucsc.edu/ Stevenson webpage
http://cspwm.ucsc.edu/ Center for the Study of Pacific War Memories
OfficeStevenson Provost Office,
538 Humanities 1
Office Hourson sabbatical fall and winter 2014
Campus Mail StopStevenson College
Mail1156 High Street
Santa Cruz, CA
95064
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Research Interests

interdisciplinary and transnational research and teaching collaborations, memories of the War on Terror, patriotism, protest, civil and human rights

Biography, Education and Training

B.A., M.A.T. Brown University
M.A., Ph.D. Stanford University

Honors, Awards and Grants

National Endowment for the Humanities, Rockefeller Foundation, Civil Liberties Public Education Fund, the University of California Humanities Research Institute, the Pacific Rim Research Program, the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, and the Institute for Humanities Research

Selected Publications

Historical Memories of the Japanese American Internment and the Struggle for Redress (Stanford University Press, 2007)

Major Problems in Asian American History, co-editor (Houghton-Mifflin, 2003)

What Did the Internment of Japanese American during World War II Mean? (Bedford/St. Martin's and Macmillan, 2000)

“Eternal Flames: The Translingual Imperative in the Study of World War II Memories,” Problems and Methods in Recent American History (University of Georgia Press, 2011)

"Edison Uno: The Experience and the Legacy of the Japanese American Internment,” The Human Tradition in California (Scholarly Resources, Inc., 2002)

"Ilse Women and the Early Korean Community: Redefining the Origins of Feminist Empowerment." Korean American Women: Living in Two Cultures, Y. Song and A. Moon, eds. (Los Angeles and Taeju, Korea: Academia Koreana Keimyung University Press, 1997). Reprinted in Unequal Sisters: A Multicultural Reader in U.S. Women's History, 3rd ed. (Routledge, 2000)

"Oral History Research, Theory, and Asian American Studies." Amerasia Journal 26:1 (2000)

Selected Exhibitions

http://cspwm.ucsc.edu

Teaching Interests

World War II Memories, Asian American Pacific Islander History, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Historical Memory, Graduate Thesis Writing

Courses Taught

HIS 80Y, World War II Memories in the U.S. and Japan
HIS 106B, Asian and Asian American History, 1941-Present
HIS 194Y, Memories of WWII in the U.S. and Japan
HIS 201, Directed Research Colloquium

Advisees, Post Docs, Graduate Students, Researchers

Alicia M Romero