Mark Chiang and Michael Jin Publishes “Introduction to Global Asian Studies and Pedagogical Practice”
Mark Chiang and Michael Jin made contributions to a conversation on “The Problems and Possibilities of Global Asias Pedagogy” that is an Q&A feature convened by Verge: Studies in Global Asias. They wrote a two-part piece entitled “Introduction to Global Asian Studies and Pedagogical Practice” that describe their intellectual trajectories and pedagogies in developing and teaching GLAS 100: Introduction to Global Asian Studies to reflect the intellectual and programmatic mission of GLAS to broaden and expand what “Asia” represents.
Check it out here: Verge: Studies in Global Asias, volume 9, Issue 1, Spring 2023; https://muse.jhu.edu/pub/23/article/883183
Mark Chiang holds a joint appointment in Global Asian Studies and English. His current research focuses on intersections of the cultural and economic fields, as these are alternatively construed in the sociological and anthropological traditions, and how they can help to illuminate the intertwining dynamics of race and class in Asian American literary production, as well as the role of cultural production in current struggles over economic relations.
Michael R. Jin is an Associate Professor of Global Asian Studies and History. His areas of specialization include migration and diaspora studies, Asian American history, transnational Asia and the Pacific world, critical race and ethnic studies, and the history of the American West.