Assistant Professor, History
Hong specializes in 20th-century US immigration and engagement with the world, comparative civil rights movements, and Asian American history
Education: B.A. Yale University; A.M., Brown University; A.M., Ph.D., Harvard University
Hong teaches courses in twentieth-century US history, immigration, US in the World, and Asian American history.
Her book manuscript in progress situates the trans-Pacific movement to repeal US Asian exclusion laws in the context of black civil rights struggles at home and American military intervention in a decolonizing Asia. A multi-archival study, the project draws upon research conducted in the United States, India, and South Korea.
HIST 102: United States Culture and Society II (Fall 2014, Spring 2015)
HIST 208: Immigrants in America, 1492 to the Present (Fall 2014)
HIST 209: The United States in the World since 1900 (Spring 2015)
Comparative Civil Rights Movements (Fall 2015)