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 transpacific 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 four countries: the United States, India, Philippines, 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)
CSP 5: Racial Violence in US History and Memory (Fall 2015)