Eliza Noh, Ph.D.
Asian American Studies Department
Asian American women, Asian American psychology, Asian American film and video, Research methods in Ethnic Studies, Introduction to Ethnic Studies, Asian American creative expressions, Asian Americans, imperialism & transnationalism, Asian American literature, Asian American sexuality
Suicide among Asian American women, race, gender, coloniality, imperial transnationalism
I earned my doctoral degree in Ethnic Studies from UC Berkeley and my bachelors degree in women's studies with a sociology concentration from Columbia University. Before I joined the faculty at CSUF, I was a postdoctoral fellow at UCLA's Institute of American Cultures, Asian American Studies Center. Currently, I serve on the CSUF Students of Concern, Suicide Prevention, and Vietnamese American Taskforces. When I'm not teaching Asian American Studies, I'm teaching and practicing Northern-style Shaolin martial arts, Guang Ping Yang Taiji, and Dayan Qigong.