Eliza Noh
Office: H-312E
Phone: (657)278-2013
enoh@fullerton.edu

Eliza Noh, Ph.D.

Professor
Asian American Studies Program

Teaching interests:

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

Research interests:

Suicide among Asian American women, race, gender, coloniality, imperial transnationalism

Interview:

http://distance-ed.fullerton.edu/bbpresentations/Dom_Magwili/Professor_Eliza_Noh_Interview/player.html

Brief biography:

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.