Eliza Noh
Office: H-312E
Phone: (657)278-2013

Eliza Noh, Ph.D.

Asian American Studies Department

Teaching interests:

Introduction to Ethnic Studies, Introduction to Asian Pacific American Studies, Research and Writing in Ethnic Studies, Ethnic Studies Senior Seminar, Asian American Women, Asian Pacific American Cultural Studies, Asian American Film and Video, Asian American Literature, Asian American Psychology, Asian Pacific American Transnationalisms

Research interests:

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



Brief biography:

Dr. Noh earned a doctoral degree in Ethnic Studies at UC Berkeley and a bachelor’s degree in women's studies at Columbia University. Before joining the faculty at CSUF, she was a postdoctoral fellow at UCLA's Institute of American Cultures, Asian American Studies Center. When she is not teaching Asian American studies or ethnic studies, she is teaching and practicing northern-style Shaolin martial arts, Guang Ping Yang Taiji, or Dayan Qigong.