My monograph Race and Role: The Mixed-Race Asian Experience in American Drama from Rutgers University Press traces the shifting identities of multiracial Asian figures in theater from the late-nineteenth century to the present day. Mixed-Asian playwrights harness theater’s generative power to enact performances of “double liminality” and expose the absurd tenacity with which society clings to a tenuous racial scaffolding.
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Shape Shifters presents a wide-ranging array of essays that examine peoples of mixed racial identity. Shape Shifters explores these mixed-race identities as fluid, ambiguous, contingent, multiple, and malleable. This volume from the University of Nebraska Press expands our understandings of how individuals and ethnic groups identify themselves within their own sociohistorical contexts.
The Beiging of America is a thought-provoking collection of personal narratives that explore racial identity through the firsthand accounts of mixed-race people in the United States. My essay, "The White Wilderness" is featured in this anthology from 2Leaf Press and the University of Chicago Press.
This special issue of The Public Historian examines a collaborative effort between academics, community partners, public historians, and representatives from California State Parks to remove a memorial commemorating leading restrictionist and eugenicist, Madison Grant. My article, "Renaming the Unnamed: Memorial Groves in California State Parks" is one of six in this issue from University of California Press.