Chong Ali Moua

cmoua3@wisc.edu

Field:
U.S. History/Asian American History/Hmong History

Advisor:
Cindy I-Fen Cheng

MA Title:
"Writing Into Being: Constructing the Hmong Subject in Kao Kalia Yang's ‘The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir'"

Working Dissertation Title:
"Refugee Cosmopolitanism: Hmong Refugeeism and a Critical Stateless Perspective"

Research Interests:
My research interests center around the question of how immigration, race, gender, and citizenship produce discourses of cultural and national belonging in 20th century U.S. history. In particular, I focus on how Asian Americans, particularly Hmong Americans, create themselves as intelligible subjects through the production of cultural artifacts, community spaces, and literature.

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