Greg Choy, Lecturer

Ethnic Studies Department, Asian American Studies, Ethnic Studies, Announcements

Office: 540 Barrows
Phone: 642-9424
Office hours: Wednesdays and Fridays, 12:00-1:00PM


Ph.D. English, University of Washington
M.A., English, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
B.A., Liberal Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
A.A., Ventura College

Research interests

Comparative Multiethnic literature, Asian American literature, Education pedagogy


ES 100: Comparative Ethnic Literature in America

ES 130: The Making of Multicultural America: A Comparative Historical Perspective

ES 150: People of Mixed Racial Descent

ES 174: Ethnic Art and Artists

ES 175: Literature from Ethnic Movements

ES 176: Existential Panic in Ethnic Literature

ES 180: Special Topics: Constructions of Space and Place in Ethnic Literature

AsAmSt R2B: Reading and Composition

AsAmSt 172: Asian American Literature

AsAmSt 177: Remapping Modernity: Asian American Art and Artists in the 20th Century

AsAmSt 181: Chinese American Literature


Selected publications

The Asian American Literary Review: Generations 3.1 (Spring 2012). "Forum response" (8-11).

"Tribalism's Return: Bao Phi's Song I Sing" in Lantern Review Blog. Dec. 14, 2011.



Ethnic Studies Department
506 Barrows Hall #2570
Berkeley, CA 94720-2570
510-642-6456 fax

Office Hours: Mon - Thurs 9-12, 1-4, Fri 9-12