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Graduate Students

David Pham


Asian American Literary and Cultural Studies; Queer of Color Critique; Gender and Sexuality Studies, Women of Color Feminisms; Visual Culture; Theories of Racialized Subjectivity



Bio & Research Interests

David is a PhD candidate in the Department of Ethnic Studies and a recipient of the Chancellor’s Fellowship. He holds an MA in Ethnic Studies (2019) from the department and an AB in Sociology (2017) from Vassar College.

His research interests include: Asian American literary and cultural studies; queer of color critique; gender and sexuality studies, women of color feminisms; visual culture; theories of racialized subjectivity.

Courses Assisted

Fall 2019 & Fall 2020, LGBT 20AC: Introduction to Critical Trans/Queer Studies

Summer 2020, ES 122 AC: Race and Ethnicity in Contemporary American Films

Spring 2019, AAADS 20A: Introduction to the History of Asians in the United States