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Hanover, NH 03755
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Faculty Connections

In 2012, Dartmouth was ranked number one in undergraduate teaching by US News and World Report; for the fourth consecutive year. The Office of Pan Asian Student Advising prioritizes and deeply values faculty allies as a critical component to supporting our students' success. The following are just a handful of Dartmouth faculty members who serve as invaluable mentors and connections to our Pan Asian community.

Aimee S. Bahng

Assistant Professor of English

Ph.D. Literature, University of California at San Diego

Research interests include transnational Asian American studies, U.S. ethnic literatures and cultures, comparative studies of race, gender, and sexuality studies, and cinema studies in film technologies. During her time at Dartmouth Professor Bahng has taught Contemporary American Fiction and Contemporary Asian American Literature and Culture.

Professor Aimee S. Bahng

Woon-Ping Chin

Visiting Professor of English

Ph.D. English, University of Toledo

Primary interests are Asian American literature, East-West literary relations, postcolonial Southeast Asian literature, feminist theory and performance. Professor Chin also identifies as a poet, translator, playwright, and performance artist. She has taught Asian American Poetry, Asian American Performance, Gender and Sexuality in Asian American Literature, Creative Writing, Asian Performance Traditions, Magic and Supernaturalism in Asian Literature and Film, Media and Society in Asia, as well as Buddhism in American Literature at Dartmouth.

Professor Woon-Ping Chin

Richard A. Wright

Orvil Dryfoos Professor of Geography and Public Affairs

Ph.D. Geography, Indiana University

Research interests center on how immigrants fit into U.S. society. With long-term collaborator, Mark Ellis (University of Washington), Professor Wright addresses this question in several ways. He studies the labor market interactions of immigrants and migrants in and between the major metropolitan areas and regions of the United States. His research features the deeply segmented nature of these labor markets and the limited interaction between the foreign born and the native born.

 Professor Richard Wright

Soo Sunny Park

Associate Professor of Studio Art

MFA in Sculpture, Cranbrook Academy of Art

Areas of expertise include sculpture, installation art, mixed media, and drawing.

 Professor Soo Sunny Park

Melissa Zeiger

Associate Professor of English

Ph.D. English, Cornell University

Academic interests include immigrant writing, feminist theory, politics of the love lyric, women's poetry, AIDS and breast cancer literature and theory, feminist criticms, African American women's fiction, and cultural memory theory. Professor Zeiger has taught Immigrant Women's Writing in America, American Women's Poetry, and offered classes on Jewish and Asian American Literature at Dartmouth.

 Professor Melissa Zeiger

Last Updated: 2/6/14