Mimi Khúc, PhD
MA Religious Studies, University of California Santa Barbara, 2006.
PhD Religious Studies & Feminist Studies, University of California Santa Barbara, 2013.
Research and Publications
2017 “Where the History Books End: Religion and Vietnamese America in the Afterlife of the Vietnam War,” Asian American Religions in the 21st Century, University of Hawai’i Press, forthcoming.
2016 “(Un)Making Mothers, Orphans, and Transnational Adoptees: The Afterlife of the Vietnam War in Aimee Phan's We Should Never Meet.” Critical Theology Against U.S. Militarism in Asia: Decolonization and Deimperialization, Palgrave Macmillan.
2014 “What It Means to Love Mothers.” Briarpatch Magazine (July/August 2014).
2013 “Living Under Siege.” Black Girl Dangerous.
2013 “Postpartum Depression: On Motherhood, Academia, and Mental Health.” The Professor Is In.
- AAST398E: Growing Up Asian American: The Asian Immigrant Family and the Second Generation
- AAST398A: Vietnamese American Studies
- AAST398L: Asian Americans in Film
- AAST398V: Women of Color Feminisms and Solidarities
- AAST###: Asian American Mental Health
- RELS216/289i: What is Religion?