Aaron Bae

Faculty Assoc
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
4302

Biography

I currently serve as a Lecturer in Asian Pacific American Studies for the School of Social Transformation here at ASU's Tempe campus. My current research focuses on multiracial alliances among internationalist radicals in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1960s and 1970s. More broadly, my research and teaching interests encompass an array of historical and contemporary topics, including social and political movements, im/migration, and imperialism and colonialism, often employing a global framework for the United States.

Education

Ph.D. in History, Arizona State University, 2016

M.A. in History & Archival Studies, Claremont Graduate University, 2011

B.A. in History and American Studies, Baylor University, 2008

Research Interests

20th century U.S. social movements, U.S. im/migration history, comparative migrations, comparative ethnic and racial histories/studies, imperialism and colonialism, internationalist radicalism, California and the U.S. West

Courses

Spring 2018
Course Number Course Title
APA 200 Intro/Asian Pacif Amer Studies
TCL 210 Intro to Ethnic Studies in US
APA 210 Intro to Ethnic Studies in US
JUS 210 Intro to Ethnic Studies in US
AFR 212 Intro to Ethnic Studies in US
APA 345 Asian Pacific Americans & Film
FMS 345 Asian Pacific Americans & Film
Fall 2017
Course Number Course Title
APA 200 Intro/Asian Pacif Amer Studies
Summer 2016
Course Number Course Title
HST 325 Immigration & Ethnicity in US
Fall 2015
Course Number Course Title
HST 109 United States to 1865
HST 325 Immigration & Ethnicity in US
Spring 2015
Course Number Course Title
HST 306 Studies in US History
Fall 2014
Course Number Course Title
HST 109 United States to 1865