I am a scholar activist. You may find more about me by also visiting me at University of Utah.
Or also may find out more about my project with the Institute of (Im)Possible Subjects in collaboration with the Center for Art Design & Social Research and our website – Migratory Times.
Highlights over the years…
Fantone, L. & Fukushima, A.I. (2018). “Desires of Belonging and Betrayals: Narratives of “coming out” and the Terms of Recognition in (Un)Documented Migrants.” VOCI (Voices): Human Sciences Semi-Annual. Special issue of sexuality: 30 – 55.
Morris, K. & Fukushima, A. (2018). Grant Management Toolkit: Building Sustainable Anti-Trafficking Programs. Office on Trafficking in Persons: Administration for Children & Families and the National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center. https://www.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/otip/final_grant_management_toolkit_building_sustainable_anti.pdf, February 2018.
Fukushima A.I. (2017). “Human Trafficking.” Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks, Gender: War. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference, USA. Published, 09/27/2017.
Senator, Academic Senator, School for Cultural & Social Transformation. 2017 – 2018.
Fukushima, A.I. (2016). An American Haunting: Unsettling Witnessing in Transnational Migration, the Ghost Case, & Human Trafficking (W.S. Hesford and R. Lewis, Eds). Feminist Formations, Special issue, Mobilizing Vulnerability: New Directions in Transnational Feminist Studies & Human Rights 28(1): 146 – 165.
Fukushima A.I., Guest Contributor. (2016). “Why should human trafficking be countered through a critical human rights approach?” In John Vanek (Ed.), The Essential Abolitionist: What You Need to Know About Human Trafficking & Modern Slavery. Published
Secretary / Treasurer, American Sociological Association Section on Human Rights (2016 – 2019)
Fruits of labor as the Conference Co-Chair – Freedom Network USA conferences 2016 and 2017.
Fukushima, A.I. & Hua, J. (2015). “Calling the Consumer Activist, Consuming the Trafficking Subject: Call and Response and the Terms of Legibility.” In L. Cuklanz and H. McIntosh (Eds.), Documenting Gendered Violence (pp. 45 – 66). New York, New York: Bloomsbury Publishing.
Fukushima, A.I. (2015). Anti-Violence Iconographies of the Cage: Diasporan Crossings and the (Un)Tethering of Subjectivities (R. Chevrette, C. Keating, A.H. Koblitz, K. Kuo, C.T. Lee, and H. Switzer, Eds.). Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies for the Special Issue on Transnational Feminisms 36(3). Project MUSE http://bit.ly/1mCbAkW JSTOR http://bit.ly/1ZNPGsZ.
Join the Faculty of University of Utah as dually appointed Assistant Professor in the Ethnic Studies Program and the College of Social Work.
Fukushima, A.I. (2014). “Beyond Supply & Demand: The Limitations of End Demand-Strategies.” In K.K. Hoang and R.S. Parrenas (Eds.), Human Trafficking Reconsidered: Rethinking the Problem, Envisioning New Solutions (pp. 91 – 101). International Debate Education Association. Published, 06/2014.
Fukushima, A.I. (2014). Anti-miscegenation laws; Mixed race/ethnicity Intimate relations; Domestic violence; and LGBT communities. In C.A. Gallagher and C.D. Lippard (Eds.), Race and Racism in the United States: An Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic (pp. 63 – 64; pp. 366 – 368).Santa Barbara, California: ABC-Clio/Greenwood Press.
Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Research on Women and Department of Women’s & Gender Studies, Rutgers University (2013 – 2015).
Fukushima, A.I. (2013). Korean Immigrant Women in America; Role of Asian Americans in Anti-Human Trafficking Movement; Asian Americans and the Comfort Women Issue. In E.J.W. Park and X. Zhao, Eds. Asian Americans: An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History (pp 709 – 712; pp. 68 – 70; pp. 330-333). California: ABC-Clio
Fukushima, A.I., Ginoza, A., Hase, M., Kirk, G., & Shefler, T. (March 11, 2014). Disaster Militarism: Rethinking U.S. Relief in the Asia-Pacific. Foreign Policy in Focus, Washington, DC
Earned Doctoral Degree from University of California, Berkeley – Ph.D. in Ethnic Studies with a Designated Emphasis in Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies.