Publications

Books

Migrant Crossings: Unsettling Witnessing of Asians and Latinas/os in the United States (Manuscript in Progress).

Invited co-editor with Layli Maparyan, Matt Richardson, and Anita Tijerina Revilla. Title to be determined. Third Woman Press, Texas. 2015. visit: http://www.thirdwomanpress.com/call-for-submissions-2014/

Articles and Book Chapters

An American Haunting: Unsettling Witnessing in Transnational Migration, the Ghost Case, & Human Trafficking.” Feminist Formations for the Special issue, Mobilizing Vulnerability: New Directions in Transnational Feminist
Studies & Human Rights, Co-edited by Dr. Wendy S. Hesford and Dr. Rachel Lewis. Volume 28, Issue 1 (spring 2016): 146- 165.

Project Muse; http://muse.jhu.edu/issue/34194

“Anti-Violence Iconographies of the Cage: Diasporan Crossings and the (Un)Tethering of Subjectivities.” Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies for the Special Issue “Transnational Feminisms.” Editors: Roberta Chevrette, Cricket Keating, Ann Hibner Koblitz, Karen Kuo, Charles T. Lee, and Heather Switzer, 2016.

Project MUSE http://bit.ly/1mCbAkW
JSTOR http://bit.ly/1ZNPGsZ

“‘The Jammed’: Representational Politics and Racialized Narratives of the Trafficked Asian Diaspora.” Changing Boundaries and Reshaping Itineraries in Asian American Literary Studies. Kuilan Liu and Elaine Kim, Eds. Nankai University Press, November 2014. Purchase.

Co-authored with Julietta Hua. “Calling the Consumer Activist, Consuming the Trafficking Subject: Call and Response and the Terms of Legibility.”  Documenting Gendered Violence. Lisa Cuklanz and Heather McIntosh, Eds.  2015. View online or Purchase.

Beyond Supply and DemandHuman Trafficking Reconsidered: Rethinking the Problem, Envisioning New Solutions. Kimberly Kay Hoang and Rhacel Salazar Parrenas, Eds. International Debate Education Association, 2014. To Order.

Co-authored with Cindy Liou, J.D. “Weaving Theory and Practice: Anti-Trafficking Partnerships and the Fourth ‘P’ in the Human Trafficking Paradigm.” Human Trafficking is Global Slavery. Program on Human Rights, Stanford University. 2012. http://iis-db.stanford.edu/pubs/23750/Liou%26Fukushima_Final_06_12.pdf.

“Beyond Moments of Disjuncture: The Visual Culture of the Sex Trafficked Asian (Woman).” Praxis (formerly Phoebe): Gender & Cultural Critiques. Vol. 20, No. 2, (SUNY, Oneonta, Fall 2008): 15 – 34. https://ojs.geneseo.edu/index.php/praxis/article/download/527/362

Book Reviews

“Book Review: The Anti-Slavery Project: From Slave Trade to Human Trafficking By Joel Quirk.” Societies Without Borders 9:1 (2014) 132-134.

Encyclopedia Entries

Intimate Relations Bundle: Anti-miscegenation laws, mixed race/ethnicity intimate relations, domestic violence, and LGBT communities. Race and Racism in the United States: An Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic. Charles Gallagher and Cameron Lippard, Eds. Greenwood Press, 2014.  To Order

“Korean Immigrant Women in America,” “Role of Asian Americans in Anti-Human Trafficking Movement,” and “Asian Americans and the Comfort Women Issue.” Asian Americans: An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History. Edward Park and Xiaojian Zhao, Eds. California: ABC-Clio, 2013. To Order

“Coerced Migration.” Slavery in the Modern World: A History of Political, Social and Economic Oppression. Junius P. Rodriguez, Ed. Reprint of “Coerced Migration” from Battleground: Immigration. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO, 2011. To Order

“Comfort Women.” The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Contemporary Asian American Issues Today. Edith Chen and Grace Yoo, Eds. Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2009. To Order

“Coerced Migration.” Battleground: Immigration. Judith Warner, Ed. Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2008. To Order

General Interest

Co-authored with Ayano Ginoza, Michiko Hase, Gwyn Kirk, and Taeva Shefler, “Disaster Militarism: Rethinking U.S. Relief in the Asia-Pacific” (Washington, DC: Foreign Policy In Focus, March 11, 2014). Accessible at FPIF. Republished with Asia Times Online, and the Nation.

Co-authored with Gwyn Kirk, “Military Sexual Violence: From Frontline to Fenceline” (Washington, DC: Foreign Policy In Focus, June 17, 2013). Also accessible on Alternet and FPIF

Co-authored with Ellen-rae Cachola, Lizelle Festejo, Annie Fukushima, Gwyn Kirk, and Sabina Perez. “Gender and U.S. Bases in Asia-Pacific” (Washington, DC: Foreign Policy in Focus, March 14, 2008). Accessible at FPIF.

Editorial

Co-Editor, Institute for Impossible Subjects, 2013 –

Co-Editor, Third Woman Press, 2013 –