Madeline Y. Hsu
Associate Professor — Ph.D., Yale University, 1996
Associate Professor; Director, Center for Asian American Studies
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 512-232-9469
- Office: GAR 3.222
- Office Hours: SPRING 2013: MW 2-3:30
- Campus Mail Code: A2200
- AAS 325/ HIS 350L: Chinese in Diaspora - W
- AAS 325/ HIS 340S/ ANS 340S: Chinese in the U.S. - W
- AAS 325/ HIS 364G/ ANS 361: Taiwan: Colonization, Migration, Identity - W
2002 Association for Asian American Studies History Book Award for Dreaming of Gold, Dreaming of Home: Transnationalism and Migration Between the United States and Southern China, 1882-1943 (Stanford University Press, 2000)
RAISE Awareness Award, Asian/Asian American Faculty Staff Association, UT Austin, 2009.
HNN Leading Young Historian, 2007
Hsu, M. (2009) Domesticating the Yellow Peril: Students and Changing Perceptions of the Indigestibility of Chinese Immigrants, 1905-1950. In V. Kuneman & R. Mayer (Eds.), Transpacific Interactions: The United States and China, 1880-1950. New York: Palgrave Macmillan Press.
Hsu, M. (2008) Chinese Americans and the Politics of Race and Culture. Temple University Press.
Hsu, M. (2008, August) Chinese Transnational Networks. Pacific Affairs 81(2).