Dr. Tung's interests include gender and globalization, Asian American women's history/contemporary (im)migration, and gender and race-ethnicity in popular culture. Her publications include articles on Filipina migrant domestic workers employed as live-in eldercare workers in California.
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Dr. Romesburg's interests include sexuality and gender in U.S. history, childhood and adolescence, transgender studies, race and sexuality, and queer performance and popular culture. Subjects that his scholarly publications address include male youth sex work, the social science and cultures of adolescence and homosexuality, the social history of queer performers, and male intimacy in popular culture.
Dr. McQuade’s research interests include reproductive politics, gender and race in U.S. public health, feminist interdisciplinary methodologies, U.S./Mexico border studies, and feminist, critical race, and queer theory. She has published on the history of parteras (midwives) in New Mexico, health along the U.S./Mexico border, and about the history of Jewish feminism and the bat mitzvah.