Contact Dr. Mai Moua, Chief Operating Officer at Hmong American Partnership, for
information about these and other research-related resources.
Potts, M. (2011). “The Serfs of Arkansas: Immigrant Farmers are Flocking to the Poultry Industry – Only to Become 21st Century Sharecroppers for Companies like Tyson.” The American Prospect, Volume 22 (3)(April 2011).
Takei, I. and A. Sakamoto. (2011). “Poverty Among Asian Americans in the 21st Century.” Sociological Perspectives 54(2): 251-276.
Allen, R. and E.G. Goetz. (2010). “Nativity, Ethnicity, and Residential Relocation: The Experience of Hmong Refugees and African Americans Displaced from Public Housing.” Journal of Urban Affairs 32(3):321-344.
Ngo, B. (2010). “Doing ‘Diversity’ at Dynamic High: Problems and Possibilities of Multicultural Education in Practice.” Education and Urban Society 42(4): 473-495.
Schein L. and B. Vang. (2010). "Gran Torino's Hmong Lead Bee Vang on Film, Race, and Masculinity: Conversations with Louisa Schein, Spring 2010." Hmong Studies Journal, 11: 1-11.
Vang, C.Y. (2010). Hmong America: Reconstructing Community in Diaspora. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press.
Xiong, Y.S. (2010). “State Mandated Language Classification: A Study of Hmong American Students’Access to College-Preparatory Curricula.” AAPI Nexus 8(1): 17-42.
Hein, J. and C.D. Moore. (2009). “Race Relations Stories: How Southeast Asian Refugees Interpret the Ancestral Narration of Black and White Peers.” Social Psychology Quarterly 72(1): 9-23.
Lee, P. (2009). Racial Assimilation and Popular Culture: Hmong Youth (Sub)cultures and the Persistance of the Color Line. PhD Dissertation, University of Minnesota.
Schein, L. and V.M. Thoj. (2009). "Gran Torino's Boys and Men with Guns: Hmong Perspectives." Hmong Studies Journal, Volume 9: 1-52.
Bengston, D.N., Schermann, M., Moua, M., and Lee, T.T. (2008). "Listening to Neglected Voices: Hmong and Public Lands in Minnesota and Wisconsin."Society & Natural Resources, Nov/Dec2008 21(10): 876-890.
Schein, L., and Thoj, V-M. (2008). "Violence, Hmong American Visibility and the Precariousness of Asian Race." PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 123(5): 1752-1756.
Jesilow J. and M. Xiong. (2007). "Constructing a Social Problem: Suicide, Acculturation and the Hmong."Hmong Studies Journal, Vol 8, 2007
Schein, L. and V.M. Thoj. (2007). “Occult Racism: The Masking of Race in the Hmong Hunter Incident. A Dialogue between Anthropologist Louisa Schein and Filmmaker/Activist Va-Megn Thoj.” American Quarterly 59(4): 1051-95.
Her, V.K. and M.L. Buley-Meissner. (2006). "‘Why Would We Want Those Students Here?’: Bridges and Barriers to Building Campus Community Partnerships." Hmong Studies Journal, Vol 7, 2006
Hein, J. (2006). Ethnic Origins: The Adaptation of Cambodian and Hmong Refugees in Four American Cities. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.
Trudeau, Dennis. (2006). “Politics of belonging in the construction of landscapes: place-making, boundary-drawing and exclusion.” Cultural Geographies 13(3): 421-443.
Lee, S.J. (2005). Up Against Whiteness: Race, School, and Immigrant Youth. New York: Teachers College Press.
Chiu, Monica. (2004). "Medical, Racist, and Colonial Constructions of Power: Creating the Asian American Patient and the Cultural Citizen in Anne Fadiman’s The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down." Hmong Studies Journal, Volume 5.
Goh, M., Dunnigan, T., and K.M. Schuchman. (2004). “Bias in Counseling Hmong Clients with Limited English Proficiency.” The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination: Ethnicity and Multiracial Identity, Vol. 2, p. 109-136.