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Minju Bae

Part-time Faculty
(212) 992-6327
1 Wash Pl, Room 714

Office Hours
Monday Remote by Appointment
Tuesday Remote by Appointment
Wednesday Remote by Appointment
Thursday Remote by Appointment
Friday Remote by Appointment

B.A., History and Political Science, University of Toronto, 2010
M.A., Historical Studies, New School for Social Research, 2012
Ph.D., History, Temple University, 2020

Minju Bae is a historian who currently works at the intersection of Asian American Studies and labor history. Her work investigates how Asian/Americans navigated the politics of work, racial difference, and the radical restructuring of the urban-based global economy. Her work has been supported by the Center for Engaged Scholarship, the Center for the United States and the Cold War, the Mellon Foundation, the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, and CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities.

Teaching and Research Interests

20th-century American history, Asian American Studies, food studies, urban studies, empire, migration, labor, race, gender, social movements, public humanities, oral history, community-based archives

Minju Bae