Falu Bakrania

2007

 

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AT SFSU:

        Women, Class, and Race

        South Asians in America

        Comparative Perspectives on the South Asian Diaspora

        Research Methods in Ethnic Studies

PREVIOUSLY TAUGHT:

        Migration and Transnationalism

        Feminist Theory and Cultural Difference

        Popular Music and Identity

        The Politics of Gender in Asian Diasporas

        Cultural Studies of Youth



 

Assistant Professor

Critical Race and Resistance Studies

Co-Director, South Asian Studies Program

San Francisco State University


Email: falu@mindspring.com


Rm. 411, Ethnic Studies Bldg.

1600 Holloway Ave.

San Francisco, CA 94132

Fax: 309.214.4735


College Of Ethnic Studies

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Re-Fusing Identities: South Asian Youth Culture in Post-Imperial Britain (under contract, Duke University Press)



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“Roomful of Asha: Gendered Productions of Ethnicity in Britain’s Asian Underground.”  In Rethinking Diaspora Studies: Multi-locality and Globalization, Susan Koshy and R. Radhakrishnan, eds., Oxford University Press (forthcoming)


Hybridity. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition, ed., William A. Darity, Jr. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA. (forthcoming)


“Negotiating Art, Ethnicity, and Politics: Asian Underground Artists and the Commercial Public Sphere.” The Subcontinental: The Journal of South Asian American Public Affairs, Vol. 2(2), 2004, pp. 11-18.