Paul Nadal’s research focuses on developing historicist and formalist approaches to literature, with specializations in Asian American and Philippine Anglophone literature. He is working on two manuscript projects. The first is a study of realism in the Filipino novel in English in relation to the political economy of human labor export and migrant remittances. Titled “Remittance Fiction,” his book offers a new history of the Philippine Anglophone novel by tracing its evolution within the transpacific educational exchange system of U.S.
Asian American Literature
Kinohi Nishikawa specializes in twentieth-century African American literature, book history, and popular culture. He earned his A.B. in English from Dartmouth College and his Ph.D. in Literature from Duke University. At Princeton Nishikawa teaches courses on African American humor, African American literary history, and Afro-Asian studies.
Anne Anlin Cheng is Professor of English and American Studies, and affiliated faculty in the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies and the Committee on Film Studies.