2016 - 2019 Assistant Professor/ Faculty Fellow, Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University.
2015 - 2016 Postdoctoral Research Associate, African American Studies, Princeton University.
Spring 2015 Lecturer, Africana and Puerto Rican Studies, City University of New York, Hunter College.
May 2015 Ph.D., American Studies. Yale University.
April 2012 M.Phil., American Studies. Yale University.
December 2010 M.A., American Studies. Yale University.
June 2009 A.B., English Literature. Princeton University.
"Archipelagoes: De-centering the Continents," New York University
"Chinatown: Havana, Kingston, NYC," New York University
"The Darker Nations: Afro-Asian Cultures," New York University
"20th/21st Century African American Literature," New York University
"Caribbean Writing, Reggae, and Routes," New York University
“Islands in the Sun: Caribbean Literature,” Princeton University
“African Caribbean Literature,” Hunter College, CUNY
BOOKS IN PROGRESS
Undisciplined Intimacies: Vernacular Archives of Afro-Asia
Pon De Replay: Gender, Sexuality, and DJ Culture
“Sugarwork: The Gastropoetics of Afro-Asia After the Plantation,” Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas, (in production).
"The Geological Formation of Chinese Indenture in the Caribbean Archipelago" (under review).
"'A DJ Grammar.'"
“Wildlife on the Post-Emancipation Caribbean Plantation.”
Exhibition Review of “Relational Undercurrents, Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas, (forthcoming), 2019.
Sea of Poppies and the Curry of Diaspora: Recipe for Stuffed Aubergine Curry, MLA Cookbook (with Daksha Chouhan), January 2019.
“Dress-Up Play,” essay on the Photography of Ming Smith, as part of the exhibition Race, Art, Myth, and Justice, CCADI, November 2018- June 2019.
Biography entry, “Albert Chong,” Dictionary of Afro-Caribbean and Latin American Biography, Oxford University Press, 2016.