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23) “Jeremy Lin and the Celebration of Non-Black Masculinity.” Asian Pacific American Law Student Association Speaker Series.  University of Pennsylvania Law School (2012) [Invited presentation]

22) “Race, Illegality, and Detention.”  Imprisoned, Forgotten, and Deported: Immigration Detention, Advocacy, and the Faith Community.  Loyola University School of Law (2011) [Invited presentation]

21) “Asian American Studies versus Asian Studies.” The State of Asian American Studies Today: Asian American Studies Summit.  Asian American Studies Program at the University of Pennsylvania (2010) [Invited presentation]

20) “Black-Korean Conflict & Black Allegations of Korean Immigrant Advantage.”  Annual Faculty and Research Fellows “Work in Progress” Weekend, Research Network on Racial and Ethnic Inequality at Duke University (2010)

19) “‘New’ Color-blind Racism and the US Small Business Administration: Implications for the Future of Minority Business Development.” Faculty Seminar Series, Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy (2009) [Invited presentation]

18) “U.S. Federal Government Support of Minority Business Development in the Post-Civil Rights Era: The Embedded Racial Approach of the Small Business Administration.” Annual Faculty and Research Fellows “Work in Progress” Weekend, Research Network on Racial and Ethnic Inequality at Duke University (2008)

17) “Black Immigrants and U.S. Immigration Enforcement.” 38th Annual Meeting of the Association of Black Sociologists (Boston, 2008) [Invited presentation]

16) “Racism and Immigration Enforcement.” Warfare in the American Homeland: Policing and Prison in a Penal Democracy, Temple University (2007)

15) Convener and Discussant: “Regular Session, Race and Ethnicity II.” 102nd annual meeting of the American Sociological Association (New York, 2007)

14) Featured Guest, “Virginia Tech Shooting: A Race and Media Analysis.” Uprising Radio KPFK, Pacifica Radio (2007)

13) “Urban Legend or Social Fact?  Exploring the Role of the Federal Government in Shaping Korean Immigrant Entrepreneurship in the U.S.” 77th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society (Philadelphia, 2007)

12) “Asian Americans and Hurricane Katrina: Race, Representation and Imagination.”  Wesleyan University (2006) [Invited presentation

11) “Contemporary Asian American Politics in an Anti-black World.” Swarthmore College (2004) [Invited presentation]

10) “A Comparison of the Racial-Sexualization of African American Women and Asian American Women.” Wesleyan University (2004) [Invited presentation]

9) “Asian Americans as Second-Class Citizens: A Reconsideration of the Asian American Exclusion Narrative.” Asian American Studies Program Colloquium, University of Pennsylvania (2004)

8) “The Color Line within a Color Line: Confronting People of Color Politics.” Wesleyan University (2003) [Invited presentation]

7) “Asian American Entanglement with US Civil Society: Challenging the Asian American Exclusion Narrative.” 99th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association (Philadelphia, 2003)

6) “An Unanswerable Demand?  Avoiding Racial Antagonism in Asian American Studies and Politics.” Why We Write Conference, Columbia University (2003)

5) “The Selective Embrace of Asian American Community Organizing By Asian American Studies: Getting Back to the Community or a Denial of Power?” Revisiting the Activist Impulse in Ethnic Studies Conference, Columbia University (2003)

4) “When Domination is Dependency: The Relationship between Korean Immigrant Entrepreneurs and African American Customers.” 97th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association (Chicago, 2002)

3) Organizer, “Contemporary Racial Politics: Conflicts and Coalitions in Asian America.” Regular panel session co-sponsored by Asian Pacific American Caucus (APAC) at the 33rd annual meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association and International Studies Association (Philadelphia, 2001)

2) “Race at Temple: What Should Students be getting from the University’s Rich Diversity?” Radio Times Live with Marty Moss-Coane WHYY 91FM, National Public Radio (2001)

1)    Roundtable: Discussion on Race Issues in Teaching at Temple University, Teaching Matters Conference, Temple University (2000)