Monisha Das Gupta

Department of Ethnic Studies and
Department of Women's Studies
Chair of the Department of Ethnic Studies
University of Hawai'i at Mānoa

A sociologist by training, I got my PhD in Sociology at Brandeis University in 1999.  At UHM, I have enjoyed bringing an interdisciplinary approach to my research and teaching.  In 2013, I received the UHM Chancellor's award for teaching.  My research, writing and teaching is further enriched by my day-to-day involvement in the immigrant rights movement and the labor movement.

Areas of Research and Teaching

Migration, Trasnationalism, Feminism
U.S. Race Relations, Labor, Social Movements Feminist Theory
Qualitative Methods

Fall 2016 Course

WS/ES 390: Gender & Race in US Society
9:00am-10:15am, BUS AD E204

Selected Publications

Unruly Immigrants: Rights, Activism, and Transnational South Asian Politics
in the United States
(Duke University Press, 2006)
* Winner of the 2008 the American Sociological Association Section on Asia and Asian America Book Award
* Winner of the 2008 Association of Asian American Studies Best Book in Social Sciences Award

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Current Research Project:

Book Project on anti-deportation organizing in the United States.

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