University of California, Irvine 1998 M.A., Social Science
California State University, Long Beach 1994 B.A., Liberal Studies
|ANTH 120||Intro to Cultural Anthropology|
|ANTH 501||Anthropological Theory|
Research Focus and Teaching Specialties
2005, Changing Religious Practices among Cambodian Immigrants in Long Beach and Seattle. In Immigrant Faiths: Transforming Religious Life in America. Karen Leonard, Alex Stepick, Manuel Vasquez, and Jennifer Holdaway, editors. AltaMira Press.
2005, Ritual and Magic: Two Diverse Approaches to Inner Healing in the Cambodian-American Community by Thomas J. Douglas and Sophan Mam. In Religion and Healing in America. Linda Barnes and Susan Sered, editors. Oxford: Oxford Press.
2003, The Cross and the Lotus: Changing Religious Practices among Cambodian Immigrants in Seattle. In Revealing the Sacred in Asian & Pacific America. Jane Naomi Iwamura & Paul Spickard, Editors. New York: Routledge
2001, Discipline and Punish? Cambodian Refugees Learning Parenting from the Police. Anthropology News (42) 2:43.