Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae PDF

Emilie Tumale's CV 200711.pdf

Education

New York University

Ph.D, Sociology of Education [in progress]

University of California, Los Angeles

M.A., Asian American Studies

University of California, Los Angeles

B.A., Asian American Studies, Pilipino Studies Concentration; Education Minor

Courses Taught

Applied Statistics, Social Sciences, and Humanities Department, NYU Steinhardt

  • The University: What Was It, What Is It, What It Should Be

  • Global Culture Wars

Department of Applied Psychology, NYU Steinhardt

  • Introduction to Research Methods in Applied Psychology

Asian American Studies Department, UCLA

  • History of Asian Americans (writing-intensive course)

  • The Asian American Movement

Selected Publications

Plan A Magazine

  • Tumale, E.S. (2020, July 10). Bagong Bayani and COVID-19 Heroes: Philippine Labor Export as Femicide. Plan A Magazine.

  • Tumale, E.S. (2020, June 15). From Manongs to Pinay Domestic Workers: The Changing Face of Filipino Migration to the US. Plan A Magazine.

UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press

  • Tumale, E.S. (2019). On Being Mixed-Race in a Mestizo-Dominated Community: The Ethnic Identity of Multiethnic Filipino Americans. In R.C. Romero, J. Ong, C. Guillermo-Wan, & J. Logia (Eds.), Mixed Race Student Politics: The “Third Wave” Movement at UCLA. Los Angeles: UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press.

MA Thesis

  • Tumale, E. S. (2016). Challenging the stigmas: A critical race theory analysis of Filipino American community college students (MA Thesis, UCLA).

Presentations

  • “But We’re Not Viewed as Asian”: Filipino American College Student Perspectives on Race and Meritocracy in Metropolitan New York [webinar], Filipino American National Historical Society – Metropolitan New York Chapter’s Merienda Meetup (Research Symposium), New York City, May 31, 2020.

  • Listening for the East Coast Pinay’s Voice: An Application of the Listening Guide Method of Psychological Inquiry, Pinay Power II Conference: Celebrating Peminisms in the Diaspora, Montreal, April 18, 2019.