Section 1432 of HUMAN14
Popular Culture in the United States -- : Aug 16 - Dec 10 2021
All students are welcome to enroll in this class and this section will have extra support for the Lanzamiento initiative, designed to support academic achievement among Latinx and first-generation college students. Students who enroll in Lanzamiento sections have dedicated resources available to them, including: academic counseling, peer tutoring and success coaching, library support, mental health services, financial aid workshops, and opportunities to learn about transferring to a four-year university. Themes of bilingualism, transnational experiences, immigrant communities, Latinx authorship, academic scholarship, and activism are relevant to the Lanzamiento initiative. More information is available on the Lanzamientowebpage.
Dr. Jose Emmanuel Raymundo Ph.D, M.Phil, M.A. (Yale), M.A. (Victoria (Can)), B.A. (York (Can))
I have taught at various institutions from Yale, Princeton, Tulane and the Yale School of Medicine.
Along with my teaching experiences at Yale, Princeton and Tulane, I have served as a consultant for the US Naval Service in Lima, Peru and the Duke University School of Medicine Summer Medical Education Program.
Postcolonial theory and literature
20th Century US history
US occupation of the Philippines
Cultural history of health and medicine especially in colonial territories
I have presented at various academic conferences including the American Studies Association, the Association for Asian American Studies and the American Historical Association.
I have also been an invited guest lecturer at different academic institutions including Princeton, the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, the Science History Institute, the Parsons School of Design at the New School and the Council on Library and Information Sciences.
Stanford University Global Studies Fellowship (2020-2021)
University of California- Berkeley Office of Research on International and Area Studies Fellowship (2019-2020)
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute (2020)
Tulane University Faculty Research Grant (2014-2015)
Tulane University Newcomb Institute Research Grant (2014-2015)
University of Pennsylvania, Research Scholar (2011-2012)
Science History Institute, Postdoctoral Fellow (2011-2012)
Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Visiting Scholar (2012)
Princeton University Canadian Studies Travel Grant (2009)
Princeton University, Program in American Studies Research Grant (2009)
Princeton University, Center for African American Studies Research Grant (2008)
Princeton University, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center for African American Studies (2008-2010)
Yale University, Robert M. Leyland Dissertation Fellowship (2008)
Yale Center for British Art (2008)
Mellon Dissertation Research Fellowship (2008)