Owens, C. (2017). Traveling Yellow Peril: Race, Gender, and Empire in Japan’s English Teaching Industry. American Studies, 56(1), 29-49. Retrieved from https://journals.ku.edu/amerstud/article/view/7059
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Christina D. Owens
Christina D. Owens is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Women’s Studies at Vassar College and received her doctorate in cultural studies at the University of California, Davis. She is currently working on a book project about U.S. “native English” teachers in contemporary Japan, examining how race, gender, class, and sexuality shape their positioning within neoliberal empire. Her previous publications have appeared in American Quarterly and Transformations.