Episode 106: What is the history of Filipino nurses working in the United States?

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In this episode, Dr. Catherine Ceniza Choy (University of California, Berkeley) talks to us about ethnic studies, Filipino identity and culture, the history of nurses working in America, and history of Asian adoption into the United States.

What themes and topics do researchers in ethnic studies departments investigate and interrogate? What work does Cathy explore in her two volumes, Empire of Care and Global Families? How has the history of U.S. colonialism produced the currently high presence of Filipino nurses and other Asian-American diaspora? What teaching experiences and political events happening today have influenced, or continue to influence, future research directions for those in this field?

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