Stanford, PhD, 2010
Professor Sae-Saue specializes in Chicana/o and ethnic American literatures. He is at work on a book manuscript, “Southwest Asia”: Brown and Yellow Encounters of the Chicana/o Literary Imagination, 1949-2011, which assesses the significance of Chicana/o-Asian engagements in key Chicana/o writings. As the first book-length study to examine the weight of Asians and Asia across six decades of Chicana/o literary production, Southwest Asia considers how a history of global politics between the US and Asia impact the literary politics and formal features of important Chicana/o texts.
- English 2312: Introduction to Fiction
- English 3363: Chicana/o Literature
- English 3373: Literatures of the US Southwest: Imagining a Transnational Geography
- English 4360: The “Transnational and Interethnic Turns” in American Literature
- English 7370: An Advanced Seminar in Minority Literature: The Interethnic Form of Borderlands Culture.
“Aztlán’s Asians: Forging and Forgetting Crossracial Relations in the Chicana/o Literary Imagination.” Forthcoming in American Literature.
“The Inter-ethnic Return: Racial and Cultural Multiplicity in Foundational Asian American and Chicano/a Literatures.” Comparative American Studies, Vol. 8:4, 2010: 267-282.
Claudia Sadowski-Smith. Border Fictions: Globalization, Empire, and Writing at the Boundaries of the United States. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2008. MELUS, Vol. 34, 2009: 203-206. (Book review).
“Gendered Nationalism in Xicoténcatl.” MELUS, Vol. 30, 2005: 189-204.