Y-Dang Troeung

Assistant Professor
phone 604 822 4079

Thematic Research Area

Education

University of Waterloo|McMaster University



|MA|PhD

About

Y-Dang Troeung (click to hear) is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of British Columbia. She researches and teaches in the fields of transnational Asian literatures, critical refugee studies, global south studies, and critical disability studies. She is currently completing a book manuscript on the afterlife of the Cold War in Cambodia. At UBC, she is a faculty affiliate of the Asian Canadian Studies and Migration Program (ACAM), an Associate Editor of the journal Canadian Literature, and a 2020 Wall Scholar at the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies. Her recent publications can be found in Canadian Literature, Brick: A Literary Magazine, Amerasia Journal, and Inter-Asia Cultural Studies.

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Additional Description

BuTo 503Course taught this academic year are:

https://www.y-dang.com/


Y-Dang Troeung

Assistant Professor
phone 604 822 4079

University of Waterloo|McMaster University



|MA|PhD

Y-Dang Troeung (click to hear) is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of British Columbia. She researches and teaches in the fields of transnational Asian literatures, critical refugee studies, global south studies, and critical disability studies. She is currently completing a book manuscript on the afterlife of the Cold War in Cambodia. At UBC, she is a faculty affiliate of the Asian Canadian Studies and Migration Program (ACAM), an Associate Editor of the journal Canadian Literature, and a 2020 Wall Scholar at the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies. Her recent publications can be found in Canadian Literature, Brick: A Literary Magazine, Amerasia Journal, and Inter-Asia Cultural Studies.

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BuTo 503Course taught this academic year are:

https://www.y-dang.com/

Y-Dang Troeung

Assistant Professor
phone 604 822 4079

University of Waterloo|McMaster University



|MA|PhD

Y-Dang Troeung (click to hear) is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of British Columbia. She researches and teaches in the fields of transnational Asian literatures, critical refugee studies, global south studies, and critical disability studies. She is currently completing a book manuscript on the afterlife of the Cold War in Cambodia. At UBC, she is a faculty affiliate of the Asian Canadian Studies and Migration Program (ACAM), an Associate Editor of the journal Canadian Literature, and a 2020 Wall Scholar at the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies. Her recent publications can be found in Canadian Literature, Brick: A Literary Magazine, Amerasia Journal, and Inter-Asia Cultural Studies.

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BuTo 503Course taught this academic year are:

https://www.y-dang.com/