Aoki Center Presents: Professor Robert Chang: "Dog Whistle Politics and Asian Americans"

Dog Whistle Politics and Asian Americans Professor Robert S. Chang Robert S. Chang is a Professor of Law and Executive Director of the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality. He is an elected member of the American Law Institute. A graduate of Princeton and Duke Universities, he writes primarily in the area of race and interethnic relations. He is the author of “Disoriented: Asian Americans, Law and the Nation-State” (NYU Press 1999) and “Minority Relations: Intergroup Conflict and Cooperation” (University Press of Mississippi, 2016) and numerous articles, essays, and chapters published in leading law reviews and books on Critical Race Theory, LatCrit Theory, and Asian American Legal Studies. He is currently working on a book entitled “The United States Supreme Court and White Social Dominance” (with three co-authors, under contract with Cambridge University Press). He has received numerous recognitions for his scholarship and service. Most recently, the Society of American Law Teachers recognized him in 2018 with the M. Shanara Gilbert Human Rights Award for his work as co-counsel in taking to trial, successfully, a constitutional challenge to the enactment and enforcement of a facially neutral law that was used to terminate the Mexican American Studies Program at the Tucson Unified School District.