Raju Desai Faculty Profile

Raju  Desai

Assistant Professor

Department of Ethnic Studies

  • Ph.D. University of Hawai'i at Manoa
  • M.A. San Francisco State University
  • B.A. San Francisco State University
Spring Semester 2024
Course #SecCourse TitleDaysFromToLocationCampus
ES 36301Asian Am/Pac Island Film FestARRWEB-ASYNCHOnline Campus
ES 38902Engage Coms ColorARRWEB-ASYNCHOnline Campus
LBST 49902Liberal Studies Senior SeminarARRWEB-ASYNCHOnline Campus

  • Daus-Magbual, A., Desai, M., Donnell, K., Kang, J.S., & Yoo, G. (2024). “Building a culture of care: The development of an Ethnic Studies centered faculty learning community.” AAPI Nexus.
  • Daus-Magbual, A., Daus-Magbual, R., Desai, M., & Tintiangco-Cubales, A. (2024). “Barangay pedagogy: Teaching as a collective act.” In W. Au (Ed.) Rethinking Multicultural Education: Teaching for Racial and Cultural Justice.
  • Lopez, F., Desai, M., & Tintiangco-Cubales, A. (2020). "Asset-Based Pedagogy for Student, Family, and Community Engagement." In M. Faulkner-Bond & P. Spycher (Eds.) Improving Multilingual and EL Education: Research to Practice. Sacramento: California Department of Education. 
  • Bender, M., Desai, M., & Rodriguez, D. (2019). "Filipinos." In J. Lipson & S. Dibble (Eds.) Culture and Clinical Care. San Francisco: UCSF Nursing Press. 
  • Desai, M., Hanna, K., & Hodges, T. (2019). “The Delano Grape Strike: 1965-1970.” In L. Dong (Ed.) 25 Events That Shaped Asian American History.
  • Daus-Magbual, A., Daus-Magbual, R., Desai, M., & Tintiangco-Cubales, A. (2019). “Barangay pedagogy: Teaching as a collective act.” In W. Au, R. T. Cuauhtin, C. Sleeter, & M. Zavela (Eds.) Rethinking Ethnic Studies.
  • Desai, M. (2018). “What you just call me?! Challenging forced labels on Filipin@s of mixed heritage.” In M. Nievera-Lozano & T. Santa Ana (Eds.) Pilipinx Radical Imagination Reader. California: Philippine American Writers and Artists, Inc. (PAWA). 
  • Desai, M. (2017).  "Critical Kapwa: Possibilities of Collective Healing from Colonial Trauma." Educational Perspectives. 48(2), 34-40.
  • Desai, M. (2017).  “Bumbay in the Bay: The Struggle for Indipino Identity in San Francisco.” In. P. Spickard, J. Rondilla, & R. Guevarra (Eds.) Red and Yellow, Black and Brown: De-Centering Whiteness in Mixed Race Studies (147-162). New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
  • Tintiangco-Cubales, A., Daus-Magbual, A., Desai, M., Sabac, A., & Torres, M. (2016) “Into Their Hoods: Where Youth Participatory Action Research and Critical Performance Pedagogy Birth Resistance” International Journal for Qualitative Studies in Education. 29(10), 1308-1325. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09518398.2016.1201165