Hui Wilcox

Associate Professor

651-690-6707

hnwilcox@stkate.edu

Ph.D., Sociology
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2004

Master of Arts, Sociology
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1998

St. Catherine University. (2015). Center for Women Awards for Creative and Research Work

St. Catherine University. (2014, 2015). Recognized as a mentor by a student who was awarded an all-university leadership award

St. Catherine University. (2013). Named as a faculty mentor at the Honors and Award Ceremony

St. Catherine University. (2013). Denny Prize for Writing honorable mention

St. Catherine University. (2013). Anne Joachim Moore, CSJ Leadership Award

St. Catherine University, Internationalization Council. (2013). Global Spotlight award

Faculty Research Grant Undergraduate Program (2014).

Institute of Advanced Studies Research Collaborative Grant (2014).

Global Spotlight Grant (2014).

Associate Professor, St. Catherine University, 2010–Present

Assistant Professor, St. Catherine University, 2004–2010

Assistant Professor, Metropolitan State University, 2003

Book Chapters

Wilcox, H., Nagar, R., Swarr, A. & Silvey, R. (2010). Continuing Conversations, Reconceptualizing Collaboration: Critical Transnational Feminist Praxis, State University of New York Press

Wilcox, H., Gibney, S., Chatterjea, A. & Tinsley, O. (2010). So much to remind us we are dancing on other people’s blood: Moving towards artistic excellence, moving from silence to speech, moving in water, with Ananya Dance Theatre, Reconceptualizing Collaboration: Critical Transnational Feminist Praxis, State University of New York Press

Journal Article

Wilcox, H. "A Dialogue on Hmong Studies and Asian American Studies." Journal of Hmong Studies.

Monographs

Wilcox, H. (2009). "Embodied Ways of Knowing, Pedagogies, and Social Justice: Beyond Inclusive Science."

Wilcox, H. & Kong, P. "How to Eat Right in America: Power, Knowledge, and the Science of Hmong American Food and Health."

Wilcox, H. (2011). "Movement in Spaces of Liminality: Chinese Dance and Immigrant Identities," London, Routledge

Wilcox, H. (2009). "Performance of Possibilities: A Critical Analysis of Audience Responses to Pipaashaa by Ananya Dance Theatre," University of Illinois Press

Wilcox, H. "The Mediated Figure of Hmong Farmer, Hmong Studies, and Asian American Critique."

Wilcox, H. (2013). "Negotiating Kinship in a Chinese Community Space." Midwest Sociological Society

Wilcox, H. (2015). "Gender, Feminism, and China’s Social Media." National Women's Studies Association

Wilcox, H. (2015). "Authentic Dance and Racialized Ethnicity: Chinese and Peruvian Dance in the U.S." Midwest Sociological Society

Wilcox, H. (2014). "Transnational Intimacy and Social Media: The Case of WeChat." University of Northern Iowa

Wilcox, H. & Jimale, A. (2014). "Life in Extraordinary Times: Muslim Women in Minnesota." Sister Seraphim Gibbons Undergraduate Research Symposium

Wilcox, H. (2014). "Hmong in Asian America: The Politics of Racial Formation and Ethnic Identity." Hmong American Festival Symposium

Wilcox, H. (2014). "Hmong Studies and Asian American Studies." Associate for Asian American Studies

Wilcox, H. (2014). "What Do Sociologists Not Know about Dance?" Midwest Sociological Society

Wilcox, H. (2014). "Life after WeChat: Virtual Transnationalism, Cultural Production, and Flexible Citizenship." Midwest Sociological Society

Wilcox, H. & Jimale, A. (2014). "Life in Extraordinary Times: Muslim Women in Minnesota." National Conference for Undergraduate Research

Wilcox, H. (2014). "Women of Color as Knowledge Producers: Finding and Maintaining Our Voices in Academic Research." Women of Color Student Conference, University of Minnesota