Dr. Theodore S. Gonzalves is a scholar of comparative cultural studies, with an emphasis on Asian American Studies, Filipino American history, and culture and the arts. A respected scholar with several publications, Dr. Gonzalves’ work has been generously supported as a Fulbright Scholar and with senior fellowships at the Smithsonian Institution, the Library of Congress, and UNC Chapel Hill. Dr. Gonzalves is a former president of the Association for Asian American Studies and currently serves on the board of directors for the American Council of Learned Societies.
Articles, Publications, and Appearances
Gonzalves, Theodore S., and A. Samson Manalo, editors, Gossip, Sex and the End of the World: Collected Works of tongue in A mood Theater (Arkipelago Books, 2021).
Gonzalves, Theodore S., R. Zamora Linmark, Karen Tongson, and Sarita Echavez See, Migrant Musicians: Filipino Musicians and the Work of Music Making (Center for Art and Thought, 2013).
Gonzalves, Theodore S., editor, Carlos Villa and the Integrity of Spaces (Meritage Press, 2011).
Gonzalves, Theodore S., and Roderick N. Labrador, Filipinos in Hawaiʻi (Arcadia Publishing, 2011).
Gonzalves, Theodore S., The Day the Dancers Stayed: Performing in the Filipino American Diaspora (Temple University Press, 2009).
Gonzalves, Theodore S., editor, Stage Presence: Conversations with Filipino American Performing Artists (Meritage Press, 2007).