M.Agnes Kang is an assistant professor in the Department of English at the University of Hong Kong. Her research includes work on discourse and ethnic identity, code-switching in interaction, and participation frameworks. Her articles have appeared in Pragmatics, Journal of Sociolinguistics, and Text. She is currently conducting research on Korean residents in Hong Kong.
Adrienne Lo will be an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, beginning September 2005. Her research interests include grammar and morality, language socialization, social factors affecting heritage language maintenance, and models of language and ethnic identity. She is currently editing a volume on the linguistic anthropology of Asian Pacific Americans with Angela Reyes.
John Hayakawa Török is a doctoral student in Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to beginning his studies at Berkeley, he was involved in the Critical Race Theory and Asian American Jurisprudence movements. He is the author of “Towards ‘Asian American Jurisprudence’ and Its Implications for Latinas/os in American Law Schools” (Berkeley La Raza Law Journal 13:2 271–310) and focuses on the foundational underpinnings of Asian American jurisprudence.