Melissa May Borja

Photo of Melissa May BorjaPhoto | Patricia BurmickyMelissa May Borja, a scholar of migration, religion, race, and politics in the United States and the Pacific World, is Assistant Professor of American Culture at the University of Michigan, where she is also a core faculty member in Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies. She has advised the Vietnamese Boat People project and Princeton University’s Religion and Resettlement Project, and was lead investigator of the Virulent Hate Project. An expert on Asian American religious life, she contributes regularly to the religious history blog Anxious Bench.

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Cover: Follow the New Way: American Refugee Resettlement Policy and Hmong Religious ChangeFollow the New Way: American Refugee Resettlement Policy and Hmong Religious ChangeBorja, Melissa MayHARDCOVER02/21/2023$45.00
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