Min Hyoung Song is Professor of English and Director of the Asian American Studies Program at Boston College. One of his many works, The Children of 1965: On Writing, and Not Writing, as an Asian American (Duke, 2013), won the Association for Asian American Studies (AAAS) Prize in Literary Criticism, the Alpha Sigma Nu Award in Literature and Fine Arts, and received an Honorable Mention for the Association for the Study of the Arts in the Present (ASAP) Book Prize. Another influential book by Professor Song is Strange Future: Pessimism and the 1992 Los Angeles Riots (Duke, 2005). As an influential scholar in the Asian American Studies, Professor Song has recently published an article on the Chronical of Higher Education calling for the importance of Asian American studies in understanding of the rampancy of racism in the US today. He strongly advocates the incorporation of Asian American studies into the curriculum of secondary schools and colleges.
Min Hyoung Song博士是波士顿学院的英语教授，同时也是波士顿学院亚裔美国人研究项目总监，著述颇丰，所著《The Children of 1965》: On Writing, and Not Writing, as an Asian American (Duke, 2013) 荣获美国亚裔研究协会文学批评奖、美国文学与美术奖，及美国艺术研究协会当代图书奖的荣誉奖；另一著述《Strange Future》: Pessimism and the 1992 Los Angeles Riots (Duke, 2005) ，对1992年洛杉机暴乱提出了深层的反思。作为美国亚裔研究知名学者，Song博士不久前在《the Chronical of Higher Education》上发表文章，指出如果不研究亚裔历史与文化，就无法真正理解当前日渐猖獗的种族主义与亚裔歧视，呼吁教育界关注亚裔研究，在大中小学课程内加入亚裔历史与文化的内容。