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Smithsonian Asian Pacific Center (APAC)

SMITHSONIAN ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN CENTER

Konrad Ng, Director

The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center (APAC) promotes the appreciation, inclusion, and understanding of Asian Pacific American history, art, and culture through exhibitions, collections, research, and public programs. The Center works in partnership with museums, galleries, and centers throughout the Smithsonian, across the country, and around the world.

PROGRAM STAFF

ANIEL, Krista L., Program Assistant (Outreach). B.A. (2006) Brigham Young University; M.A. (2009) Georgetown University. Research specialty: U.S. immigration control policy.

INOCENCIO, Gina Terre, Program Specialist. M.A. (1999) Asian American Studies, University of California Los Angeles. Research Specialties:  Asian Pacific American culture and history. Asian Pacific American contemporary issues with a focus on community advocacy/social service providers and delivery of services.

LUIS, Adriel, Museum Curator.

MOMAYA, Masum, Museum Curator. B.A. Stanford University, Ed.M, Harvard University.. Ed.D. Harvard University. Research specialties: feminist theory, international women’s rights,embodiment, psychological anthropology, South Asian American experience, social media for social change.

NG, Konrad, Director, B.A. (1996) McGill University; M.A. (1999) University of Victoria; PhD (2006) University of Hawaii.  Research specialties: Asian and Asian Pacific American popular culture, cinema, and new media.