HMONG STUDIES CENTER
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

 
 
 
 
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The Hmong Studies Center supports on-going research by UW-Green Bay students and faculty, as well as public lectures and research seminars by outstanding visiting scholars.   Hmong students serve as Research Fellows at center where they receive specialized training in research methods, data analysis, and preparation and presentation of research reports for professional conferences.  Here we list recent papers and publications by as well as earlier work by students and faculty associated with the Center.

Current Research Activities
 
Pao Lor and Seethong Yang, A Framework for a Twenty-First Century Hmong Leadership. Hmong Studies Journal, 13.1(2012): 1-20. Pdf file available here.

Earlier Publications

Pao Lor, A Photo Essay of the Hmong Experience at Wat Thamkrabok in Thailand. Hmong Studies Journal, 10: 1-41.  Pdf file available here.  Also see Images of Wat Tham Krabok Refugee Camp at the University of Wisconsin Digitial Collections website.

Ray Hutchison, Acculturation in the Hmong Community. Center for Urban and Public Affairs, University  of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

Ray Hutchison and Miles McNall, Early Marriage in a Hmong Cohort. Journal of Marriage and the Family.

Ray Hutchison,
English Language Use in the Hmong Community.  In A Gathering of Voices on the Asian American Experience, Highsmith Press.  PDF file available here.

Ray Hutchison, The Educational Performance of Hmong Students in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Policy Research Institute.  Online version available here

Earlier Working Papers (with Youth Development Study, University of Minnesota)

“Post-Secondary Educational Activity in a Hmong Cohort.” Ray Hutchison and Miles McNall. 1st Annual Hmong National Education Conference, St. Paul, April 1995.

“Married Hmong Women and Social Capital.” Mai Neng Moua. 3rd Annual Hmong National Education Conference, Eau Claire, April 1997.

“Social Capital and Educational Outcomes of Hmong Adolescents.” Miles McNall, Ray Hutchison and Jeylan Mortimer, May 1997.

“Hmong Teenagers, Early Pregnancy, and Educational Attainment.” Ray Hutchison and Miles McNall. American Sociological Association, Toronto, Canada, August 1997.

 
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Hmong Studies Center / UW-Green Bay
2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, WI 54311
Phone: 920-465-5122 / Contact the Director