Arissa Oh

Associate Professor; Director of Undergraduate Studies

History Department


Professor Arissa Oh specializes in the study of race and immigration in U.S. history, and her research interests include immigration, race, gender, and family in U.S. history, and transnational Asian-American history. She has written a book To Save the Children of Korea: The Cold War Origins of International Adoption (2015), the first book about the origins and history of international adoption. Professor Oh’s current project examines the history of marriage migration and immigration fraud since the late 19th century. 

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