A Conversation with E. San Juan Jr.
Michael Pozo, St. Johns University
Michael Pozo has generously shared the following material with readers of the Postcolonial Web. It previously appeared in the SJU Humanities Review, an online journal based at St. Johns University (New York), which he edits with Paul Devlin.
E. San Juan Jr. is one of this country's most notable cultural theorists. Born in Manila, Philippines, he has taught at the University of Connecticut, Tamkang University in Taiwan and Washington State University among others. He received his PhD from Harvard University. San Juan has written extensively on race, gender, ethnicity, Marxism, Post-Colonial theory, literature and on his native Philippines. He was a Fellow of the Center for the Humanities, Wesleyan University, and director of the Philippines Cultural Studies Center. This Spring he will be a Fulbright Lecture in American Studies at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium.