The UC Irvine Libraries support the Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series by providing a bibliography of the works of each Fellow. The bibliographies are available in print at the Langson and Science Libraries and at each public event.
UC Irvine Chancellor's Distinguished Fellow
A Selective Bibliography: The UC Irvine Libraries
October 4, 2000
Julia Gelfand, Applied Sciences Librarian
and Daniel C. Tsang, Asian American Studies, Politics & Economics Bibliographer
The UC Irvine Libraries
"Asian American Roundtable: Time to Focus on Fighting Cynicism." AsianWeek (August 25, 1999): 7, 9.
"The Noble Legal Track: Public Interest Needs More of Us." AsianWeek (June 23, 1999): 6.
"Spy Charges Fueled Search for Scapegoats; Asian Americans: The Coverage of the Cox 'Report on Chinese Espionage Has Unfairly Tainted the Image of All.'" Los Angeles Times (June 21, 1999), B: 5.
"Perspective on Politics; In a City's Life, Each Person is Important to Every Other: New Leaders Must Balance Reality of a Color-conscious Society with Principles That Go Beyond Color." Los Angeles Times (May 9, 1999), M: 5.
"The Dynamics of Race and Culture in the New Millennium." California Politics & Policy (1998): -120.
"We've Progressed Enough to Move Beyond Identity Politics." Los Angeles Times (May 4, 1998), B: 5. (with Joe R. Hicks)
"Voices: The Future of Race Relations." AsianWeek (February 11, 1998): 9.
"Facing Up to the Challenge." New America News Service (January 29, 1998). Originally in KoreAm Journal.
"Voices: Still Bitter After All These Years." AsianWeek (May 1, 1997): 7.
"Five Years After the Riots, Still a Community in Fragments." Los Angeles Times (April 19, 1997), B: 7.
"A Deafening Silence, When Solidarity Is Needed." Los Angeles Times (July 13, 1996), B: 7. Originally in KoreAm Journal.
"The Messengers are Sending the Wrong Signals to L.A." Los Angeles Times (April 7, 1994), B7. (with Edward Taehan Chang)
"Rebuilding Los Angeles: 'One Year Later or Why I Did Not Join RLA.' " Amerasia Journal 19/2 (1993): 157-160.
"Race Relations in Los Angeles: 'Divide and Conquer' is Alive and Flourishing." Southern California Law Review 66 (May, 1993): 1647-1651.
"Don't Let Up Now That Verdicts Are In; Recovery: A Sense of Urgency Must be Applied to Speeding Up and Beefing Up Aid to Victims of Last Year's Disturbances." Los Angeles Times (May 3, 1993), B: 7, col. 1. (with Stewart Kwoh and Bong Hwan Kim).
"We're All in the Same Boat." California Minority Attorney Report 8 (1992).
"Corporate Insensitivity." Los Angeles Times (January 21, 1992), B: 7.
"Understanding the Riots, Part 3; Witness to Rage; Making Sense; 'I Feel Sad and Angry That We'd Come to This." Los Angeles Times (May 13, 1992), T: 12.
"Platform: Build Alliances." Los Angeles Times (May 12, 1992), B: 7.
"Platform: Avoiding Traps." Los Angeles Times (May 1, 1992), B: 5.
"Platform: Move Past the Anger." Los Angeles Times (November 25, 1991), B: 5.
"Talk is Fine; What the City Needs is Leadership; Race Relations: The Pact Between Korean-Americans and African-Americans is A Fragile First Step, not a 'Victory.'" Los Angeles Times (October 9, 1991), B: 7.
Lee, Spencer, "Q&A with Angela Oh." Yolk (March 31, 2000): 24.
King, Jennifer, "Angela Oh (1955- ); Attorney, Political Activist." In Distinguished Asian Americans: A Biographical Dictionary. Edited by Hyung-Chan Kim. Westport CT: Greenwood Press, 1999, 268-269.
Grady, Jennifer, "Clinton Appointee Visits U. California-San Diego." The Guardian (UC-San Diego) (May 13, 1999).
"Korean American Civil Rights Leader Talks About Race." Northwest Asian Weekly (March 12, 1999): 1.
McDaniel, Mike, "U. California-Davis Alumna Discusses Race Relations." The California Aggie (UC-Davis) (November 23, 1998).
Lavilla, Stacy, "Race Panel Issues Final Report: What One Member Learned in Hawaii." AsianWeek (November 11, 1998): 11.
Claborne, Glenda Buya-Ao, "Dealing with Race." Arizona Daily Wildcat (University of Arizona) (October 19, 1998).
" 'Asian American Women of Hope' Poster." The Asian Reporter (June 15, 1998): 15.
"Angela Oh Keynotes Asian Pacific American Celebration." Korea Times (May 31, 1998): 5.
London, Melissa, "Discussion on Race Relations: President's Advisory Board Member Talks with Local Office for Civil Rights Chief about What's Needed and What's Ahead." Northwest Asian Weekly (May 8, 1998): 1.
Lin, Sam Chu, "Lessons from the Middle East: Race Panel Member Gains Insight from Visit." AsianWeek (April 15, 1998): 10.
Smith, Scott C., "Clinton Advisor on Race Tells Council Panel Racism Continues in America." Metropolitan News-Enterprise (February 26, 1998).
Lin, Sam Chu, "Lessons from L.A.: Video Records Complexities of Race Relations in the Nation's Multicultural Capital." AsianWeek (February 11, 1998): 13.
Zoroya, Gregg, " Beautiful Dreamer; Bill Clinton and the Rest of the World Discovered Angela Oh After the L.A. Riots, But She's Been Carrying the Human Rights Banner for Years." Los Angeles Times Magazine (February 1, 1998): 10.
Nguyen, Tina, "Seeking a New Paradigm to Advance Race Relations; Education: In Santa Ana Speech, Clinton Panel Appointee Angela Oh Says Respect is Key to Unity." Los Angeles Times, Orange County edition (April 21, 1998), B: 4.
"Race Panelist Makes Waves in Washington; L.A. Lawyer Says Issues Aren't Just Black and White." The Sacramento Bee (October 24, 1997).
Lee, Kapson Yim, "Angela Oh Must Remember She Owes Her Appointment on Race Panel to 1992 L.A. Riots and Immigrants." Korea Times (December 23, 1997): 3.
Stoley, Anna Marie, "L.A. Lawyer Brings Activism, Poise to Presidential Panel." Los Angeles Daily Journal 110/165 (August 26, 1997): 1.
Shepard, Scott, "Race Panel's Sole Asian American Rebuffs Reputation as Radical." Cox News Service (August 6, 1997).
Haniffa, Ariz, "Clinton's Panel Divided on 'One America' Quest." India Abroad (July 25, 1997): 40.
Yoshihara, Nancy, "Angela Oh." Los Angeles Times (July 13, 1997), M: 3.
Stout, David, "Clinton Names 7 to Race Relations Panel." New York Times (June 13, 1997), A: 22.
Hall, Carla, "A Dialogue Five Years Later; Spokeswomen for Korean American and African American Communities - Not Easy Roles in the Wake of the Riots - Reflect on Current Race Relations." Los Angeles Times (April 28, 1997), B: 1.
Collins, Jeff, "Family Wants Inquiry into Police Shooting; Crime: Relatives' Attorney Calls the Slaying Unnecessary; Department Defends The Decision to Fire." Orange County Register (February 24, 1996), Metro.
Henry, Jim, "Angela Eunjin Oh (1955- ); Attorney, Activist." In Notable Asian Americans. Helen Zia and Susan B. Gall, editors. New York: Gale Research, 1995, 294-296.
"A Voice for Affirmative Action; Rights Advocate Says Asian Americans Benefit as Well." The Sacramento Bee (March 13, 1995).
Do, Quyen, "Remember Your Roots, Lawyer / Activist Tells Asian Students." Los Angeles Times, Orange County edition (February 12, 1995), B: 4, col. 1.
"Oh, Angela." In Who's Who Among Asian Americans, 1994/95. Amy L. Unterburger, editor. Detroit: Gale Research, 1994, 455-456.
Cacas, Samuel R., Korean American Lawyers Urge Sensibility on Race Relations Issues." AsianWeek (August 6, 1993), 10.
Mydans, Seth, "Conversations with Angela Oh: Giving Voice to the Hurt and Betrayal of Korean-Americans." New York Times (May 2, 1993), Section 4: 9.
Ripston, Ramona, "Ramona Ripston in Conversation with Angela Oh." Open Forum 68/4 (Winter 1993), 1-6.
Ku, Beulah, "Korean American Attorney Angela Oh Speaks Out for Her Community." AsianWeek (July 31, 1992), 1.
"Out of Chaos, A New Voice; Angela Oh is Emerging as a Spokeswoman for Korean-Americans. 'I Feel Very Strongly that People are Capable of Coming Together.' Los Angeles Times (July 20, 1992), E: 1.
Guccione, Jean, "Reluctant Warrior: Angela Oh Works to Better Race Relations Between Blacks and Korean-Americans in Los Angeles." Los Angeles Daily Journal 105/125 (June 29,1992), S6.
Chavez, Stephanie, "Understanding the Riots - Six Months Later; Touched by Fire/ A Legacy of Pain and Hope; Q & A: Angela Oh�" Los Angeles Times (November 19, 1992), JJ: 2.
"Understanding the Prosecution of Wen Ho Lee."
Hendley, Vicki, "Straight Talk on Race and American Society." AAHE
Bulletin (January 2000).
"Identity: Power, Privilege, Responsibility." (Angela Oh biography
for November 2, 1999 talk at the University of Vermont)
Williams, Patricia, "What Happened to the National Race Dialogue?
An Interview with Angela Oh." ColorLines, 2/1 (Spring 1999).
Milligen, Maureen. "Angela Oh Offers Asian Perspective of President's
Race Board: A Former Defense Lawyer, Oh Urged Students Never to Stop
Thinking about Racial Issues." The Chronicle [Duke University]
(October 29, 1998).
"KYCC Role Models: Angela Oh."
Lehrer, Jim, "Taking the Initiative," McNeil-Lehrer NewsHour,
PBS, September 30, 1997.
Garson, Regina, "Angela E. Oh Discusses the Importance of the President's
Initiative on Race to the Asian American Community."