Angie Chuang
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Author. Researcher. Educator.


Literary nonfiction and memoir

Author of the award-winning memoir, The Four Words for Home: The book tells the stories of two immigrant families and Chuang’s reporting in Afghanistan in the wake of 9/11. Angie’s literary writing has appeared in Creative Nonfiction, The Asian American Literary Review, multiple editions of The Best Women’s Travel Writing, and elsewhere. She has spoken about and read from her work at venues ranging from bookstores and book festivals to university invited-author series.


Consulting and training on journalism and diversity

A former staff writer at The Oregonian and The Hartford Courant, Chuang is now a tenured faculty member in the University of Colorado Boulder’s Journalism Department with more than a decade of teaching and curriculum development experience. She’s served as a consultant and trainer on diversity issues (race, gender, sexual orientation) for National Public Radio, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Maynard 200, and other organizations. Her published research on media representations of social identity groups provides an empirical basis for her teaching and consulting.


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