Daniel Phil Gonzales, JD
Professor, Asian American Studies Department
AAS Major/Minor Advisor
Office: EP 428
1969 Year of first appointment in Asian American Studies
JD Hastings College of Law, University of California at San Francisco
BA San Francisco State College (University)
International Relations, Focus: Theories of Revolution and War
211 Contemporary Asian Americans
213 Asian Americans and American Ideals and Institutions
350 Filipina/os in the United States
518 Asian Americans and Mass Media
Honors, Awards, and Grants
Lifetime Acheivement Honoree, Pin@y Educational Partnerships (PEP), San Francisco
Asian American Studies Honoree, Asian Student Union/Asian American Studies Graduation, San Francisco State University
Asian American Studies Exemplar Award, College of Ethnic Studies
First Place, Inter-Ethnic Category, for “Filipinos: Forgotten Heroes of the UFW” in Filipinas Magazine (May 2005), New California Media Association, New American Media, San Jose, California
Recognition for Contribution to Journalism, “Filipinos: Forgotten Heroes of the UFW” in Filipinas Magazine (May 2005), Secretary of State Office, Bruce McPherson, Sacramento
Appreciation for Contributions to the Department of Justice, United States Attorney, Northern California District, San Francisco
Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Service in the Field of Drug Enforcement; Robert E. Bender, Special Agent in Charge, San Francisco Field Division
Current Community Involvement
Filipino American National Historical Society
Manilatown Heritage Foundation
New America Media Association
San Francisco Filipino American Democratic Club
Current Campus Service
Chi Rho Omicron (XPO), Faculty Advisor
Pilipino American Collegiate Endeavor (PACE), Faculty Advisor
COES All Power to the People Archive Committee
AAS Major/Minor Advisor
AAS Department Hiring Committee
AAS Department RTP Committee
AAS Department BA Curriculum Planning Committee
with FANHS, Manilatown Heritage, and PEP. Filipinos in San Francisco. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia Publishing.
“Accent Discrimination.” Encyclopedia of Asian American Issues Today. Ed. Edith Wen Chu Chen and Grace J. Yoo. Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press. 99-106.
with Malcolm Collier. “Creation and Survival: Courses and Academic Program, 1969-1986.” At 40: Asian American Studies at San Francisco State. Ed. Jeffery Paul Chan et al. San Francisco: AAS Department, San Francisco State University. 63-74.
with Malcolm Collier. “Governance in Asian American Studies: Principles, Structures and Practice.” At 40: Asian American Studies @ San Francisco State. Ed. Jeffery Paul Chan, et al. San Francisco: AAS Department, San Francisco State University. 51-62.
“The Murder of Cha Vang: A Hate Crime?” (sidebar). Encyclopedia of Asian American Issues Today. Ed. Edith Wen Chu Chen and Grace J. Yoo. Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press. 620-621.
with Malcolm Collier. “Origins: People, Time, Place, Dreams.” At 40: Asian American Studies @ San Francisco State. Ed. Jeffery Paul Chan, et al.San Francisco: AAS Department, San Francisco State University. 7-18.
“The San Francisco State Strike, Our History of Ethnic Studies” (lesson plan). Pin@y Educational Partnerships – A Filipina/o American Studies Sourcebook Series, Vol. II: Filipina/o Identities, Activism, and Service. Ed. Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales. Santa Clara, CA: Phoenix Publishing House International. 73-76.
with Alex S. Fabros, Jr. “Filipinos – Forgotten Heroes of the UFW.” Filipinas Magazine.
with Alex S. Fabros, Jr. “Citizenship Denied: The Genesis of the Filipino American Civil Rights Movement.” The Course Reader: AAS 456 – Filipinos in America. San FranciscoL AAS Department, San Francisco State University. 387-391.
“Filipino American Values.” The Asian Pacific American Heritage – A Companion to Literature and Arts. Ed. George J. Leonard. New York and London: Garland Publishing, Inc.
“Filipino American Politics: Attitudes, Beliefs and Action.” Filipinas Magazine.
”Jazz Filipiano – at The Asian American Jazz Festival.” Philippine News.
”On Filipino American Heroes.” Philippine News and Filipino American National Historical Society Newsletter.
Selected Creative Works
“Pacific Magazine.” A special topics television segment and in-depth journal feature for the weekly program Manila/Manila. Produced/co-produced 37 segments and contributed as writer, director, and editor for more than 26 magazine stories and news clips.
Contributing photographic co-editor. Liwanag [Waking Consciousness]. First anthology of Filipino American graphic and literary art. San Francisco.