Russell M. Jeung
Russell M. Jeung is a professor of Asian-American studies at San Francisco State University. His research interests include the sociology of race, the sociology of religion, and social movements.
Jeung was a consultant for the Lived Theology and Race Workgroup and participated in the Lived Theology and Power Workgroup. He also participated in the Spring Institute for Lived Theology 2006 and the Conference on Lived Theology and Civil Courage, and is a member of the second class of the Virginia Seminar in Lived Theology. For his Virginia Seminar author page, click here. Jeung served as a Summer Internship in Lived Theology mentor for Melina Rapazzini in 2015.