Brandon J. Reilly teaches Asian and world history. He received his Ph.D. in Southeast Asian history from UCLA. He currently serves on Global Council and Curriculum Committee and is co-leading the SMC’s study abroad to Costa Rica with Delphine Broccard, faculty in communications. His new publications include, “Reproductive Anticolonialism Placental Politics, Weaponised Wombs, and the Power of Abjection in the Early Spanish Mariana Islands” (forthcoming in Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific) and the volume on Filipino women’s history, Tinipon Tinig ng Kababaihan (forthcoming from the University of the Philippines Press), which he coedited with Nenita Pambid Domingo. More info about him can be found on his personal website.
- History 24: History of East Asia to 1600
- History 25: History of East Asia since 1600
- History 27: History of Southeast Asia
- History 33: World Civilizations to 1500 (face-to-face and online)
- History 34: World Civilizations since 1500 (face-to-face and online)