Degrees/Diplomas: PhD Sociology Graduate School & University Center, CUNY 2008
Campus Affiliation: Brooklyn College
Research Interests: Well-being of immigrant survivors of political violence, Maternal child health, Racial/ethnic disparities in health, Social construction of illness
Chu, T., Keller, A. & Rasmussen, A. (forthcoming). Post-migration factors as predictors of PTSD
outcomes among immigrant survivors of political violence. Journal of Immigrant and Minority
Akinsulure-Smith, A.M., Chu, T., Keatley, E., & Rasmussen, A. (forthcoming). Navigating intimate partner conflicts among West African immigrant families in New York City. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Abuse.
Rasmussen, A., Crager, M., Baser, R., Chu, T. & Gany, F. (forthcoming). Onset of posttraumatic stress disorder and major depression among refugees and voluntary migrants to the United States: A retrospective comparison across migration history. Journal of Traumatic Stress.
Rasmussen, A., Akinsulure-Smith, A.M., Chu, T., & Keatley, E. (2012). "911" among West African immigrants in New York City: A qualitative study of disciplinary practices and perceptions of child welfare authorities. Social Science and Medicine, 75(3), 516-525.
Chu, T. (2009). United States Refugee Policy and Practices. In J.A. Warner (Ed.), Battleground: Immigration (pp. 710-721). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
Chu, T. (2005). Book Review [Review of the book Asian American Women: The Frontiers Reader, edited by L.T. Vo, M. Sciachitano. S.H. Armitage, P. Hart, & K. Weathermon]. Amerasia Journal, 31(3), 213-216.
Chu, T. (2005). Colonized (Involuntary) vs. Immigrant (Voluntary) Minorities. In P.G. Min (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Racism in the United States. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
PhD Sociology Graduate School & University Center, CUNY 2008