Iyko Day

Associate Professor of English

Asian American studies; comparative ethnic studies, hemispheric American studies

Iyko Day's scholarship focuses on Asian North American literature and visual culture, Pacific settler colonialism, Indigenous/Asian crossings, and transnational critical methodologies. She is currently completing a manuscript that examines Asian North American literary and visual engagements with shared symbols of US and Canadian nationalism.

At Mount Holyoke, Day teaches courses on Asian American literature and visual culture, queer theory, and US multiethnic literatures.