Wen Liu is a PhD candidate in Critical Social Psychology at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. In her dissertation, she draws from queer theory, transnational feminism, critical race theory and affect to understand the dilemmas and struggles in the queer Asian diaspora in the context of US homonationalism and neoliberalism. As a multidisciplinary scholar, Wen is interested in placing critical theories in dialogues with psychological knowledge to seek new theoretical directions. Currently, she is an adjunct professor in the Interdisciplinary Studies Program at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and a guest faculty in Psychology at Sarah Lawrence College. As an international active scholar in the field of LGBTQ studies, Wen is also the co-director of the Institute for Tongzhi Studies, a community based organization that facilitates the transnational dialogues of scholarship, activism, and arts among Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China.