Professor Aguas previously held teaching positions at Georgetown University, Kenyon College, and Ateneo de Manila University, and has given lectures and workshops nationwide at UCLA, UC Irvine, Virginia Tech, University of Maryland, Drexel University, DuPaul University, California State University San Bernardino, Ramapo College; and internationally at Singapore Management University, City University of Hongkong, and the International Islamic University of Malaysia.

Click here to watch Professor Aguas discuss the remnants of colonialism and empire.

His courses include:
APIA 205: Introduction to Asian & Pacific Islander American Studies
APIA 444: Filipino American & Diaspora Studies
APIA 445: Korean American Diaspora Studies
APIA.THEA 222: Acting Asian American: The Performance of Identity (GER 4C and 6)
THEA 317: Playwriting (GER 6)
APIA.THEA.AFST.GSWS 332: Sex & Race in Plays & Films: Dramatizing Diversity (GER 4C & 6, COLL 200)
APIA.THEA.AMES 333: South & South East Asian Folklore Performance (GER 4B & 6)
THEA 334: Classical Asian Theatres (GER 4B & 6)
THEA 460: Introduction to Tagalog: Filipino Language and Popular Performance Cultures (GER 4B)