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Tag Archives: Asian American Studies
Conflict with a child can be painful to deal with for any parent – for an Asian American parent, when the conflict stems around one’s ethnic Asian background, it can be extra painful. If that child’s life is cut short … Continue reading
When I was undergraduate at Princeton during the last century, instituting an Asian American Studies (AAS) program was a focus of the university’s Asian American Students Association. After decades of effort by many students, Alumni, and professors, Princeton University finally … Continue reading
Asian American studies seems to be gaining some traction as Tufts University recently approved the creation of an Asian American studies minor. Ithaca College also recently approved an Asian American studies minor. These colleges are way ahead of Princeton University, … Continue reading
As an alumnus of Princeton University, I was happy to hear that a course on Asian Americans will be offered at Princeton in the fall of 2012. Students there hope that the course “Asian-American Law, Bodies and the Everyday” taught … Continue reading
Call for Art Submissions for ImaginAsian: Identity and Experience in Contemporary Asian Pacific America
In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month 2010 and to generate funding for materials and sources for Asian American Studies collections at the Purdue University and Indiana University libraries, Kate Agathon is teaming up with the Asian American Network … Continue reading