Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies majors gathered for dinner together on April 26, 2013 at Mandarin Gardens. Yum!
ASIAN AMERICAN FOOD MATTERS On March 13, 2013, four speakers were invited to speak at a symposium entitled Asian American Food Matters: Culture, Politics, Community: Dawn Mabalon, Associate Professor of history at San Francisco State University and author of Little Manila is in the Heart: The Making of the Filipina/o American Community in Stockton, California [...]
AAADS faculty gathered for dinner last night at Anh Hong Restaurant to cap off Spring Semester 2013!
Front row (l to r) Marissa Simon, Sayo Guillaume, Cindy Guan, Kay Kim, Vivian Cheng, Michelle Loo, Yuki Matsumoto Back row (l to r) Khoa Dao, Justin Yoo, Wendy Steiner, Ben Porter, Jeffrey Chow, Emi Nishikawa, Brett Kamita On September 20, two eminent community elders, Mrs. Chizu Kitano Iiyama and Mr. Jimi Yamaichi, spoke about [...]
AAS 20C: American American Popular Culture Professor Roger Chung This course will feature Asian American popular cultural practices and phenomena. While ethnic or traditional culture will be significant, we will approach “Asian American Culture” as an emergent cultural form that responds to racialization in America. Although race will be a prominent course analytical lens, the [...]
2012 Guest Lecture Series for Asian American/Asian Diaspora Studies 122: “Japanese American History: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives” Civil Rights Attorney Don Tamaki will be speaking on campus as a guest of the Asian American/Asian Diaspora Studies 122 course. Students, staff, and faculty are welcome to attend his lecture. For additional information, please contact Dr. Lisa [...]
Join us at the annual AAADS Welcome Luncheon on Friday, October 12 from 12pm – 2pm! Performances by Cyntha Lin and Mandeep Sethi Welcome by majors Kassie Pham and Steven Cong Free lunch buffet by Rick and Ann’s And an opportunity to meet the AAADS professors and staff!
2012 Guest Lecture Series for Asian American/Asian Diaspora Studies 122: “Japanese American History: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives” The following community elders will be speaking on campus as guests of the Asian American/Asian Diaspora Studies 122 course. This lecture is the first of a series of lectures that the course will be sponsoring this semester. Students, [...]
THE MANZANAR FISHING CLUB is a multi-faceted examination of the experiences of persons of Japanese ancestry who were incarcerated at the Manzanar War Relocation Center during World War II. There, some would find relief from the daily oppression of incarceration by matching wits with the trout in the surrounding waters of the famed Eastern Sierra [...]