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Symposium in Honor of Michael Omi on the Occasion of His Retirement

Michael Omi retired in June 2021 after 35 years as a beloved and inspirational faculty member at UC Berkeley. This symposium features his colleagues and former students discussing his work and …

AAADS- 50 years Of Change Making

Asian American Research Journal Inaugural Publication Released︱Volume I, Issue I: Building Our Voices


Critical Refugees Studies Collective Literary Spotlight ft. Jessica Goudeau

On May 13, the Critical Refugees Studies Collective hosted a virtual reading and conversation with Jessica Goudeau, author of “After the Last Border: Two Families and the Story of Refuge …


Ethnic Studies in the News | Anti-Asian Violence

The murders in Atlanta bring together so many of the issues that we study in Ethnic Studies–a long history of Anti-Asian violence; the precarity of low-wage immigrant workers, including forms …


Statement of Condemnation of Anti-Asian Violence


Panel/Speaker Events

A Book Celebration for Dr. Ma Vang!

Join the Critical Refugee Studies Collective on Thursday, Oct. 21 at 4 PM PST to celebrate the publication of Dr. Ma Vang’s book titled “History on the Run: Secrecy, Fugitivity, …

After Atlanta: A Roundtable on Race, Gender, and Anti-Asian Violence

Wednesday, October 27 | 12:00 – 2:00pm PT Zoom Webinar | Register here (free) Panelists: Rhacel Salazar Parrenas Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies, University of Southern CaliforniaLaura Kang Professor, Gender and …

Panel/Speaker Events

Pool of Unknown Wonders: Undertow of the Soul

Pool of Unknown Wonders: Undertow of the Soul By Philip Kan Gotanda Directed by Michael Socrates Moran Presented by the Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies Zellerbach Playhouse at …

Panel/Speaker Events

Ancestors and Archives: Working with What We Have

In this interactive workshop, you’ll search for ancestral artifacts, practice designing questions, and listen to a story of how David Mas Masumoto constructed a family memory out of secrets and …

Yellow Rain: Author Talk and Reading with Mai Der Vang Hosted by Monica Sok

A reinvestigation of chemical biological weapons dropped on the Hmong people in the fallout of the US war in Vietnam. Tickets: “Mai Der Vang’s Yellow Rain spoke to a piece of …

Panel/Speaker Events

A History Repeated Part II – The Chinese American Democratic Youth League

This panel talk will be about the McCarthy-Cold War repression during the 1950s and 1960s on the Mun Ching, a San Francisco Chinatown based organization also known as the Chinese …