Summer Session A courses

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Check out three courses being offered this summer from May 27th to July 3rd, 2014.   AAS121- Chinese American History (Harvey Dong):  Tues-Thurs 9:30AM-12:00PM AAS124-Filipino American History (Maria Josephine Barrios):  Mon-Wed 1:00-3:300PM AAS171-Asian Americans in Film and Video (Roger Viet Chung): Mon-Thurs 12:00-2:30PM   More details about each class are on the flyers attached.

Princeton’s New Asian American Studies Journal, Unfounded, looking for submissions

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  Princeton’s AASA, in conjunction with Princeton’s Program in American Studies and Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding, is starting Unfound, a new undergraduate journal in Asian American studies. Once a year, they hope to publish a journal that will feature some of the top research recently conducted in the field by…

Bhangra and Belonging: South Asian Music in the Diaspora

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Next Monday, April 7th from 4:00 to 5:30 PM at 554 Barrows, there will be an event called Bhangra and Belonging: South Asian Music in the Diaspora. There will be a book talk by Falu Bakrania, author of Bhangra and Asian Underground: South Asian Music and the Politics of Belonging in Britain. There will also…

Screening of I for India

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  On Monday, March 31st, from 4-6PM in 155 Barrows, there will be a screening of the documentary about the South Asian diaspora in the UK, I for India, and a conversation with Ivan Jaigirdar (3rd I) and Irum Shiekh about South Asian diasporic film and filmmaking.

Screening of (No) Laughing Matter

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Townsend Center for Humanities and Center for Race & Gender (CRG) Working Group on Muslim Identities & Cultures is screening a documentary about Palestinian humor. After the screening, Professor Shiekh will be discussing the significance of Palestinian cinema as a sociopolitical movement of the 21st century that writes a counter narrative through artistic expressions. (No) Laughing…

Franklin Odo’s Book Talk: Voices from the Canefields

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On March 4th, from 12:00-1:30PM in 554 Barrows, there will be a book talk with Franklin Odo on his book, Voices from the Canefields: From Japanese Immigrant Workers in Hawai’i Engagingly written and drawing on a multitude of sources including family histories, newspapers, oral histories, the expressed perspectives of women in this immigrant society, and…