“Grits and Soy Sauce: Processes of Asian American Jazz”

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2013 Guest Lecturer Series for Asian American/Asian Diaspora Studies 122: “Japanese American History:  Historical and Contemporary Perspectives” “Grits and Soy Sauce:  Processes of Asian American Jazz” November 7th, 2013 (Thursday) 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM, 118 Barrows Hall   On Thursday, November 7th, AA/ADS 122 will be hosting a guest lecture with Dr. Anthony Brown from…

“Infinity and Chashu Ramen” is coming to Berkeley on November 21st at the California Theatre!

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Infinity and Chashu Ramen is coming to Berkeley on Thursday, November 21st @7pm at the California Theatre, 2113 Kitteridge Street! Infinity and Chashu Ramen is Ikeibi Films first full-length featured film. It focuses on the multicultural/multigenerational Asian American experience in San Francisco’s Japantown. The film features an ensemble cast of new and prominent independent Asian…

Spring 2014 Courses!

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Information on Spring 2014 courses is now available! Click here to visit our Courses page and see what classes our wonderful faculty will be teaching next semester!

Great Grad School Opportunity with the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy

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The Master of Planning degree at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy will offer up to five full-tuition diversity fellowships for our 2014 entering class. The Price School is looking for students who have shown a commitment to improving the quality of life in under-served communities. Students should apply by December 15, 2013…

Six Week, 1 Unit Writing Seminar with Professor Fae Myenne Ng!

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  Ethnic Studies 180    Fall 2013, 1 unit HAVE A STORY YOU’VE ALWAYS WANTED TO WRITE?  WRITE IT NOW!  CREATIVE CHALLENGES IN MULTICULTURAL AMERICA, a writing workshop Fae Myenne Ng September 24, October 8, 22, November 5, 19, & December 3 Tu 10-12:30 Do you have a story you’ve always wanted to write?  Join this six-week seminar and write that story…