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Poet and editor Russell C. Leong will read from MothSutra, based upon drawings and poetry about an Asian delivery man who rides a bicycle throughout Manhattan as he cycles through his life from East to West. Leong hopes to evoke the inner lives, meditations, hopes and dreams of persons generally invisible to those who order takeout. MothSutra was f…
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Born 1941 in Oakland, Californias Chinatown, William Gee Wong is the only son of his father, known as Pop. Born in Guangdong Province, China, Pop emigrated to Oakland as a teenager during the Chinese Exclusion era in 1912 and entered the U.S. legally as the son of a native, despite having partially false papers. 'Sons of Chinatown' is Wongs evocati…
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Since 2004, the CUNY Asian American Film Festival (AAFF) has recognized and awarded over $14,900 in cash prizes to student filmmakers enrolled at the City University of New York, including City College, Brooklyn College, Hunter College, Lehman College, College of Staten Island, and Queens College. The CUNY AAFF helps to promote the artistic visual …
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For this symposium, AAARI has invited students, scholars, community organizers, and/or practitioners to share their innovative research and creative works, pedagogical projects, programmatic efforts, and other activities that address the broad scope of AAPI Identities."بقلم Yung-Yi Diana Pan, Lili Shi and Betty Yu
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For this symposium, AAARI has invited students, scholars, community organizers, and/or practitioners to share their innovative research and creative works, pedagogical projects, programmatic efforts, and other activities that address the broad scope of AAPI Identities."بقلم Yung-Yi Diana Pan, Chaumtoli Huq and Sudha Setty
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For this symposium, AAARI has invited students, scholars, community organizers, and/or practitioners to share their innovative research and creative works, pedagogical projects, programmatic efforts, and other activities that address the broad scope of AAPI Identities."بقلم Yung-Yi Diana Pan, Linta Varghese and Rohan Zhou-Lee
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For this symposium, AAARI has invited students, scholars, community organizers, and/or practitioners to share their innovative research and creative works, pedagogical projects, programmatic efforts, and other activities that address the broad scope of AAPI Identities."بقلم Yung-Yi Diana Pan and Grace Lee
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For this symposium, AAARI has invited students, scholars, community organizers, and/or practitioners to share their innovative research and creative works, pedagogical projects, programmatic efforts, and other activities that address the broad scope of AAPI Identities."بقلم Frank Wu
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Hong Kong was a key battlefield in Asia's cultural cold war. After 1948-1949, an influx of filmmakers, writers, and intellectuals from mainland China transformed British Hong Kong into a hub for mass entertainment and popular publications. Hong Kong Media and Asia's Cold War discusses how Communist China, Nationalist Taiwan, and the U.S. fought to …
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On a hot summer day, Wang Guiping attended her divorce trial at the Xiqing Peoples Tribunal. Taking an unfaithful spouse to court would, Guiping thought, help her end a hopeless relationship and actualize her lawful rights upon divorce. Later that day, Guiping would find herself betrayed not only by her husband, but by the court system and her own …
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Based on his new book, this presentation explores the recent history of Chinese immigration within the United States and the fundamental changes in spatial settlement that have relocated many low-skilled Chinese immigrants from New York Citys Chinatown to new immigrant destinations. Using a mixed-method approach over a decade in Chinatown and six d…
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In The Children of this Madness, Gemini Wahhaj pens a complex tale of modern Bengalis, one that illuminates the recent histories not only of Bangladesh, but America and Iraq. Told in multiple voices over successive eras, this is the story of Nasir Uddin and his daughter Beena, and the intersection of their distant, vastly different lives.…
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There is a growing consensus that the discipline of sociology and the social sciences broadly need to engage more thoroughly with the legacy and the present day of colonialism, Indigenous/settler colonialism, imperialism, and racial capitalism in the United States and globally. In Disciplinary Futures, edited by Nadia Y. Kim and Pawan Dhingra, a cr…
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Asian Americans are the fastest growing group in the United States and include approximately 50 distinct ethnic groups, but their stories and experiences have often been sidelined or stereotyped. Smithsonian Asian Pacific American History, Art, and Culture in 101 Objects offers a vital window into the triumphs and tragedies, strength and ingenuity,…
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Hyunhee Park offers the first global historical study of soju, the distinctive distilled drink of Korea. Searching for sojus origins, Park leads us into the vast, complex world of premodern Eurasia. She demonstrates how the Mongol conquests of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries wove together hemispheric flows of trade, empire, scientific and t…
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C.C. Wang (1907 to 2003) is best known as a preeminent twentieth-century connoisseur and collector of pre-modern Chinese art, a reputation that often overshadows his own art. "C.C. Wang: Lines of Abstraction" recenters Wangs extraordinary career in his own artistic practice to reveal an original quest for tradition and innovation in the global twen…
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Chandra Bhan Prasad is an Indian scholar and political commentator. He is editor of Dalit Enterprise Magazine and has been widely quoted by the world press on issues of caste and the treatment of Dalits in India. Prasad is the co-author author of Defying the Odds: The Rise of Dalit Entrepreneurs (with D Shyam Babu and Devesh Kapur), Dalit Phobia: W…
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Join the Asian American / Asian Research Institute for a panel discussion for the launch of One Century after Thind, a special issue of Ethnic Studies Review, edited by Dr. Soniya Munshi (Queens College/CUNY) and Dr. Linta Varghese (Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY), examining legacies past and present of the U.S. Supreme Court case, Uni…
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Born into the steam and starch of a Chinese laundry, Anna May Wong (19051961) emerged from turn-of-the-century Los Angeles to become Old Hollywoods most famous Chinese American actress, a screen siren who captivated global audiences and signed her publicity photoswith a touch of defianceOrientally yours. Now, more than a century after her birth, Yu…
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Prof. Edward T. Chang will present on University of California, Riversides traveling exhibition to preserve and share the history of Americas first Koreatown Pachappa Camp a community of Korean migrant workers in Riverside who contributed to the citys citrus development. Among those workers was Koreas most influential independence activists, Dosan …
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As early as the Civil War, a dozen Filipino men living in Massachusetts enlisted in the Union army. In the 1900s, Filipino pensionados studied at Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and other colleges. After the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, Filipino medical, military, and other professionals settled in and around Greater…
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Novelist Wendy Law-Yone, tracks Aung San Suu Kyis transformation from daughter of a national hero to materfamilias of Myanmar, placing her firmly within the context of the Burmese Buddhist notions of nationhood and motherhood and explaining her continuing role as the figurehead of the nations struggles. The result is a unique portrait of a living l…
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In Creating Identity, Prof. Jayashree Kambl examines the romance genre, with its sensile flexibility in retaining what audiences find desirable and discarding what is not, by asking an important question: Who is the romance heroine, and what does she want? To find the answer, Kambl explores how heroines in ten novels reject societal labels and inst…
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Since 2004, the CUNY Asian American Film Festival (AAFF) has recognized and awarded over $12,000 in cash prizes to student filmmakers enrolled at the City University of New York, including City College, Brooklyn College, Hunter College, Lehman College, College of Staten Island, and Queens College. The CUNY AAFF helps to promote the artistic visual …
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Since 2004, the CUNY Asian American Film Festival (AAFF) has recognized and awarded over $14,300 in cash prizes to student filmmakers enrolled at the City University of New York, including City College, Brooklyn College, Hunter College, Lehman College, College of Staten Island, and Queens College. The CUNY AAFF helps to promote the artistic visual …
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Join APA VOICE, the Asian American / Asian Research Institute, and other partners for a candidate forum for New York City Council District 1, representing neighborhoods including Chinatown, the Lower East Side, Two Bridges, NoHo, SoHo, and Financial Distinct.بقلم Ursula Jung, Susan Lee, Christopher Marte, Helen Qiu and Pooi Stewart
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In this talk based on his upcoming book supported by the Betty Lee Sung Research Endowment Fund, Prof. Kit Myers explores how the orphan figure; birth and adoptive families; and sending (Asian) and receiving (United States) nations have been configured in transnational adoption discourse and law. Looking at popular television, legal journals, and c…
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An interdisciplinary exploration of Asian diasporas as gendering spaces that host uneven movements of bodies, identities, histories, and hegemonies.بقلم Rupa Pillai, Peggy Lee, Tanya Hong, JinJin Xu, Natassja B. Gunasena, Sonja Thomas, Sokunthary Svay and Lili Shi
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Abandoned and left in the streets as a newborn baby, KAD (Nam) returns home to find the world she lost as a baby. In search of her birth parents, she attempts to retrace her journey from birth to being adopted by a family in America, but old records and 35 years of economic growth have transformed the Korea of her infancy into a country where infor…
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At this symposium, students, scholars, and/or practitioners, within and outside of CUNY, will share their innovative research and creative works, pedagogical projects, programmatic efforts, models for organizing and activism, and other activities at CUNY that address critical issues in Asian American studies and/or communities.…
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At this symposium, students, scholars, and/or practitioners, within and outside of CUNY, will share their innovative research and creative works, pedagogical projects, programmatic efforts, models for organizing and activism, and other activities at CUNY that address critical issues in Asian American studies and/or communities.…
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At this symposium, students, scholars, and/or practitioners, within and outside of CUNY, will share their innovative research and creative works, pedagogical projects, programmatic efforts, models for organizing and activism, and other activities at CUNY that address critical issues in Asian American studies and/or communities.…
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At this symposium, students, scholars, and/or practitioners, within and outside of CUNY, will share their innovative research and creative works, pedagogical projects, programmatic efforts, models for organizing and activism, and other activities at CUNY that address critical issues in Asian American studies and/or communities.…
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Prof. Kenneth J. Yin will discuss his new book, Mystical Forest: Collected Poems and Short Stories of Dungan Ethnographer Ali Dzhon. Born in Shor-Tyube, Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic, in 1951, Dungan ethnographer and creative writer Ali Dzhon is widely regarded as the preeminent writer on the material and spiritual culture and history of the Dun…
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Join us for a panel of scholars and community activists discussing Armenian American histories, from immigration bans in the late nineteenth century to Executive Order 13679 and ongoing displacement and marginalization from homelands and belonging today. Uplifting the long history of Armenian community activism in the US, this panel will inspire pa…
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Join Kew and Willow Books for a celebration of Bushra Rehman novels Roses, in the Mouth of a Lion, an unforgettable story about female friendship and queer desire in a Pakistani-American community in Corona, Queens. This celebration will feature some of Queens most celebrated and beloved writers including Bushra Rehman, Christine Kandic Torres, Jai…
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Observations of contemporary life that make monkeys of us, this existential disbelief thrums through speculative stories and essays in writer Xu Xis latest collection, Monkey in Residence and Other Speculations. These 16 short pieces, evenly divided between fiction and nonfiction, are in turn elegiac, satiric, darkly comic, lyrical, even confession…
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Join us for a screening of the feature documentary, In Search of Bengali Harlem, directed by Vivek Bald and Alaudin Ullah. After the screening there will be a panel discussion with the co-directors and Bangladeshi artists, organizers, and community members including Nahar Alam, Nadia Q. Ahmad, DRUM (Desis Rising Up and Moving), and S. Nadia Hussain…
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Distinguished Professor Kevin Nadal will discuss his new book, Dismantling Everyday Discrimination: Microaggressions Toward LGBTQ People, examining the microaggressions that LGBTQ people face on a daily basis, highlights their impact on mental health, and discusses ways mental health providers can help clients process and address microaggressions.…
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For this talk, Dr. Yunte Huang will speak on his new book, Chinese Whispers: Toward a Transpacific Poetics, which explores the dynamics of poetry and poetics in the age of globalization, particularly questions of translatability, universality, and risk in the transpacific context. Chinese whispers refers to an American childrens game dating to the …
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There is a glaring lack of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) representation in higher education leadership, although AAPIs may be well represented in the ranks of faculty and the student body. Participants will learn about the importance of creating a platform for collaboration and synergy among AAPI leaders who have reached the position o…
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In 1849, Horace Webster, the first president of the Free Academy said of the radical social experiment that would eventually become the City University of New York: The experiment is to be tried, whether the children of the people, the children of the whole people, can be educated, and whether an institution of the highest grade, can be controlled …
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In Refusing Death, Nadia Y. Kim tells the stories of Asian and undocumented Latin@ immigrant women, finding that they are influential because of their ability to remap politics, community, and citizenship in the face of the countrys nativist racism and system of class injustice, defined not just by disproportionate environmental pollution but also …
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Author Dorothy Moss will present on Hung Liu: Portraits of Promised Lands, a catalogue of the stunning work by the late contemporary Chinese American artist Hung Liu (1948-2021), who blended painting and photography to offer new frameworks for understanding portraiture in relation to time, memory, and history. Often working from photographs, Liu us…
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