Co-sponsored Publications

Arranged chronologically by year of publication.

Some books are still available for a donation. Please contact aas@sfsu.edu if you are interested in a particular publication.

1992 - A Community Secret (with Asian Women's Shelter)

A Community Secret: The Story of Two Filipinas

Agtuca, Jacqueline R. A Community Secret: The Story of Two Filipinas. San Francisco: Asian Women’s Shelter, 1992. Co-sponsored publication with Asian Women’s Shelter.

1994 - A Community Secret (with Asian Women's Shelter)

A Community Secret: For the Filipina in an Abusive Relationship

Agtuca, Jacqueline R. A Community Secret: For the Filipina in an Abusive Relationship. Seattle: Seal Press, 1994. Co-sponsored publication with Asian Women’s Shelter.

1994 - The Repeal & Its Legacy Conference Proceedings (with CHSA)

The Repeal and Its Legacy: Proceedings of the Conference on the 50th Anniversary of the Repeal of the Exclusion Acts, November 12-14, 1993

Chinese Historical Society of America, and Asian American Studies Department, San Francisco State University. The Repeal and Its Legacy: Proceedings of the Conference on the 50th Anniversary of the Repeal of the Exclusion Acts, November 12-14, 1993. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 1994.

2001 - Facing the Camera Exhibition Catalog (with CHSA)

Facing the Camera: Photographs from the Daniel K.E. Ching Collection

Chinese Historical Society of America, and Asian American Studies Department, San Francisco State University. Facing the Camera: Photographs from the Daniel K.E. Ching Collection. Museum exhibition catalog. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 2001.

2001 Breast & Cervical Cancer Conference Proceedings

Statewide Conference for, by, and about Asian American and Pacific Islander Women and Breast and Cervical Cancer Proceedings, Oct. 27, 2001

Yoo, Grace J., ed. Statewide Conference for, by, and about Asian American and Pacific Islander Women and Breast and Cervical Cancer Proceedings, Oct. 27, 2001. San Francisco: San Francisco State University, [2003]. Co-sponsored publication and conference with the National Cancer Institute; Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum; Asian and Pacific Islander National Cancer Survivors Network; Asian American Network for Cancer Awareness, Research & Training (AANCART) National and AANCART-UCSF; Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation San Francisco Affiliate; American Cancer Society (California Division); California Department of Health Services Cancer Detection Section; California Endowment; SFSU Asian Student Union; and SFSU Student Health Services.

2003-04 - The Heathen Chinee Exhibition Catalog (with CHSA)

“The Heathen Chinee”: Stereotypes of Chinese in Popular Music

Chinese Historical Society of America, and Asian American Studies Department, San Francisco State University. “The Heathen Chinee”: Stereotypes of Chinese in Popular Music. Museum exhibition catalog. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 2003.

2012 Jiangmen Conference Proceedings v. 1 (with Wuyi University)

International Symposium on International Migration and Qiaoxiang Studies Conference Proceedings

Guangdong Qiaoxiang Cultural Research Center, Wuyi University, Chinese Institute for Overseas Chinese History Studies, and Asian American Studies Department, San Francisco State University.International Symposium on International Migration and Qiaoxiang Studies Conference Proceedings. 2 vols. Jiangmen, PRC: Wuyi University, 2012.

2012 Jiangmen Conference Proceedings v. 1 (with Wuyi University)

Yinxin and the Wuyi Qiaoxiang Society. 2 Vols.

Zhang Guoxiong 張國雄, Zhao Hongying 趙紅英, and Zeng Luling 曾露凌 (Lorraine Dong), Yinxin and the Wuyi Qiaoxiang Society. 2 vols. 国际移民与侨乡研究. Zhongguo Huaqiao chubanshe 中國華僑出版社 [Overseas Chinese Press of China], Beijing, 2014
 
Lorraine Dong, "Leaving Home for a Home: Asian Immigration to America in American Children's Literature" (46-59).
Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, "On the Subject of Telling: le thi diem thuy's The Gangster We Are All Looking For" (72-85).

Eric Pido, "The Balikbayan Economy: Filipino Americans in the Contemporary Transformation of the Philippines" (86-98)

Zheng Dehua (Adjunct Faculty), "On the Formation of Guangdong Qiaoxiang" (175-190)

Marlon Hom, "Subversive Translation: Linguistic Resistance in Chinese Exclusions in Chinatown Chinese Expressions" (3-18)

Philip Choy (Adjunct Faculty),  "Canton Footprints: Sacramento's Chinese Legacy" (34-51)

Valerie Soe, "Hidden Histories: The Chinese Gardens Documentary Film Project" (52-59)

Russell Jeung, "Keeping the Tradition: A Comparison of Cantonese and Mandarin-speaking Chinese American Immigrants" (84-104)

Jeannie Woo, "Avocado and Ketchup Sandwich: Tertiary Migration Understandings" (105-115)