AAS faculty & students present at the CHSA conference

Professor Jonathan Lee is the primary organizer of an upcoming Chinese Historical Society of Americas conference, "This Land Is Our Land": Chinese Pluralities Through the Americas, An International Conference of the Chinese Historical Society of the Americas (click here to the conference link), scheduled for October 6-8, 2017.  The conference is open to the public and organized by the Chinese Historical Society of America in San Francisco, California.   It is co-sponsored by the Asian American Studies Department.
 
AAS faculty, students and alumni will be presenting the following papers:
 

Phillip Cheng, “Asians in the South: Chinese Students at the University of Florida 1915- 1925”

Wei Ming Dariotis,  “Literary Tour of San Francisco Chinatown”

Russell M. Jeung, “Chinese American Familism: The Worldview of 2nd Generation”

Bianca Louie, “Coming Home at the Intersection of Contradictions”                       

Eric Mar, “The Day Is Long and Full of Terror”: Chinese American  Subjectivity, Citizenship, and Agency  (Moderator)

Kathlyn Quan, “Stomping Grounds: The Effects & Affects of Youth Activism in San Francisco Chinatown”

Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, Philip P. Choy Memorial & Chinese Couplets film screening and panel 

Francis Wong,  Performance at Closing Reception

Grace J. Yoo,  “Breast Cancer among Chinese Immigrant Women: Understanding Unmet Needs”

Calvin Yuanqing Zhao,  “Gambling and Gaming: Risk Factors of Chinese American College Students”