Race and Resistance Studies and Asian American Studies are both co-sponsoring a book talk with author, Karen Ishizuka, who has recently written Serve the People-Making Asian America in the Long Sixties. Ishizuka conducted 120 interviews to piece together a vivid illustration of the Asian American Movement. Come by LIB 121 on April 4th from 12:30-2pm to hear about Karen ishizuka's new book.
Author/historian Erika Lee will discuss her new critically accliamed book "Making of Asian America". There will be a brief Q&A at the end of the session. Books will be on sale and light refreshments will be served.
Tony Robles author of two books, Lakas and the Manilatown Fish and Lakas and the Makibaka Hotel as well co-editor Poor Magazine will read from and talk about his new book Cool Don't live Here No More: A Letter to San Francisco.
Sponsored by the San Francisco Public Main Library and co-sponsored by the Asian American Studies Department at SFSU.
Asian American Studies welcomes new lecturers for Spring 2016.
They include the following new lecturers:
Simmy Makhijani, Ph.D., AAS 540 South Asians in the U.S.
Judy Tan, Ph.D., AAS 591 Asian American Community Health
Justin Woodard, M.A., Doctoral Candidate in Education, AAS 301 Asian American of Mixed Heritage
The Asian American Studies Department is pleased to annouce that applications are now available for the Paul Whang Memorial Fellowship. In honor of the memory of Paul Whang’s dedication to helping youth, the Paul Whang Memorial Fellowship provides support to college students working with low-income youth in Asian American communities.
Consider making a year-end donation to the Asian American Studies Success Fund. This fund is used to support AAS students with a welcome orientation, educational programs and special gatherings with alumni through the year.
AAS faculty accomplishments include the following for the month of October, November and December 2015
Mai Nhung Le and Dale Maglalang, AAS MA graduate student, published the article, "Unmet needs of Asian American and Pacific Islander Cancer Patients," in the Journal of Cancer Education.
Produced by AAS 210 students and open to the public
Creative and interactive exhibit on the history of Asians in the U.S.
AAS 352 Filipino American Culture and Literature students will be putting on the show, "Chicken Adobo for the Filipino Soul."
Wednesday, December 9th at 7pm in Burk 28 at SF State