AAS faculty and students presented at the Association of Asian American Studies conference in Miami the following papers:
Kei Fischer, "Dont Forget Me: A Movement to Build 'Comfort Women' memorials in the United States"
Russell Jeung, "Towards a Theory of Religion: The Roots and Implications of Liyi Discourse"
Ben Kobashigawa, "Frank Higashi; MIS: A Nisei Soldier in the Homeland"
Eric Pido, "Other Militarisms: Articulation a New Methodology for Imagining Militarization in the Pacific "
Christen Sasaki, "Mediating Militarism through fashion in Cold War Pacific World"
Wesley Ueunten, "Militarized Songs: The Transformation of Indigenous Music in Okinawa"
Grace Yoo, ""Comfort Women" & Intergenerational Trauma/Grief: The Role of Carework in Asian American Panethnicity"
AAS Graduate Students
Jason Galinato Agpaoa, "Teacher Participatory Action Research"
Bianca Louie, "Narratives of Queer and Christian Asian Americans: Triple Intersectionality
Dale Dagar Maglalang, "Puffing to Acculturate: E-Cigarettes and Asian Americans"
Desun Oka, "Transformation of the "Comfort Women Issue" in the United States"
"The MIS and the Asian American Identity Formation"
AAS Undergraduate Student
Jomarie Pena & Deodor Tronco, "Teacher Participatory Action Research"