Events

We have two featured events. The Speaker Series showcases top scholars in Asian American Studies in invited talks, and Brown Bag Conversations aims to facilitate discussions and collaborations within the Duke community. 
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Franklin Center Room 240

Human Bod(il)y Waste and Aesthetics: Japanese and Transnational Narratives examines human bod(il)y waste in literary and artistic representations. The symposium consists of two panels, one on Japan… read more about Human Bod(il)y Waste and Aesthetics: Japanese Transnational Narratives »

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Pink Parlor, East Duke Building

Hosted by the Asian American and Diaspora Studies program at Duke University, this two-day hybrid symposium interrogates how forms of racial and gendered intimacies are mediated through food and… read more about The Gastropoetics of Asian/America: A Critical Food Studies Symposium Day 1 »

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Pink Parlor, East Duke Building

Hosted by the Asian American and Diaspora Studies program at Duke University, this two-day hybrid symposium interrogates how forms of racial and gendered intimacies are mediated through food and… read more about The Gastropoetics of Asian/America: A Critical Food Studies Symposium Day 2 »

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TBD

The 2023 Undergraduate Research Symposium hosted by the Asian American & Diaspora Studies Program (AADS) will recognize current or past creative and academic work done by Duke undergraduate… read more about Asian American & Diaspora Studies Undergraduate Research Symposium »

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Rubenstein Library Carpenter Conference Room 249

Breaking Down the Asian Fetish with Novelist Elaine Hsieh ChouWhere: Rubenstein Library, Carpenter Conference Room 249When: Friday, March 24, from 12:00 - 1:30 PMJoin us for a talk with acclaimed… read more about Race x Love: Breaking Down the Asian Fetish with Novelist Elaine Hsieh Chou »

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Rubenstein Arts Center, Ruby Lounge

A Reading of Disorientation and Q&A with Elaine Hsieh ChouWhere: Ruby LoungeWhen: Friday, March 24Join us for a reading of Disorientation with acclaimed Taiwanese American novelist Elaine Hsieh… read more about A Reading of Disorientation and Q&A with Elaine Hsieh Chou »

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Nasher Museum of Art Auditorium

Lecture title and abstract forthcoming. EVENT DETAILSJoin Pawan Dhingra, Aliki Perroti and Seth Frank '55 Professor of U.S. Immigration Studies at Amherst College and the 2022-2023 Nannerl Keohane… read more about Keohane Distinguished Lecture with Pawan Dhingra »