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.
Hosted by the Asian American & Diaspora Studies Program at Duke University, the one-day symposium explores connections and intersections between Medical Humanities and Asian American Studies. The… read more about Medical Humanities and Asian American Studies »
What does the writing of world history look like when African and African American histories of global and local presence and engagement are placed at the center of the conversation? This workshop… read more about Intersections: Asian, African, and African American Histories »
This talk attempts to connect the dots in our studies of Asian America-from early 19th century immigration, the exclusion laws, the World War II era, post-1965 immigration, and the neoliberalism of… read more about Connecting the Dots: Asian Americans, Liberalism, and Capitalist Imperialism »
There are few grand narratives that loom over Asian Americans more than the "model minority." While many Asian Americanist scholars and activists aim to disprove the model minority as "myth," Takeo… read more about Model Minority Masochism: Performing the Cultural Politics of Asian American Masculinity »