Friday, February 19, 2010
Alexander Library Teleconference Room, Alexander Library, CAC
For the first time at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, this one-day conference brings leaders in Asian American Studies in conversation with Rutgers faculty to highlight three current developments in the field: Connective and Comparative Race Histories, Visual and Performative Cultures, and Trans-regionalism. These three developments mark the cutting-edge approaches of this forty-year old field that will guide the research imperatives for Asian American Studies unique to our region.
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