The Global Asian Studies Program at UIC is hosting a virtual symposium this Thursday and Friday, April 7-8, 2022, bringing together scholars, students, and community partners working to develop pedagogies of Global Asian Studies. I am excited to moderate Friday’s pedagogy workshop, “How Do We Teach GLAS?,” featuring Nadine Attewell, Robert Ji-Song Ku, and Sonia Ryang. This symposium is free and open to the public. For more information and to register, click here.
Join me at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee at 7PM (CDT) on Tuesday, March 15, for a public lecture on the wartime mass incarceration of Japanese Americans and the longer history of pervasive anti-Asian xenophobia in the United States. Explore how Japanese Americans negotiated, reclaimed, and redefined ideas about home, citizenship, belonging, and what it means to be American throughout the twentieth century.
This event is part of the exhibition, Then They Came for Me: Incarceration of Japanese Americans During WWII and the Demise of Civil Liberties.
This program has both in-person and virtual options.
PRE-REGISTER to choose your viewing option.
I am pleased to be part of a professional development workshop for Chicago public school teachers on the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans and the teaching of Asian American history. I will present a session introducing teachers to critical themes in Asian American history. This program is sponsored by Facing History & Ourselves in support of the implementation of the TEAACH (Teaching Equitable Asian American Community History) Act, which makes Illinois the first state to require Asian American history be taught in public schools.
Please register and/or pass it along to those you know who may be interested in participating:
I am excited to join the International Cultural Studies Graduate Certificate Program at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa to present a virtual talk on Wednesday, February 16. You can register for the webinar here.
It’s Publication Day for Citizens, Immigrants, and the Stateless: A Japanese American Diaspora in the Pacific!
I am grateful for the support of so many people over the years that made the publication of this book possible.
Visit Stanford University Press for more information and to order with discount code JIN20.