Tag: ethnic studies


Author/Artist G.B. Tran visits UCSB, Monday 1/28

I’m very excited to announce an upcoming visit by the talented artist and author of Vietnamerica, G.B. Tran this coming Monday, January 28th, 2013 at 6:30 in the Multicultural Center Lounge. Many thanks to the Multicultural Center, and to our co-sponsors the Hemispheric South/s Research Initiative, the American Cultures & Global Contexts Center, and the Transcriptions …


Upcoming ASA Roundtable

For those interested in critical race and ethnic studies and queer studies, I’ll be on an amazing panel at the American Studies Association this Friday with a group of very talented peers, and moderated by Anna Everett (who is too cool for words). Our panel is titled “Transformative Mediations? Ethnic and Queer Studies and the …


Toward an “Asian American” Digital Humanities

It’s almost 9pm. I’ve been back from MLA for a few hours now. I’m well snuggified on my couch with my kitty on my lap as I recover from my whirlwind three days in LA. And yet I cannot stop thinking about the many presentations, topics, controversies, and snippets that have filled the last days. …