- Presentation by IAAS Research Fellow Dr. Leslie Wang
Institute for Asian American Studies presents: Untying the Red Thread: Adolescent Adoptees’ Desire to Search for Their Chinese Birth Parents
- Presentation by IAAS Research Fellow Dr. Jane Yeonjae Lee
Institute for Asian American Studies presents: Being non-Christian in a Christian community: Experiences of belonging and identity among Korean Americans
- UMass Boston Student Scholars to Study Culture, History, Leadership in Japan
UMass Boston is one of four universities selected for the TOMODACHI Inouye Scholars Program, designed to educate students in the U.S. about the life and contributions of Senator Inouye and other Japanese Americans.
- IAAS Research Fellows Presentation on December 12, 2013
Join us for this presentation by UMass Boston Professor Loan Dao about Vietnamese American elderly.
- UMass Boston Minute: Shauna Lo and Chinese Laundries in Massachusetts
In the latest UMass Boston Minute, we hear from the assistant director of the Institute for Asian American Studies, Shauna Lo.
- Colors of Confinement: Rare Color Photographs of Japanese American Internees
The University of North Carolina School of Law's Eric Muller will discuss the book of photography he edited, which showcases rare color photographs taken in a WWII Japanese-American internment camp.
- UMass Boston Studies Asian American Voter Registration in Massachusetts
Asian Americans comprise a growing share of voting-age residents and citizens and registered voters in Massachusetts.
- #Linsanity Remembered: On the Canonization of Asian America in the Digital Age
The Institute for Asian American Studies invites you to hear Dr. Konrad Ng, director of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program, speak at UMass Boston as part of the Takayanagi Speaker Series.
- Day of Remembrance of WWII Internment of Japanese Americans: From Confinement to College
Join IAAS for From Confinement to College: Video Oral Histories of Japanese American Students in World War II.
- Making Sense of the Census
Census workers and activists: community partnerships are needed to reach populations like Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, African Americans, and Hispanics.