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ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM 2014-2015

 

ASIAN 210 NOW AVAILABLE AS BOTH ONLINE-ONLY AND IN PERSON SECTIONS! NOTE THAT ONLINE-ONLY SECTIONS ARE LISTED AS 'TBA' IN CUNYFIRST: CLICK ON THE COURSE AND YOU WILL SEE THAT IT'S ONLINE-ONLY!

 

ABOUT THE AASP, PATHWAYS, AND CUNYFIRST

All currently offered AASP courses satisfy the GER Pluralism & Diversity requirement as well as the new College Option that is part of Pathways. However, for students looking at the Schedule of Classes on CUNYfirst, there will be no mention of Pluralism & Diversity: courses will say that they satisfy either "College Option" or "Regular Liberal Arts." If you were an incoming student in Fall '13, you take courses under the so-called Hunter Core, but if you entered Hunter before fall '13, you still need to satisfy the old P&D that's part of the GER. All currently offered AASP courses will meet at least one of those requirements, so please visit our course listings OR email AASP Director Jennifer Hayashida for more information.

We know: it's confusing, so if you have questions, just email the AASP Program Director!

 

TO GET INVOLVED WITH THE AASP AND TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ON- AND OFF-CAMPUS ACTIVITIES RELATED TO ASIAN AMERICAN COMMUNITIES IN NEW YORK, PLEASE EMAIL THE AASP COLLEGE ASSISTANT KEVIN PARK TO FIND OUT MORE!

 

FALL 2014 AASP COURSE SCHEDULE

Linta Varghese, PhD
ASIAN 210 (Asians in the US)
M/TH 1:10 - 2:25 and M/TH 2:25 - 4:00

Erica Chutuape, PhD
ASIAN 210 (Asians in the US)
T/F 11:10 - 12:25 and Wednesdays from 10:10 - 1:00

ASIAN 330.10 (Asian Americans & Education)
T/F 12:45 - 2:00

Mitch Wu
ASIAN 210 (Asians in the US)
M/W 7:00 - 8:15PM

Dan Bacalzo, PhD
ASIAN 210 (Asians in the US)
T/TH 7:00 - 8:15PM

Deeadra Brown
ASIAN 220.04 (Arab American Lit)
T/TH 4:10 - 5:25

Farrah Qidwai
ASIAN 220.05 (South Asian Women's Lit)
T/F 2:10 - 3:25

ASIAN 220.12 (Asian American Lit)
Fri 5:40 - 8:40PM

ASIAN 330.08 (Muslim Diasporas)
T/F 12:45 - 2:00

Luis Francia
ASIAN 220.06 (Filipino American Lit)
T/F 9:45 - 11:00

Lily Ann Divino
ASIAN 230.02 (Asian American Communities & Mental Health)
M/TH 8:10 - 9:25AM

Sally Wen Mao
ASIAN 390.18 (Asian American Poetics)
Wed 10:10 - 1:00

Melissa Phruksachart
ASIAN 340.01 (Asian Pacific American Media)
M/TH 1:10 - 2:25

 

 

FRIDAY, MAY 2, 2014

THE COLOR OF CITIZENSHIP: LEGACIES OF JAPANESE AMERICAN INTERNMENT FROM WWII TO STOP & FRISK, A DAY-LONG CONFERENCE AT THE ROOSEVELT HOUSE PUBLIC POLICY INSTITUTE AT HUNTER COLLEGE

CONFERENCE PROGRAM & RSVP: http://www.roosevelthouse.hunter.cuny.edu/events/color-citizenship-tracing-legacies-japanese-internment-wwii-stop-frisk/


 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2014

SECOND ANNUAL APA COMMUNITY FAIR AT HUNTER COLLEGE!

The fair will consist of tabling by local APA community groups and will feature performances on the third floor of the Hunter West building. For those of you who have been to Hunter, it is the large lobby area outside the student cafeteria, a thoroughfare that gets a lot of visibility and foot traffic when classes are in session. Please note that we are inviting a smaller number of groups this year in order to ensure that everyone gets equal visibility and access to students.

Students, faculty, staff, and community members are welcome to join us for this FREE event, to learn more about the links between the Hunter AASP curriculum and to celebrate the work of our fantastic students and community-based partners. Last year's fair made a big impact at Hunter, bringing new students to our program AND bringing Hunter students to APA organizations!

 

MAY 14-18, 2014: NY Premiere of NO-NO BOY @ PAN ASIAN REPERTORY THEATRE!

http://www.panasianrep.org/no_no_boy.shtml

Adapted from the groundbreaking novel by John Okada, NO-NO BOY follows draft resister Ichiro Yamada as he returns to Seattle following his release from prison. Ken Narasaki’s vivid adaptation depicts Ichiro’s search for resolution among family, friends, and a community in transition following the resettlement of Japanese Americans on the West Coast after the war. Written by Ken Narasaki; directed by Ron Nakahara.

 

DECEMBER 5 - MARCH 23: "SERVE THE PEOPLE: THE ASIAN AMERICAN MOVEMENT IN NEW YORK" @ INTERFERENCE ARCHIVE, BROOKLYN

Serve the People: The Asian American Movement in New York charts a history of Asian American activism, organizing, and cultural production in the 1970s, the first exhibition to focus on New York as a center of this national phenomenon. Through posters, leaflets, newspapers, film, and music, Serve the People shows how Asian American identity was shaped by reclaimed histories, revolutionary politics, feminist awareness, third worldism, and community organizing. The culture created by young activists and artists in the movement embodied their ideals, speaking to the excitement and urgency of the time. Curated by Ryan Wong.

 

1338 HW / (212) 772-5660

Email: jennifer.hayashida@hunter.cuny.edu

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