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    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Log in/out.. About AAAS.. Board of Directors.. Awards.. Books.. Graduate Travel Fund.. Conference.. Registration.. Call for Papers.. Guidelines.. Proposal Submission.. Schedule FAQs.. Exhibitors.. Hotel Site Information.. Future Conferences.. Resources.. Members.. JAAS.. Links.. Contact Us.. Welcome to AAAS.. 2013 AAAS Conference Online Registration.. Click here for Online Registration.. AAS Logo Contest!.. Call for Submissions:.. Association for Asian American Studies Logo Contest.. www.. aaastudies.. org.. $200 Prize or Lifetime membership to AAAS.. The Association for Asian American Studies seeks submissions for a new graphic logo and banner to represent the Association (AAAS).. Founded in 1979, AAAS is a non-profit organization dedicated to Asian American studies, and the Association's annual meeting is one of the  ...   our Association's profile as a dynamic leader in Asian American Studies in the 21st century.. Logo Contest Guidelines.. UPDATES.. Conference Plenary and Tour Information.. Conference proposal notification are steadily going out.. Check your inbox.. 2013 Conference Exhibitors and Ad Packets is now available.. 2013 Conference Hotel Reservation is now.. LIVE.. MEMBERSHIP.. Online AAAS Membership and Renewal Form.. Membership Number Retrieval.. Change of Address Form.. (for members only).. LOGIN.. User Name.. Password.. Remember Me.. Forgot your password?.. Forgot your username?.. Create an account.. STAY CONNECTED.. By A.. Web Design.. Contact.. Secretariat (At) aaastudies (Dot) org.. Conference (At) aaastudies (Dot) org.. Association for Asian American Studies.. 214 Social Sciences Building.. 267 19th Avenue S, Minneapolis, MN 55455..

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    Descriptive info: AAAS online accounts are available to paying members only.. To access the following services on this site, please login.. E-Digest Archive.. Conference Archives..

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    Descriptive info: STATEMENT.. The Association for Asian American Studies.. was founded in 1979 for the purpose of advancing the highest professional standard of excellence in teaching and research in the field of Asian American Studies; promoting better understanding and closer ties between and among various sub-components within Asian American Studies: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, Hawai’ian, Southeast Asian, South Asian, Pacific Islander, and other groups.. AAAS sponsors professional activities to facilitate increased communication and scholarly exchange among teachers, researchers, and students in the field of Asian American Studies.. The organization advocates and represents the interests and welfare of Asian American Studies and Asian Americans.. AAAS is also founded for the purpose of educating American society about the history and aspirations of Asian American ethnic minorities.. The purposes of the Association reflect long-term goals and interest of the membership, and serve to guide the Association's policies and activities..  ...   professionally involved and committed to the study of Asian Americans.. 4.. To coordinate professional activity involving meetings, research projects, teaching, advocacy projects, and community relations among members; and between members and non- members.. 5.. To support increased communication and scholarly exchanges among students, teachers, and scholars in the field of Asian American Studies.. 6.. To promote professional dignity in the field, its many programs and practitioners, so as to have a positive influence upon American public opinion, society, and government in all areas where Asian Americans are affected.. 7.. To act as an advocate for the interests and welfare of Asian American Studies in academia and government.. 8.. To assist with the task of educating American society and government with the history of Asian Americans and the contemporary issues and problems they face in the United States.. About AAAS.. AAAS Constitution.. AAAS Policies and Procedures..

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    Descriptive info: President.. Mary Yu Danico.. Term: 2012-14.. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.. 3801 West Temple Blvd.. Pomona, CA 91768.. Email: mkydanico AT aaastudies DOT org.. Mary.. Danico is a professor of sociology and Vice-chair of the Psychology and Sociology Department at Cal Poly Pomona.. She is the current president of the Association for Asian American Studies (2012-2014).. As president she states, “I am fortunate to have such dynamic board members who share the vision of having AAAS be the nexus of all things Asian Pacific Islander American.. The stellar scholarship, advocacy, activism, and public policy work of our association members highlight the growing significance of Asian American Studies as a praxis of education and community engagement.. ” She is the author of two books “The 1.. 5 Generation: Becoming Korean American in Hawaii” and “Asian American Issues” and the co-editor of “Transforming the Ivory Tower: Challenging Racism, Sexism, and Homophobia in the Academy” with Dr.. Brett Stockdill.. She is currently writing her 4th book on Korean American Diaspora.. She was a senior Fulbright scholar in Korea 2005-2006 where she examined reverse migration of Korean Americans and Asian American Diaspora.. Secretary/Treasurer.. Anna Gonzalez.. Term: 2011-14.. Lewis and Clark College Portland, OR.. Email: annakgonzalez AT gmail DOT com.. Anna Gonzalez is the Dean of Students for Lewis and Clark College.. As the campus' senior student affairs officer, Anna oversees all facets of the co-curricular life of students.. Before coming to Lewis and Clark College, Anna was the Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and before then was the Associate Dean of Students at the University of California Irvine.. Anna sailed four times as Dean of Students with the Semester at Sea Program.. She recently published an article in the book Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Higher Education: Research and Perspectives on Identity, Leadership, and Success (Ching and Agbayani, 2012).. As secretary/treasurer for the association, she is proud to have supervised the move of the Secretariat Office from Cornelle to UIUC and then from UIUC to the University of Minnesota and ensured the fiscal growth and stability of the association.. Anna received her B.. S.. from Loyola Marymount University and her M.. A.. and Ph.. D.. from Claremont Graduate University.. Regional Representatives.. Interior West/South.. Jennifer Ho.. Term: 2011-13.. Department of English Comparative Literature.. UNC Chapel Hill.. Greenlaw Hall, CB#3520.. Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3520.. Email:jho AT email.. unc DOT edu.. Jennifer Ann Ho is currently an Associate Professor in the English and Comparative Literature Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.. Her research and teaching interests are in Asian American, Multiethnic American and Contemporary American literature and popular culture.. Her first book, Consumption and Identity in Asian American Coming-of-Age Novels (Routledge Press, 2005) examines the intersection of coming-of-age, ethnic identity formation, and foodways in late 20th CenturyAsian American coming-of-age narratives and American popular culture.. Her current book manuscript, “What ARE You?” Racial Ambiguity in Contemporary Asian American Culture investigates the theme of racial ambiguity in various modes of cultural production (oral history, new media, literature, film, sports journalism) created predominantly by and about Asian Americans in the late-20th century.. Mid-Atlantic.. Jennifer Hayashida.. Asian American Studies Program.. Hunter College, CUNY.. Email: jennifer Dot hayashida AT hunter Dot cuny Dot edu.. Jennifer Hayashida is Director of the Asian American Studies Program (AASP) at Hunter College, The City University of New York, the only program of its kind in the 23-campus CUNY system.. Her collaborative and individual work as an artist, writer, and translator has been published and exhibited in the U.. and internationally.. Fields of interest include representations of the immigrant and the welfare state, cross-genre literary practices, experimental documentary film/video, and Asian American community activism.. Mid-West.. Martin Manalansan.. Department of Anthropology.. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.. 109 Davenport Hall.. 607 South Mathews Avenue.. Urbana, IL 61801.. Email: manalans AT illinois DOT  ...   for the past 25 years to the development and growth of Asian American studies on several different college campuses.. Pacific Northwest, Hawai’i and Pacific Islands, and Western Canada.. Roderick Labrador.. Department of Ethnic Studies.. University of Hawai'i, Manoa.. Email: labrador AT hawaii Dot edu.. Rod Labrador is a 1.. 5-generation Filipino American—he was born in the Philippines and immigrated to the U.. during elementary school, growing up in southeast San Diego.. He is a graduate of the University of Rochester (BA), University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa(MA), and earned his doctorate in anthropology from UCLA.. Prior to his current position as an assistant professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, he worked for nearly a decade as the director of a university-based college access program in a low-income, urban Honolulu community comprised primarily of Filipinos, Samoans, and Native Hawaiians.. He has lived and worked in Honolulu for nearly the past 20 years.. From 1999-2004, he was the co-director (with Erin Kahunawaika’ala Wright) of the UCLA Hawai‘i Travel Study Program and he has been been the sole director of the summer program since 2005.. His research and community work focuses on race, ethnicity, class, culture, language, migration, education, hip hop, and cultural production in Hawai‘i, the US, and the Philippines.. Southern California.. Stella Oh.. Department of Women’s Studies.. Loyola Marymount University.. Email: stella Dot oh AT lmu Dot edu.. Stella Oh is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Women’s Studies at Loyola Marymount University.. She received her doctorate at the University of California, Irvine in the Department of English and Comparative Literature.. Professor Oh’s area of expertise is Asian American literature and aesthetics.. She has presented her work on race, gender, and narrative ethics at several international conferences.. Her research has also appeared in numerous peer-reviewed journals such as.. LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory.. ,.. AJWS: Asian Journal of Women’s Studies.. , and.. Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studie.. s.. She has also contributed chapters to anthologies including.. Mine Okubo:.. Following Her Own Road,.. and.. Passage to Manhattan:.. Critical.. Essays on.. Meena Alexander.. Professor Oh also co-organized.. The World Conference on Japanese Military Sexual Slavery.. in 2007 which addressed war crimes and violence against women.. In addition to her scholarly pursuits, Professor Oh actively works with the Korean American community on issues of sex trafficking.. She is currently working on her book manuscript which explores racial and gender formations of Asian Americans during the Cold War.. Professor Oh teaches Asian American Women’s Experience, Feminist Theories, Literature by Women of Color, and Women of Color in the United States.. Graduate Student.. James Zarsadiaz.. Department of History.. Northwestern University.. Email: jfzdiaz AT U DOT northwestern DOT edu.. James Zarsadiaz is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at Northwestern University.. He specializes in twentieth century United States history with particular interest in Asian American studies, comparative urban/suburban studies, oral history, and cultural studies.. His dissertation examines the relationship between sub/urban planning, immigration, and myths of the frontier and U.. West in post-WWII Southern California.. James has forthcoming work in.. Amerasia Journal.. Journal of Social History.. , and is a 2010 recipient of the Northwestern Lacey Baldwin Smith Prize for Teaching Excellence.. He is a former graduate representative for the American Studies Association and is the founding chair of the Northwestern Ethnic Studies Graduate Student Committee.. He holds a B.. in American Studies and Political Science from George Washington University.. James is originally from Walnut, California.. Past Presidents.. Josephine Lee (2010-2012).. Rick Bonus (.. 2008-2010).. Rajini Srikanth (2006-2008).. Franklin Ng (2004-2006).. Dana Y.. Takagi (2002-2004).. Hien Duc Do (2000-2002).. Stephen H.. Sumida (1999-2000).. Yen Le Espiritu (1997-1998).. Gail M.. Nomura (1995-1997).. Kenyon S.. Chan (1993-1995).. Elaine H.. Kim (1991-1993).. Franklin Odo (1989-1991).. Shirley Hune (1987-1989).. Gary Y.. Okihiro (1985-1987).. Don T.. Nakanishi (1983-1985).. Sucheng Chan (1981-1983).. Douglas W.. Lee (.. 1979-1980)..

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    Descriptive info: 2012.. |.. 2011.. |.. 2010.. 2009.. 2008.. 2007.. 2006.. 2005.. 2004.. 2003.. 2002.. 2001.. 2000.. 1999.. 1998.. 1997.. 1996.. 1995.. 1993.. 1992.. 1991.. 1990.. 1989.. 1988.. 1987.. 2012 (Washington, DC ).. Lifetime Achievement Award.. Franklin Odo.. Gary Okihiro.. Excellence in Mentoring Award.. Yen Le Espiritu.. Early Career Award.. Anita Mannur.. Best Graduate Student Paper Award.. Ma Vang.. Anita Affeldt Graduate Travel Fund Award.. Ruth Kim.. Laura Kwak.. Leadership Award.. Honorable Norman Mineta.. Community Award.. White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and President's Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.. National Council of Asian Pacific Americans.. Organization of Pan Asian American Women.. Book Awards.. Awards given for books published in 2010.. Cultural Studies.. J.. B.. Capino.. Dream Factories of a Former Colony: American Fantasies, Philippine Cinema (University of Minnesota Press).. Honorable Mention:.. Leslie Bow.. Partly Colored: Asian Americans and Racial Anomaly in the Segregated South (New York University Press).. Poetry.. Tan Lin.. Seven Controlled Vocabularies and Obituary 2004.. The Joy of Cooking: [AIRPORT NOVEL MUSICAL POEM PAINTING FILM PHOTO HALLUCINATION LANDSCAPE] (Wesleyan University Press).. Prose.. Karen Tei Yamashita.. I-Hotel (Coffee House Press).. Neela Vaswani.. You Have Given Me a Country (Sarabande Books).. Social Science.. Eleana Kim.. Adopted Territory: Transnational Korean Adoptees and the Politics of Belonging (Duke University Press).. Robyn M.. Rodriguez.. Migrants for Export: How the Philippine Brokers Labor to the World (University of Minnesota Press).. History.. Lisa Rose Mar.. Brokering Belonging: Chinese in Canada's Exclusion Era, 1885-1945 (Oxford University Press).. Him Mark Lai.. Chinese American Transnational Politics (University of Illinois Press).. Erika Lee and Judy Yung.. Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America (Oxford University Press).. Literary Studies.. Steven Yao.. Foreign Accents: Chinese American Verse from Exclusion to Postethnicity (Oxford University Press).. 2011 (New Orleans, Louisiana ).. Engaged Scholarship Award.. Shirley Hune.. Elaine Kim.. Leadership and Community Award.. Vatsana Chanthala.. Marina Espina.. Diem Nguyen.. Minh Nguyen.. Vietnamese American Young Leaders Association of New Orleans.. Mary Queen of Viet Nam Community Development Corporation, Inc.. Awards given for books published in 2009.. Margo Machida.. Unsettled Visions: Contemporary Asian American Artists and the Social Imaginary (Duke Univerisity Press).. Sunaina Maira.. Missing: Youth, Citizenship, and Empire after 9/11 (Duke University Press).. Poetry / Prose.. Rakesh Satyal.. Blue Boy (Kensington).. Wei Li.. Ethnoburb: The New Ethnic Community in Urban America (Hawaii University Press).. Greg Robinson.. A Tragedy of Democracy: Japanese Confinement in North America (Columbia University Press).. Timothy Yu.. Race and the Avant Garde: Experimental and Asian American Poetry (Stanford University Press).. Kevin Escudero.. Lily Ann Welty.. 2010 (Austin, Texas).. Individual Community Service Award.. Ms.. Amy Wong Mok.. is the Founder of the Asian American Cultural Center and the President of the Asian American Community Partnership in Austin, Texas.. These two organizations have initiated many activities that foster the community spirit, preserve the history, advocate awareness of APIDA issues, and empower political participation of Asian Americans.. Amy has served on numerous civic boards and won many honors by exercising her leadership role.. She is the first Asian American to be elected President of the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault.. She tirelessly advocates justice for Asian Americans by providing culturally significant information to the Austin Police cadets training yearly.. Proud of her Asian American cultural heritage, Amy has instituted many cultural events including the annual Dragon Boat Race and Festival.. She is an outstanding community servant, a mentor and a leader who works diligently and effectively for the APIDA community.. Because of her passion to civic service, Amy was selected in the American Trustee Project.. Organizational Community Service Award.. SAHELI for Asian Families.. is a non-profit organization that provides a broad range of services from counseling to crisis intervention to emergency housing for domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking victims of Asian descent.. SAHELI stands for Support, Advocate, Heal, Empower, Listen, and Inform.. From its founding in 1992 as a support group for the Asian Indian community, SAHELI has evolved to address the cultural and language needs of all Asian and other immigrant families affected by domestic violence.. The agency also provides phone support, referrals, and system advocacy to all parts of Texas and outside of the state for those who cannot access similar services within their local jurisdiction.. Linda Phan was hired in 2005 as SAHELI’s first full-time executive director and also represents the Austin APA community as a representative to the Commission on Immigrant Affairs providing advice to Austin’s City Council.. SAHELI’s bold, creative approach has helped it develop a reputation as not only a domestic violence program, but a go-to organization for advocacy on a range of issues affecting the entire Asian American and immigrant community.. SAHELI has become a resource of choice for not only the Asian American community, but also the African, Eastern European, and Middle Eastern immigrant communities.. See.. http://www.. saheli-austin.. org/.. Event Community Service Award.. Austin Asian American Film Festival (AAAFF).. is committed to celebrating the best in independent Asian cinema and bringing awareness to global issues and causes.. The 6th annual Austin Asian American Film Festival was held during November 12-15, 2009 at the Alamo Drafthouse on South Lamar and funded, in part, by the City of Austin Cultural Arts Grant.. It featured 40 films and various social and networking events.. Numerous free events and films were held at The Mexican American Cultural Center and The University of Texas at Austin, including a panel discussion and the film, ‘White on Rice’ with 300 in attendance.. Two awards, “Best Feature” and “Best Short”, were given to films that embodied innovation, entertainment value, and community empowerment.. The success of this festival is due to the commitment and tireless efforts of the Executive Director, Masashi Niwano, and his volunteer staff..  ...   California Press).. Linh Dinh.. All Around What Empties Out.. (Tinfish Press).. Monique Truong.. The Book of Salt (Houghton Mifflin).. Catherine Ceniza Choy.. Empire of Care: Nursing and Migration in Filipino American History (Duke University Press).. Erika Lee.. At America’s Gates: Chinese Immigration During the Exclusion Era, 1882-1943 (University of North Carolina Press).. Elaine Kim, Margo Machida, Sharon Mizota.. Fresh Talk, Daring Gazes: Conversations on Asian American Art (University of California Press).. Global Divas: Filipino Gay Men in the Diaspora.. Global Divas (Duke University Press).. 2004 (Boston).. Awards given for books published in 2002.. Lon Kurashige.. Japanese American Celebration and Conflict: A History of Ethnic Identity and Festival, 1934-1990 (University of California Press).. Xiaojian Zhao.. Remaking Chinese America: Immigration, Family, and Community, 1940-1965 (Rutgers University Press).. Laura Hyun Yi Kang.. Compositional Subjects: Enfiguring Asian/American Women (Duke University Press).. Joshua H.. Roth.. Brokered Homeland (Cornell University Press).. 2003 (San Francisco).. Viranjini P.. Munasinghe.. Callaloo or Tossed Salad? East Indians and the Cultural Politics of Identity in Trinidad (Cornell University Press).. Anthony Lee.. Picturing Chinatown: Art and Orientalism in San Francisco (University of California Press).. Nayan Shah.. Contagious Divide: Epidemics and Race in San Francisco’s Chinatown (University of California Press).. Special Award for Most Outstanding Reference Tool on Asian American History.. Okihiro.. The Columbia Guide to Asian American History (Columbia University Press, 2001).. Prose Award.. Brian Ascalon Roley.. American Son (W.. W.. Norton Publishing).. 2002 (Salt Lake City).. Manalansan, Martin.. Cultural Compass: Ethnographic Explorations of Asian America (Temple University Press).. Hsu, Madeline.. Dreaming of Gold, Dreaming of Home (Stanford University Press).. Lee, Priscilla.. Wishbone (Heyday Books — Roundhouse Press).. Louie, David Wong.. The Barbarians are Coming (The Berkeley Publishing Group).. 2001 (Toronto).. History and Social Science Award.. K.. Scott Wong and Sucheng Chan (eds.. ).. Claiming America: Constructing Chinese American Identities during the Exclusion Era (Temple University Press, 1998).. br /.. John Kuo Wei Tchen.. New York Before Chinatown: Orientalism and the Shaping of American Culture, 1776-1882 (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999).. Frank Chin.. Bulletproof Buddhists and Other Essays (University of Hawaii Press, 1998).. Aihwa Ong.. Flexible Citizenship: The Cultural Logic of Transnationality (Duke University Press, 1999).. David Eng and Alice Hom (eds.. Q A: Queer and Asian American (Temple University Press, 1998).. 2000 (Scottsdale).. No Book Awards Given.. 1999 (Philadelphia).. 1998 (Honolulu).. Kyeyoung Park.. The Korean American Dream: Immigrants and Snall Business in New York City.. Fiction Award — Rescinded.. Lois Ann Yamanaka.. Blu’s Hanging.. Cultural Studies and Literary Award.. Dorinne, Kondo.. About Face.. Poetry Award.. Roy K.. Kiyooka.. Pacific Windows: Collected Poems.. 1997 (Seattle).. Pyong Gap Min.. Caught in the Middle.. 1996 (Washington, D.. C.. Judy Yung.. Unbound Feet: A Social History of Chinese Women in San Francisco (University of California Press, 1995).. Special Award.. Mary Kimoto Tomita.. Dear Miye: Letters Home From Japan, 1939 – 1946 (Stanford University Press, 1995).. Annette White-Parks.. Sui Sin Far/Edith Maude Eaton: A Literary Biography (University of Illinois Press, 1995).. Literature Award.. Sigrid Nunez.. A Feather on the Breath of God (Harper Collins Publishers, 1995).. 1995 (Oakland).. Gina Marchetti.. Romance and the “Yellow Peril” (University of California Press, 1994).. Cris Friday.. Organizing Asian American Labor: The Pacific Coast Canned-Salmon Industry, 1870 – 1942 (Temple University Press, 1994).. Wakako Yamauchi.. Songs My Mother Taught Me (The Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 1994).. Timothy Fong.. The First Suburban Chinatown: The Remaking of Monterey Park, California (Temple University Press, 1994).. 1995 (Ann Arbor, Michigan).. Lois-Ann Yamanaka.. Saturday Night at the Pahala Theatre (Bamboo Ridge Press).. Barbara Kawakami.. Japanese Immigrant Clothing in Hawaii (University of Hawaii Press).. Faye Myenne Ng.. Bone (Hyperion Press).. Asian American Panethnicity (Temple University Press).. 1993 (Ithaca, New York).. Kimiko Hahn.. Earshot (Hanging Loose Press).. Dana Takagi.. Retreat From Race: Asian Admissions and Racial Politics (Rutgers University Press, 1992).. Renqiu Yu.. To Save China, To Save Ourselves: The Chinese Hand Laundry Alliance of New York (Temple University Press, 1992).. Epifanio San Juan Jr.. Racial Formations – Critical Transformations: Articulations of Power in Ethnic and Racial Studies in the United States (Humanities Press, 1992).. Gary Pak.. The Watcher of Waipuna and Other Stories (Bamboo Ridge, 1992).. 1992 (San Jose, California).. Cane Fires, The Anti-Japanese Movement in Hawaii, 1865-1945 (Temple University Press, 1991).. Darrell H.. Lum.. Pass On, No Pass Back! (Bamboo Ridge Press, 1991).. Stephen S.. Fugita and David J.. O’Brien.. Japanese American Ethnicity: The Persistence of Community (University of Washington Press, 1991).. Sumida.. And the View From the Shore: Literary Traditions of Hawai’i (University of Washington Press, 1991).. 1991 (Honolulu, Hawai’i).. Jessica Hagedorn.. Dogeaters (Penguin Books, 1990).. Mary Paik Lee.. Quiet Odyssey, A Pioneer Korean Woman in America (University of Washington Press, 1990).. 1990 (Santa Barbara, California).. Asian Women United of California (ed.. ).. , Making Waves: Writing By and About Asian American Women.. Ronald Takaki.. Strangers From a Different Shore, A History of Asian Americans (Penguin Books, 1989).. James M.. Freeman.. Hearts of Sorrow, Vietnamese- American Lives (Stanford University Press, 1989).. 1989 (Hunter College, New York).. Yuji Ichioka.. The Issei, The World of the First Generation Japanese Immigrants, 1885-1924 (The Free Press, 1988).. Hisaye, Yamamoto.. Seventeen Syllables and Other Stories (Women of Color Press, 1988).. 1988 (Pullman, Washington).. Sucheng Chan.. This Bitter Sweet Soil, The Chinese in California Agriculture, 1860-1910 (University of California Press, 1986).. 1987 (San Francisco, California).. Wing Tek Lum.. Expounding the Doubtful Points (Bamboo Ridge Press, 1987).. Edward D.. Beechert.. Working in Hawaii, A Labor History (University of Hawaii Press, 1985).. Timothy J.. Lukes and Gary Y.. Japanese Legacy, Farming and Community Life in California’s Santa Clara Valley (California History Center, De Anza College, 1985).. Sandy Lydon.. Chinese Gold, The Chinese in the Monterey Bay Region (Capitola Book Company, 1985)..

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