Asian American Studies

2021 Oct 22

Asian American & Pacific Islander Studies Working Group Kick-off Meeting & Discussion

12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 

Berker Center Tent

Join the EMR Asian American & Pacific Islander Studies Working Group (AAPISWG) for a (outdoor) Kick-Off Meeting & Discussion Friday, October 22nd at 12:00pm-1:00pm at the Barker Center Tent.

AAPISWG will be introducing/brainstorming AAPI studies reading group materials and potential public events for this academic year, as well as providing a space for undergraduate and graduate students, staff, and faculty to meet and collaborate!

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2021 Feb 19

Between Tower and Sea: Creative Directions w/ Paul Bonnell

1:00pm

Idaho-based hybrid artist Paul Bonnell will present a workshop as part of EMR's Processing the Pandemic/These Times workshop series. The presentation will incorporate photography and writing recently published on diaCRITICS, as well as works in progress. Paul says, "Be prepared for some interaction and experimentation. We'll explore themes of drifting and alighting. Floating and fragmentation. Connection and...

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2020 Nov 10

Processing the Pandemic: The AAPI COVID-19 Project, Findings, Methods, Community PART 2

2:00pm to 3:00pm

“Processing the Pandemic: The AAPI COVID-19 Project, Findings, Methods, Community” is a two-part workshop series that showcases AAPI responses to COVID-19— as both a virus and a social construction— throughout the social sciences, with particular emphasis on methods, findings, and community engagement. Directly responding to the increase in anti-Asian racism and to the inequalities made manifest by COVID-19, the AAPI COVID-19 Project is a collective research project that brings together social scientists and humanists with the aim of studying the pandemic through the lens of...

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2020 Oct 27

Processing the Pandemic: The AAPI COVID-19 Project, Findings, Methods, Community PART 1

2:00pm to 3:00pm

“Processing the Pandemic: The AAPI COVID-19 Project, Findings, Methods, Community” is a two-part workshop series that showcases AAPI responses to COVID-19— as both a virus and a social construction— throughout the social sciences, with particular emphasis on methods, findings, and community engagement. Directly responding to the increase in anti-Asian racism and to the inequalities made manifest by COVID-19, the AAPI COVID-19 Project is a collective research project that brings together social scientists and humanists with the aim of...

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2020 Feb 21

The Wave: Harvard's Asian Art and Literary Magazine Launch Party

6:30pm to 9:00pm

Location: 

Lowell House Common Room
Wave Launch Party + Open Mic!

Want to celebrate work made by Asian-American arists and writers? The first edition of The Wave will be released! There will be hors d'oeuvres and a reception at 6:30, with opening remarks starting at 7:00, and an open mic right after!

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2020 Feb 15

Film Screening: The Love Boat

6:00pm to 8:00pm

Location: 

Emerson Hall, Room 101

 

Join the Taiwanese Cultural Society for a screening of the film LOVE BOAT: TAIWAN followed by a Q&A session with the writer/producer/director Valerie Soe!
Dinner and good conversation will be provided!
Below is a description of the film if you'd like to learn more:
Valerie Soe, LOVE BOAT: TAIWAN’s writer, producer and director is an award-winning filmmaker, artist, and writer. Since 1986 she has produced more than 22 short films and documentaries that have...

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2020 Feb 21

Transpacific Publics Lecture Series: Translating Across Time and Space: A Conversation with Cindy Nguyen and Quan Tue Tran

Registration Closed 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

2 Arrow Street, Room 408, Cambridge, MA 02138

Translating Across Time and Space: A Conversation with Cindy Nguyen and Quan Tue Tran

Join us for lunch, a short film screening and discussion, and a conversation in radical storytelling by Cindy Nguyen and Quan Tran. 

If you are planning to attend, please sign up at the link. 

Coordinated by the Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies Working Group. Cosponsored by the Committee on Degrees in History & Literature and the Provostial Fund for Arts & Humanities. 

Registration: 

Jewel Pereyra

Jewel Pereyra

PhD Candidate in American Studies
Secondary in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Jewel Pereyra is a Ph.D. candidate in the American Studies program with a secondary...

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2019 Oct 25

Lunchtime Talk with R. Zamora Linmark

12:30pm to 1:30pm

Location: 

Committee on Ethnicity, Migration, Rights, 2 Arrow Street, Room 408, Cambridge, MA 02138

R. Zamora Linmark

Students are invited to a discussion over lunch with R. Zamora Linmark. 

This event is co-sponsored by the Committee on Degrees in History & Literature, the Asia Center, and the English department.

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