April ASAM Events

March 10, 2014 § Leave a comment

Come to an Asian American studies-related event in April!

  1. Wednesday, April 2. “The Extraordinary Religiosity of Second-Generation Asian American Muslims and Evangelical Christians,” a lecture by Carolyn E. Chen, Associate Professor of Sociology and Asian American Studies, Northwestern University. Part of the “Asian American Studies Today and Tomorrow” lecture series. 4:30pm, McCormick 106. For more information, please see this flyer.
  2. Thursday, April 3. “Lewd Chinese Women,” a dramatic re-enactment of the 1876 Supreme Court case Chy Lung v. Freeman. Performed by Princeton undergraduates, directed by Lewis Center lecturer R.N. Sandberg, moderated by Judge Denny Chin, U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. Part of the “Critical Encounters” lecture series. 4:30pm, Lewis Library 120.
  3. Monday, April 7. Rescheduled: “Being Insomniac,” a poetry reading by Tan Lin, followed by a conversation with Professor Anne Cheng, Department of English, and Danielle Aubert, graphic designer and Lewis Center fellow. Part of the “Critical Encounters lecture series. 4:30pm, McCormick 106.
  4. Wednesday, April 30. Fund for Reunion Spring LGBTQ Lecture “Disciplines of Desire and Identity: Exploring Queer & Asian-American Scholarship,” panel discussion with David L. Eng (English, University of Pennsylvania), Gayatri Gopinath (Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University), and Amy Sueyoshi (Associate Dean of the College of Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University). 4:30pm, McCormick 106.

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