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ACCOMPLISHMENT #3: Amerasia Journal

Amerasia Journal


AMERASIA JOURNAL: Established in 1971, Amerasia Journal is a leading multidisciplinary journal in Asian American Studies. Over 30,000 pages of scholarly as well as creative writing have been produced by leading scholars and community leaders in Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies. Through its long history, Amerasia continues to publish articles of cutting edge scholarship and the latest community developments, with such topics as Illness and Disabilities, Folklore, new art/media platforms, as well as diverse historical topics such as the Global Identities; Local Voices: Amerasia Journal at 40 Years, a two-volume book project that introduces almost half-a-century of work from Asian American scholars, writers, and researchers in Chinese translation to the Chinese-reading world. An essential tool for professors of Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies, Amerasia Journal continues to provide indispensable classroom texts nationwide.

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