UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press
AMERASIA JOURNAL Collection
Since 1971, the Press has published Amerasia Journal, the leading interdisciplinary journal in Asian American Studies. After more than three decades and over 16,000 pages, Amerasia Journal has played an indispensable role in establishing Asian American Studies as a viable and relevant field of scholarship, teaching, community service, and public discourse. Amerasia Journal, according to founding publisher Don T. Nakanishi, "has benefited from and reflected a wide array of profound social changes that have occurred among Asian Americans and Pacific Islandersâ€”be it their unprecedented growth and diversification, or their ever-increasing levels of access, representation, and achievement in American society's institutions and sectors that had long excluded, marginalized, or demonized them."
Amerasia Journal publishes scholarship on the following topics:
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|9:1 - Politics of Chinese Exclusion (1982)||31:1 - Edward Said’s Orientalism & Asian American Studies|
|9:2 - Communities and Asian American Literature||31:2 - 30 Years AfterWARd: Vietnamese Americans & U.S. Empire|
|10:1 - Refugee Resettlement in Orange County||31:3 - Deporting Our Souls & Defending our Immigrants|
|11:1 - Vietnamese Studies in U.S. 1975-82: Ethnic Labor||32:1 - Marriage Equality Debate 2006|
|11:2 - Korean Women, Literature||32:2 - Asian American On Meat Vs Rice|
|15:1 - Salute to 60s/70s: San Francisco State Strike||32:3 - AXISing Asian American Literature|
|17:3 - Enclave Economy Thesis||33:1 - Ling-Chi Wang: Quintessential Scholar/ Activist|
|18:2 - Humanities Research Issue||33:2 - Pacific Canada beyond the 49th parallel|
|18:3 - Annual Selected Bibliography||33:3 - WORLD<WAR>WATADA|
|20:2 - Alexander Saxton History Awards||34:2 - Word Travels: Asian American Writing in China, Germany, Korea, Italy, Poland, Sweden, Singapore & the US|
|20:3 - Asian American Poetry||34:3 - How do Asian Americans Create Places?|
|21:1/2 - Thinking Theory in Asian American Studies||35:1 - Where Women Tell Stories|
|21:3 - 25 Years of Asian American Studies||35:2 - Subjugated to Subject: Through Class, Race & Sex|
|23:1 - No Passing Zone: Voices of Asian-descent Multiracials||35:3 - The Political World of Asian Americans: A Tribute to Don Nakanishi|
|23:2 - Returns & Representations: Recasting Viet Nam, the Philippines, India, Hong Kong, Asian America||36:1 - Asian and Pacific Passages: "The Migrant with a Thousand Faces"|
|24:1 - Mixed Dialogues: Politics & Culture||36:2 - Asian Australia & Asian America: Making Transnational Connections|
|24:2 - Essays into American Empire in the Philippines: Part I. Legacies, Heroes, Identity||36:3 - GlobaLinks: Community Institutions and Practices across Nations|
|25:2 - Crossing the Color Line||37:1 - Word & Image: Russell C. Leong|
|25:3 - Satyagraha: Political Culture of South Asian Americans||37:2 - Further Desire: Asian & Asian American Sexualities|
|26:1 - History and Historians in the Making||37:3 - Transoceanic Flows: Pacific Islander Interventions across the American Empire|
|26:3 - Across the Color Line 2001||38:1 - Los Angeles Since 1992: Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the Uprisings|
|27:1 - Act, Memory, and Voice||38:2 - Towards a Third Literature: Chinese Writing in the Americas|
|27:2 - Challenging Race and Racism; Retrospective Look at China’s Cultural Revolution||39:1 - The State of Illness and Disability in Asian America|
|28:2 - Asians in the Americas: Transculturations and Power||39:2 - Asian American Folklore: Passages and Practices|
|29:2 - Pedagogy, Social Justice, & the State of Asian American Studies||39:3 - Open Issue (ft. Chol Soo Lee Forum)|
|29:3 - What Does It Mean To Be Korean Today? Part I. Across Nations, Generations, & Identities||40:1 - Asian American Religions in a Globalized World|
|30:1 - Part II. Community in the 21st Century||40:2 - Asian American Cultural Politics|
|30:2 - A Tribute to Miné Okubo||40:3 - Coming Soon|
|30:3 - Border Crossings||41:1 - Coming Soon|
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