UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press

The Center Press has published some of the first and most definitive texts on Asian American Studies.


Our publications present a comprehensive look at the lives, perspectives, and histories of Asian American and Pacific Americans.


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Asian Americans: The Movement and the Moment

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Asian Americans on War and Peace

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Between a Rock and a Hard Place

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Confrontations, Crossings and Convergence

       
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Executive Order 9066



Many Bridges

Many Bridges, One River: Organizing for Justice in Vietnamese American Communities

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Mixed Race Student Politics

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Mountain Movers: Student Activism & The Emergence of Asian American Studies

       
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Moving the Image

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The New Face of Asian Pacific America

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The Other Indians

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Passing It On - A Memoir By Yuri Kochiyama

       

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Rappin' With Ten Thousand Carabaos in the Dark (Expanded Edition)

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Untold Civil Rights Stories

Views From Within


Out of Print Titles


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The Chauvinist

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Counterpoint

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Ganbatte

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History of the Okinawans in North America

       
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Letters in Exile

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One Woman's Journey

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Patels: A Guarajati Community History

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Philip Vera Cruz

       
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Rappin' With Ten Thousand Carabaos in the Dark

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Roots

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The View From Within