Vol. 3, No. 3: Winter, 1980 Preview

Here is what’s inside this Edition:

Visions of California: Asian American Writers in Venice

To that Venice by the sea came six Asian American writers.

 

New Findings on 1931-42 Surveillance of Nikkei

Los Angeles – New research on the surveillance of the Japanese American Community by the American intelligence prior to the outbreak of World War II highlights the Fall/Winter 179 issue of the Amerasia Journal, published by UCLA’s Asian American Studies Center.

 

Asian/Pacific Women’s Conference

The UCLA Asian American Studies Center will be co-sponsoring the first Asian/Pacific Women’s conference on the West coast, February 29 – March 2, 1980 at the University of Southern California.

 

New Educational Research Project on Asians/pacific Islanders

The national Association for Asian American and pacific Education (NAAAPE) has received a grant from the National Institute of Education to stimulate educational research, nationwide, on Asian and Pacific Island Americans (APA).

 

Asian coalition Activities

The Fall Quarter has passed by sooner than we expected and Winter break has ended just as fast.

 

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