Ph.D./ M.A. GRADUATE STUDENT WORK IN ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES AT UCSB

Event Date: 

Wednesday, May 22, 2013 -
12:00pm to 1:30pm

Event Location: 

  • HSSB 5024

"All is Fair in Love and Modernity: Circulation of skin lightening products in South Asia and an analysis of women as symbols of globalization and the nation in Indian cosmetic advertisements

Hareem Khan 12pm-1:30pm
MA/PhD Graduate Student, Department of Anthropology, UCSB

"Visualizing Topographies of Race and Public Space: the work of Asian American Artists in California, 1970-2000"

Julianne P. Gavino 12pm-1:30pm
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of the History of Art and Architecture, UCSB

"Merchants, Laborers, and Citizens: Reading Chinese Immigration Files at the National Archives"

Jason Stohler
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History, UCSB

"Analyzing Cultural Reimaginations in the CCTV's The Legend of Bruce Lee"

Melissa M. Chan
Graduate Student in East Asian Language and Cultural Studies, UCSB Incoming PhD student, East Asian Language and Cultural Studies, USC

"We Stay on THIS side: Grotesque Stereotypes in Young Jean Lee's The Shipment"

Hee-won Kim
Ph.D. student, Department of Theatre and Dance, UCSB

"They Left For 'Personal' Reasons: Emotional Labor Politics in Filipino Community Organizing"

Karen Hanna
MA/PhD Student, Department of Feminist Studies, UCSB

Light lunch will be served.
For more information, please contact (805) 893. 8039