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Resources for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students

Newly purchased AAPI related materials

To help serve and support the learning of all students on AAPI topics, with the support from the Student Service Operation for Success (SSOS), the Faculty Learning Community (FLC), the Transforming Academic Experiences for Asian-American and Pacific Islander Students, together with the University Library, purchased the following titles in year 2012.  If you have any other titles to suggest, please click here to make your recommendation.

Religion at the corner of bliss and nirvana: politics, identity, and faith in new migrant communities

Three approaches to psychotherapy with a male client: the next generation

Three approaches to psychotherapy with a female client: the next generation

Wherever there’s a fight: how runaway slaves, suffragettes, immigrants, strikers, and poets shaped

Of civil wrongs and rights: the Fred Korematsu story

Unfinished business: the Japanese American internment cases

Vincent who?

Act of war: the overthrow of the Hawaiian nation

Open Season

We came to grow: Japanese Americans in the central valley

Finding your roots

Mighty warriors of comedy

American son

Visas and virtue

Encyclopedia of Asian American issues today

Children of global migration: transnational families and gendered woes

 

 

Last Updated 02.21.13

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