Author Archives: Jessica Lee

Nuevo South

“Nuevo South: Latinas/os, Asians, and the Remaking of Place” by AAST Affiliate Faculty Dr. Perla Guerrero

AAST Affiliate Faculty, Dr. Perla Guerrero recently published a book titled Nuevo South: Latinas/os, Asians, and the Remaking of Place. This unique comparative study of Latina/o and Asian immigration to the American South investigates how migrants, immigrants, and refugees—and reactions to them—are transforming regional understandings of race and place. For more about Professor Guerrero, see

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Memories of Militarism and War: Asian American Oral Histories From the DMV

Memories of Militarism and War: Asian American Oral Histories From the DMV AAST201 Oral History Exhibit December 11-13, 2017, 9:00AM – 5:00PM Hornbake Plaza, University of Maryland Memories of Militarism and War: Asian American Oral Histories From the DMV is an interactive, multimedia oral history project co-created by students enrolled in AAST201: Asian American History

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K. Anh Do

Introducing Asian American Studies Postdoctoral Fellow K. Anh Do

The Asian American Studies Program welcomes postdoctoral fellow Anh Do to the University of Maryland! Anh’s focus is on working with people to promote healthy families and communities by recognizing and developing their strengths.  She believes that every person deserves a healthy environment to live in and to thrive.  Anh brings an interdisciplinary perspective with her background in ethnic studies, psychology, and

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