Join a panel of authors featured in a new anthology for an intergenerational conversation on the voices and histories of Pacific Islander, South Asian, and Southeast Asian American women in this contemporary period.
Attendees can purchase the book for 30% off and free domestic shipping. A code will be sent after the event.
About the book:
Our Voices, Our Histories brings together thirty-five Asian American and Pacific Islander authors in a single volume to explore the historical experiences, perspectives, and actions of Asian American and Pacific Islander women in the United States and beyond.
This volume is unique in exploring Asian American and Pacific Islander women’s lives along local, transnational, and global dimensions. The contributions present new research on diverse aspects of Asian American and Pacific Islander women’s history, from the politics of language, to the role of food, to experiences as adoptees, mixed race, and second generation, while acknowledging shared experiences as women of color in the United States.
Our Voices, Our Histories showcases how new approaches in US history, Asian American and Pacific Islander studies, and Women’s and Gender studies inform research on Asian American and Pacific Islander women. Attending to the collective voices of the women themselves, the volume seeks to transform current understandings of Asian American and Pacific Islander women’s histories.
- Shirley Hune, University of Washington Seattle (Editor)
- Gail Nomura, University of Washington (Editor)
- Sharleen Santos-Bamba, University of Guam
- Nazli Kibria, Boston University
- Linda Trinh Vo, UC Irvine
- Kim Soun Ty, UMass Boston
- Linda Thiem, Middlesex Community College