Association for Asian American Studies announces book award winners.
The Association for Asian American Studies has announced its winners for books published in 2010. Congratulations to all the winners!
J.B. Capino, Dream Factories of a Former Colony: American Fantasies, Philippine Cinema. University of Minnesota Press.
Honorable Mention: Leslie Bow. Partly Colored: Asian Americans and Racial Anomaly in the Segregated South. New York University Press. [Main Library Stacks – – F220 .A75 B69 2010]
Tan Lin, Seven Controlled Vocabularies and Obituary 2004. The Joy of Cooking: [AIRPORT NOVEL MUSICAL POEM PAINTING FILM PHOTO HALLUCINATION LANDSCAPE]. Wesleyan University Press.
Karen Tei Yamashita. I Hotel. Coffee House Press. [Main Library Stacks – – PS3575 .A44 I19 2010]
Honorable Mention: Neela Vaswani. You Have Given Me a Country. Sarabande Books.
Eleana Kim. Adopted Territory: Transnational Korean Adoptees and the Politics of Belonging. Duke University Press.
Honorable Mention: Robyn M. Rodriguez. Migrants for Export: How the Philippine Brokers Labor to the World. University of Minnesota Press.
LIsa Rose Mar. Brokering Belonging: Chinese in Canada’s Exclusion Era, 1885-1945. Oxford University Press.
Honorable Mentions: Him Mark Lai. Chinese American Transnational Politics. University of Illinois Press. [Main Library Stacks – – E184 .C5 L338 2010] AND Erika Lee and Judy Yung. Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America. Oxford University Press. [ Main Library Stacks – – JV6926 .A65 L44 2010]
Steven Yao. Foreign Accents: Chinese American Verse from Exclusion to Postethnicity. Oxford University Press.
For all AAAS awards, see: http://aaastudies.org/content/index.php/awards
For more resources and research help, see the University Libraries Subject Guide for Asian American Studies.
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