The Asian/American Studies Collective’s Work-in-Progress Roundtables are an opportunity for UCSB graduate students to receive feedback on draft presentations of their research. On this occasion, we will be hearing from three graduate students who will be presenting at the annual conference of the Association for Asian American Studies.
Mika Thornburg (History) | American Models & Hotel Occupiers: The Role of Tourism in the Entanglement of American and Japanese Settler Colonialisms
Clara Chin (English) | oh, i taste so good: @breadfaceblog and The Intimacies of Self-Curation
Janna Haider (History) | Entitled to Citizenship: Witness Networks and Asian Settler Colonialism in the Hawaiian Islands, 1923–1952
Please join us to hear from our presenters and provide valuable feedback. This event is open to all members of the UCSB community. No registration is required.