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Author: Monica Chiu
ISBN: 0759104557
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 210 pages
Publisher AltaMira Press (February 12, 2004)
Language English
Category: Other
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eBook Filthy Fictions: Asian American Literature by Women (Critical Perspectives on Asian Pacific Americans) download

by Monica Chiu


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The Asian/Pacific American Awards for Literature (APAAL) are a set of literary awards presented annually by the Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association (APALA).

The Asian/Pacific American Awards for Literature (APAAL) are a set of literary awards presented annually by the Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association (APALA). The APALA was formed in 1980 "to create an organization that would address the needs of Asian/Pacific American librarians and those who serve Asian/Pacific American communities

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Asian American literature is the body of literature produced in the United States by writers of Asian descent. Asian American literature became a category during the 1970s but didn't see a direct impact in viewership until later in the 1970s

Asian American literature is the body of literature produced in the United States by writers of Asian descent. Asian American literature became a category during the 1970s but didn't see a direct impact in viewership until later in the 1970s. Perhaps the earliest references to Asian American literature appeared with David Hsin-fu Wand's Asian American Heritage: An Anthology of Prose and Poetry, published in 1974.

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Her interests include race and ethnicity, Asian American women, intercultural communication, and Asians in the Americas. Series: Critical Perspectives on Asian Pacific Americans (Book 15). Glenn Omatsu is senior lecturer in Asian American studies and faculty mentor program coordinator for the Educational Opportunity Program at California State University, Northridge.

Early Asian-American literature is characterized by the immigrants' struggle to gap the bridge between the traditional .

Early Asian-American literature is characterized by the immigrants' struggle to gap the bridge between the traditional Eastern world they were used to and the modernized Western world where they were trying to survive. Some of the earliest books to be published by Asian Americans were a series of books by the D. Lothrop Publishing Company. The first of this series was When I Was a Boy in China by Lee Yan Phou in 1887. This book includes his memories of his education in China and Chinese customs such as food, games, clothing and ceremonies.

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Filthy Fictions addresses Asian American literature by women to explore and explode the sedimented and solidified meanings we have created about "Asian Americans" and "dirt" through dialogues that not only cross disciplinary and institutional formations and borders, but also question the very borders and territories upon which these arguments may be founded. Expertly questioning the construction of the ethnic body, the book discusses critical discourses in ethnic and feminist studies around the topic of identity (re)production and transnational representation.