A publication opportunity for undergraduates
The Femellectual, an annual publication, is accepting submissions for its 2016 issue. . .
We see you. You’re out there smashing the white, heterosexual, cisnormative, ableist, capitalist patriarchy like the superhero you are. And we want to show the world. Send us your creative writing and art submissions for the Femellectual at firstname.lastname@example.org. We love essays, collages, word puzzles, short stories, photography, paintings, and anything else that fits flat on a page! Get more info on the Fem at : https://muwomenscenter.wordpress.com/ or at http://miamioh.edu/student-life/womens-center/
East Asia Faculty Forum
Thursday, November 5th 2015, 4:30pm-6:00pm
MacMillan Hall 212 (Great Room).
"Perspectives on Chinese Culture: Fashion, Art Market, Politeness, and Poetry"
- Fashion and Revolution - Yihong Pan, Professor of History
- The Chinese Art Market: An Inside View - Michael Hatch, Assistant Professor of Art History
- When is Saying "Thank You" impolite? - Liang Shi, Professor of Chinese
- Classical Poetry and Modernity - Haoshang Yang, Assistant Professor of Chinese
- A Chinese Tea Ceremony demonstration will be presented by the Confucius Institute
Co-sponsors: East Asian Studies, GRAMELAC, Confucius Institute, History, and Geography
Dr. Constancio Arnoldo publishes new work
Constancio Arnaldo, along with Stanley I. Thangaraj, and Christina B. Chin are co-editing an anthology titled Asian American Sporting Cultures. You can find the book information on the NYU press blog with blurbs from Erica Rand and David Eng.
Dr. Liz Wilson Publishes New Work
Liz Wilson. "Women in Indian Buddhist Hagiography," a lecture for the Women and Buddhism series, Numata Center for Buddhist Studies at the University of Hamburg, Germany June 4, 2015.
Dr. Quanyu Huang Interviewed
Dr. Quanyu Huang was interviewed about his book The Hybrid Tiger for a Dutch journal, Talent. The interview appeared in volume 17, issue 3, May 2015.
Dr. Yu-Fang Cho delivers keynote lectures
Dr. Yu-Fang Cho delivered the keynote lecture at the American Literature and Culture at the Crossroads of Race and Gender Conference on March 23-24 at Nagoya University in Japan. The title of Professor Cho's talk is "Reading Race and Gender in America's Asia Beyond Multiculturalism." Dr. Cho delivered a second keynote lecture, "Opening Up Moving Archives: On Narrating Un/reproduction in Asian America," at the Transnational America and the Question of Literature Symposium sponsored by Hitotsubashi University on March 20, 2015
Dr. LuMing Mao book published in China
The Chinese edition of LuMing Mao’s Reading Chinese Fortune Cookie: The Making of Chinese American Rhetoric was released. Trans. Jianfeng Wang. With a new introduction to the Chinese edition. (Fudan University Press, 2013) (中美混合修辞的崛起—兼读中式签语饼)
AAA Faculty involved in Hong Kong Program
Several AAA faculty have been involved in a special summer internship program in Hong Kong. Read the article to find out how 19 Miami students + 15 companies in Hong Kong = one unforgettable summer internship experience.
Dr. Anita Mannur Publishes New Work
Anita Mannur: “Gender, Terroir and Conflict: Culinary Discourse and Transnational Justice” Transnational American Studies Conference, Center for American Studies and Research, Beirut, Lebanon, January 2014