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CUNY FORUM

CUNY FORUM NY-based print & online commons for scholars, practitioners, artists and activists committed to writing & conducting research on Asian Americans / Asians.

CUNY FORUM, edited by Russell C. Leong, is a New York-based print and on-line commons for scholars, writers, artists, practitioners and activists to develop research, to create dialogue, and to promote change around Asian American and Asian topics within the context of the Americas.

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on the occasion of Penn Asian American Studies (ASAM) 25th anniversary, here's an essay from CUNY FORUM Vol 2:1 by Eiich...
03/18/2022

on the occasion of Penn Asian American Studies (ASAM) 25th anniversary, here's an essay from CUNY FORUM Vol 2:1 by Eiichiro Azuma, Grace Kao, Josephine Park and Fariha Khan on the 15th anniversary and Program's origins,https://aaari.info/assets/2022/03/CFV2-Azuma.pdf

Photos from Asian American / Asian Research Institute - City University of New York's post
03/11/2022

Photos from Asian American / Asian Research Institute - City University of New York's post

CUNY FORUM Vol 9:1 - The Coloring of Asian America (Available to Purchase)
03/02/2022
CUNY FORUM Vol 9:1 - The Coloring of Asian America (Available to Purchase)

CUNY FORUM Vol 9:1 - The Coloring of Asian America (Available to Purchase)

Mar 1, 2022 - CUNY FORUM: Asian American / Asian Studies, published by The City University of New York’s Asian America / Asian Research Institute (AAARI), is a cutting-edge New York-based print and on-line commons for scholars, writers, artists, and activists to create new dialogue and to promote ...

02/26/2022

Press check for CUNY FORUM Vol 9:1 #cunforum #asianamericanstudies #asianstudies #academicjournal #attheprinters #readytoprint

02/26/2022
Coming soon! CUNY FORUM Vol 9:1 - check out the preview below.
02/23/2022

Coming soon! CUNY FORUM Vol 9:1 - check out the preview below.

2/25/22 - Talk on "Kulintang Kultura: Danongan Kalanduyan and Gong Music of the Philippine Diaspora"
02/22/2022
2/25/22 - Talk on "Kulintang Kultura: Danongan Kalanduyan and Gong Music of the Philippine Diaspora"

2/25/22 - Talk on "Kulintang Kultura: Danongan Kalanduyan and Gong Music of the Philippine Diaspora"

Theodore S. Gonzalves, Ph.D., is a scholar of comparative cultural studies, focusing on the experiences of Asian American / Filipino American communities. Theo is curator of Asian Pacific American history at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History. His publications include....

ICYMI: Photographic essay, "Gold Mountain to Empire State: On the Coasts of Anti-Asian Hate," by Russell C. Leong, edito...
01/18/2022

ICYMI: Photographic essay, "Gold Mountain to Empire State: On the Coasts of Anti-Asian Hate," by Russell C. Leong, editor of CUNY FORUM, and Antony Wong, program coordinator of AAARI, on the Asian American community's response to Asian hate on the West and East coasts during the Covid-19 pandemic. #StopAsianHate

CUNY FORUM editor Russell C. Leong supports Harvard and Cambridge area students in this first debut edition of their lit...
12/23/2021
Issue I – Fall 2021

CUNY FORUM editor Russell C. Leong supports Harvard and Cambridge area students in this first debut edition of their literary journal. See his contributing poem: “Azure in Angel City.” https://veritasreview.org/issue-i-fall-2021/

Below is the table of contents of the first issue of the Veritas Review. Editorial Statement, Jonathan Hart Reflections on T.S. Eliot, Loren Brown ’23 Poems, Marilyn Chin Beijing Haiku, Maril…

In the mail today, a thank you from Vice President Kamala Harris for our copy of CUNY FORUM Vol 8 - Corona Conversations...
09/17/2021

In the mail today, a thank you from Vice President Kamala Harris for our copy of CUNY FORUM Vol 8 - Corona Conversations. We hope you enjoy reading it! #fridaysurprise #kamalaharris #thankyoucard #cunyforum #coronaconversations #asianamericanstudies

Reminder: BLS Research Endowment Fund (Submission Deadline: 8/2)
07/26/2021
Reminder: BLS Research Endowment Fund (Submission Deadline: 8/2)

Reminder: BLS Research Endowment Fund (Submission Deadline: 8/2)

Join Minju Bae, scholar/activist; Emily Yoon, poet; Joyce Kim from Durebang, a women’s organizing and support group in the Korean camptowns; Salonee Bhaman of the Asian American Feminist Collective, and others for a discussion about The Women Outside: Korean Women and the US Military and Camp Arir...

07/03/2021

Long weekend. Catch up on AAARI’s latest podcasts while you’re home, on the go, or stuck in traffic on Apple, Spotify and Google Podcasts. Search for “aaaricuny” #podcasts #asianamericanstudies #asianamericanstories #aaaricuny #apple #spotify #google #education

Support AAARI, Buy CUNY FORUM, Corky Lee Tribute & Vote Early
06/11/2021
Support AAARI, Buy CUNY FORUM, Corky Lee Tribute & Vote Early

Support AAARI, Buy CUNY FORUM, Corky Lee Tribute & Vote Early

The first research grant will be for a project on the transnational adoption of Chinese children into American families that explores questions related to identity and belonging. As of 2019, there have been over 82,450 Chinese adoptees (according to the U.S. State Department) to the United States, m...

06/11/2021

Check out program coordinator Antony Wong's photo, "Guardian Angels in Chinatown," from his essay, Fortune on PAUSE, in CUNY FORUM Vol 8 - Corona Conversations. His photo is part of @pearlrivermart exhibition in tribute to the late Corky Lee, and is available to view from today, 6/11 to 8/29. More info, https://pearlriver.com/blogs/blog/corky-lee-on-my-mind-a-photographic-tribute #corkyleeonmymind #corkylee #pearlrivermart #cunyforum #fortuneonpause #guardianangels

Refusing Death: Immigrant Women and the Fight for Environmental Justice in LA | Nadia Y. Kim
05/17/2021
Refusing Death: Immigrant Women and the Fight for Environmental Justice in LA | Nadia Y. Kim

Refusing Death: Immigrant Women and the Fight for Environmental Justice in LA | Nadia Y. Kim

The industrial-port belt of Los Angeles is home to eleven of the top twenty oil refineries in California, the largest ports in the country, and those racist monuments we call freeways. In this uncelebrated corner of La La Land through which most of America's goods transit, pollution is literally kil...

5/21/21 - Talk on "Black-Asian Solidarities and the Impasses of ‘How-To’ Anti-Racisms" | Upcoming QC Events
05/17/2021
5/21/21 - Talk on "Black-Asian Solidarities and the Impasses of ‘How-To’ Anti-Racisms" | Upcoming QC Events

5/21/21 - Talk on "Black-Asian Solidarities and the Impasses of ‘How-To’ Anti-Racisms" | Upcoming QC Events

A reminder, please join AAARI for an online talk, ILLEGAL: The Chinese Immigrants of Angel Island, by Skyler Chin & Olivia Facini, on Tuesday, May 18, 2021, from 5:30pm to 7pm. This will be a live online lecture, open to the general public via Zoom and RSVP is required to attend.

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Coming soon! CUNY FORUM Vol 9:1 - check out the preview below.
ICYMI: Photographic essay, "Gold Mountain to Empire State: On the Coasts of Anti-Asian Hate," by Russell C. Leong, editor of CUNY FORUM, and Antony Wong, program coordinator of AAARI, on the Asian American community's response to Asian hate on the West and East coasts during the Covid-19 pandemic. #StopAsianHate
CUNY FORUM editor Russell C. Leong supports Harvard and Cambridge area students in this first debut edition of their literary journal. See his contributing poem: “Azure in Angel City.” https://veritasreview.org/issue-i-fall-2021/
In the mail today, a thank you from Vice President Kamala Harris for our copy of CUNY FORUM Vol 8 - Corona Conversations. We hope you enjoy reading it! #fridaysurprise #kamalaharris #thankyoucard #cunyforum #coronaconversations #asianamericanstudies