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COMING UP: Dr. Jeung's Talk (11/4) and AADS Open House (11/7)

A A D S  E V E N T S  + O P P O R T U N I T I E S
AADS Speaker Series:
Be Like Water: Combating Anti-AAPI Hate

When: November 4, 3-4:30pm
Where: Blue Parlor, East Duke Building
AADS Open House
When: November 7, 5-7pm
Where: Ruby Lounge 
AADS 2022 Graduate Research Symposium 
When: December 1st, 5-6:30 PM 
Submission deadline: November 15th

Students are invited to apply for the 2022 AADS Graduate Research Symposium  by completing this form, and selected students will be asked to make a short presentation during the symposium. All submissions are due by November 15
Sign up for AADS Spring 2023 Classes!
Asian American Narratives 
Writing 101 
Professor Susan Thananopavarn
Asian American Literature 
AADS 336S/AMES 332S/ENG 352S/LIT 353S 
Professor Susan Thananopavarn
Intimacies: Sexuality, Nation, and the State
GSF 382S, AADS 382S
Professor Anna Storti
Foods that Make Us Human
AADS 290S, AMES 290S, LIT 290S, CULANTH 290S
Professor Athia Choudhury
Asian American Community History
HIST 291, AADS 291 Professor Calvin Cheung-Miaw
Global South Asia
ICS 388S, GSF 288S, AMES 388S, History 298S Professor Jessica Namakkal
O T H E R  E V E N T S
Medicine, Humanities, and Business Celebration
: November 5, 6pm-8pm
Where: Schiciano Auditorium

Dr. Quinn Wang, Co-Founder and CEO of Quadrant Eye, the world's first ever at home eyecare service, will highlight how an immersive undergraduate background in English literature allowed her to take a creative (and successful!) leap from practicing surgeon to startup CEO. Q&A, Refreshments, and networking opportunities will following the hour long speaker portion of the event!  Registration and event preferences form can be found here
Apply to be on the team for Margins!
Deadline: November 9

Asian American Studies Working Group is excited to be planning our fourth issue of Margins, a multi-media, collaborative publication devoted to centering the narratives of Asian Americans and Asians in America. We are looking for new members to join the Margins Team! No prior editing and/or graphic design experience is required, just a dedication and commitment to the mission and values of this publication and AASWG. We will be holding an interest meeting on Saturday, November 5. To be considered for the Margins Team, fill out this form by Wednesday, November 9.

"Moving In-Between: How Black and Japnese Hafus Be, Know, and Move Polyculturally On and Offline" 

Dr. Maïko Le Lay

Dr. Le Lay will present early-stage findings of her most recent research project focusing on the identities and the digital and embodied practices of people who identify as Black and Japanese Hafus (ethnically 'half Japanese'). For more information on the event and to register, click here.

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