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Amerasia Journal releases open issue, covers Carlos Bulosan, Japanese migration, Jeremy Lin, and Vietnamese language charter school

For Immediate Release The latest issue of Amerasia Journal, the flagship publication of the UCLA Asian American Studies Center, marks its first “open submissions” issue in recent years. Pushed by the growing breadth of Asian American Studies research, Amerasia Journal … Continue reading

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Friday 11/16: Memorial for Alexander Saxton

For all of those who have been supporters of Amerasia Journal and the Asian American Studies Center for a long time, you know how invaluable the work and advocacy of Professor Emeritus Alexander Saxton was to Asian American Studies, especially … Continue reading

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Alexander Saxton’s Review of Gwendolyn Mink’s Old Labor and New Immmigrants in American Political Development

Amerasia Journal 14:1 “New Ethnicity” (1988) contains a book review by Professor Saxton. It serves as a brief but excellent example of his intellectual contributions to the interdisciplinary field of Asian American Studies.  He makes insightful distinctions between racism and … Continue reading

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Russell C. Leong: On the passing of Alexander Saxton

Friend and colleague, Alex will be sorely missed. Alexander Saxton embodied the qualities of both scholar and activist: courageous, a stickler for seeing social truths and social justice as intertwined, and perhaps foremost, possessing a keen and radical understanding of … Continue reading

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In Memory of Alexander Saxton

The UCLA Asian American Studies Center is sad to note the passing of long-time supporter Professor Alexander Saxton. In honor of his life and legacy, the Center Press presents to the public a complimentary copy of Saxton’s “The Indispensible Enemy … Continue reading

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