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Hmong Related Papers at 2010 AAAS Conference

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    Here are Hmong related papers from the preliminary program for the Association of Asian American Studies Conference to be held in Austin, Texas April 7-11,
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      Here are Hmong related papers from the preliminary program for the Association of Asian American Studies Conference to be held in Austin, Texas April 7-11, 2010.

      ROUNDTABLE
      Memorializing War: the unforgiven in Gran Torino and other Asia-Pacific Narratives Thursday April 8, 2010 10:15-11:45m.

      Chair: Ruth Y. Hsu, University of Hawai'i at Manoa

      Sylvia Watanabe, Oberlin College, How Do I tell this?

      Andy Chih-ming Wang, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, Tsering Wangpo Dhompa

      Kao Kalia Yang

      Karen Tei Yamashita, University of California, Santa Barbara

      PANEL
      Refugees and the Arts of Remembering the Southeast Asian Wars
      Thursday April 8, 2010, 10:15-11:45m.

      Louisa Schein, Speaking Hmong to Clint: Re-articulations of War and Refugeehood after Gran Torino

      Ma Vang, University of California, San Diego, Visual Knowledge: Transnational Media Coverage of Hmong Refugees

      PANEL
      Subjective Terrains: Troubling Landscapes of Asian America
      Thursday, April 8, 2010 4:30-6:00 p.m.

      Catherine Fung: University of California, Davis,
      Necessary Erasures: Hmong American Masculinity and the American Frontier

      PANEL
      Race, Ethnicity, and Inequality
      Thursday, April 8, 2010
      4:30-6:00 p.m.

      Bao Lo, University of California, Berkeley
      Culture, Poverty and Racialization: Explaining Hmong Youth Integration

      PANEL
      Current Research on Hmong Americans and the Hmong Diaspora
      Friday April 9, 2010
      1:00 – 2:30 p.m.

      Chair: Mark E. Pfeifer, Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi

      Yang Sao Xiong, University of California, Los Angeles
      Analysis of Poverty in Hmong American Communities

      Faith Nibbs, Southern Methodist University, The Texas Two-Step, Hmong Style: A Delicate Dance Between Culture and Ethnicity

      Sangmi Lee, Arizona State University, Belonging Nowhere, Hmong People's Searching for Ethnic Homeland in the Diaspora
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