Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Cathy J. Schlund-Vials, Linda Trinh V?, and K. Scott Wong 1. Adoption Catherine Ceniza Choy 2. Art Margo Machida 3. Assilimilation Lisa Sun-Hee Park 4. Brown Nitasha Tamar Sharma 5. Citizenship Helen Jun 6. Class Min Hyoung Song 7. Commodification Nhi T. Lieu 8. Community Linda Trinh V? 9. Coolie Kornel Chang 10. Cosmopolitanism Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns 11. Culture Robert G. Lee 12. Deportation Bill Ong Hing 13. Diaspora Evelyn Hu-Dehart 14. Disability Cynthia Wu 15. Discrimination John S.W. Park 16. Education Shirley Hune 17. Empire Moon-Ho Jung 18. Enclave Yoonmee Chang 19. Entrepreneur Pawan Dhingra 20. Environment Robert T. Hayashi 21. Ethnicity Rick Bonus 22. Exclusion Greg Robinson 23. Family Evelyn Nakano Glenn 24. Film Jigna Desai 25. Food Anita Mannur 26. Foreign Karen Leong 27. Fusion Mari Matsuda 28. Gender Judy Tzu-Chun Wu 29. Generation Andrea Louie 30. Genocide Khatharya Um 31. Globalization Robyn Magalit Rodriguez 32. Health Grace Yoo 33. Identity Jennifer Ho 34. Immigration Shelley Sang-Hee Lee
Cathy J. Schlund-Vials is an Associate Professor in English and Asian/Asian American Studies at the University of Connecticut (Storrs). K. Scott Wong is the James Phinney Baxter III Professor of History and Public Affairs at Williams College. Linda Trinh Vo is an Associate Professor in the Department of Asian American Studies at the University of California, Irvine.
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