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Presented By: Women's and Gender Studies Department

Contextualizing Violence Against Asians and Asian Americans Within the History of US Relational Racism

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Contextualizing Violence Against Asians and Asian Americans
This event will focus on the recent anti-Asian and anti-Asian American violence sweeping the nation, and contextualize this violence within broader relational racial dynamics in U.S. history.

Speakers:

Anne Cheng
Professor of English, Princeton

Madeline Hsu
Professor of History, University of Texas at Austin

Dylan Rodríguez
President, American Studies Association (2020-21); Professor of Media & Cultural Studies, UC Riverside

Frances Wang
Journalist, activist, poet, artist; Intermittent Lecturer, American Culture, University of Michigan

Moderator: Yi-Li Wu
Associate Professor, Women's and Gender Studies and History, University of Michigan
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Contextualizing Violence Against Asians and Asian Americans

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March 26, 2021 (Friday) 10:30am
Meeting ID: 94866591981

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