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Chinese-ness: The Meanings of Identity and the Nature of Belonging
Chinese-ness
The Meanings of Identity and the Nature of Belonging
Hardcover      ISBN: 1681340429
Reframing the conversations around race and identity, a talented photographer offers a prism through which to explore our modern era of cultural uncertainty.
Building Tradition: Pan-Asian Seattle and Life in the Residential Hotels
Building Tradition
Pan-Asian Seattle and Life in the Residential Hotels
Paperback      ISBN: 1634059670
How did discriminatory policies shape a uniquely pan-Asian neighborhood? Multiple disciplines and immigrant histories merge in this timely urban exegesis.
Go Home!
Go Home!
Paperback      ISBN: 1936932016
“A stunning multigenre anthology that simultaneously conveys the inherent diversity of human experience, as well as humanity’s most universal longing encapsulated in one endlessly unpacked word: home. We all need more books like this.
Indian Americans of Massachusetts
Indian Americans of Massachusetts
Paperback      ISBN: 1625859449
Indians are the most recent immigrants in Massachusetts. Though a tiny minority, their contributions are numerous and far-reaching. Swami Vivekananda arrived in Boston in 1893 and left a lasting legacy of Hindu philosophy. Sushil Tuli opened a unique community bank, Leader Bank, as the first and only minority-owned bank in the state of Massachusetts. The Deshpande Center for Technological Innovation at MIT, created with the grant of $20 million by Desh and Jaishree Deshpande, empowers MIT's researchers to make a difference in the world by developing innovative technologies. Author Meenal Atul Pandya details the influence of Indians on Massachusetts history.
Our Game Too: Asian Pacific Americans in Major League Baseball
Our Game Too
Asian Pacific Americans in Major League Baseball
Hardcover      ISBN: 1943904111
OUR GAME TOO: Asian Pacific Americans in Major League Baseball targets millions of baseball fans around the world who will be captivated by what has, until now, been somewhat invisible in baseball literature. OUR GAME TOO provides a thought-provoking look into the history of Asians and Asian Pacific-Americans in Major League baseball through anecdotes, stories, and narrative timelines.