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2010.036.114 Book Prejudice, War and the Constitution tenBroek, Jacobus 1970 University of California Press
2010.036.115 Book A Japanese-American's personal account of growing up in Seattle in the 1930s and of being subjected to relocation during World War II. Nisei Daughter Sone, Monica 1991 University of Washington Press
2010.036.116 Book The loves of Raymond Ding, a Chinese-American who wonders if one can be a lapsed Chinese "like a lapsed Catholic." He becomes the first divorced person in his family, but eventually finds true love with a half-Japanese, half-Irish girl from the Midwest who cures him of his ethnic angst. American Knees Wong, Shawn 1995 Simon and Schuster
2010.036.117 Book The Mississippi Chinese: Between Black and White Loewen, James W. 1971 Harvard University Press
2010.036.118 Book A 14-year-old Chinese boy is left without a family in the United States and joins the crews building the transcontinental railroad in the 1860's. Land of the Iron Dragon Young, Alida E. 1978 Doubleday and Company, Inc.
2010.036.119 Booklet 14th National Association for Asian American Studies Conference - Defining the Asian Pacific Century: Nurturing Roots, April 17-19, 1997 1997 Association for Asian American Studies
2010.036.120 Book Clay Walls: A Novel Kim, Ronyoung 1987 University of Washington Press
2010.036.121 Book Chinese Students in America: Policies, Issues, and Numbers Orleans, Leo A. 1988 National Academy Press
2010.036.122 Book On the eve of the Chinese New Year in San Francisco's Chinatown, twelve-year-old Donald Duk attempts to deal with his comical name and his feelings for his cultural heritage. Donald Duk: A Novel Chin, Frank 1991 Coffee House Press
2010.036.123 Book Chinese American Intermarriage Sung, Betty Lee 1990 Center for Migration Studies
2010.036.124 Book Entry Denied: Exclusion and the Chinese Community in America, 1882-1943 Chan, Sucheng, ed. 1991 Temple University Press
2010.036.125 Journal March 20 - April 1, 1989 The Asians: Quincy's Newest Immigrants Ketter, William B. ed. The Patriot Ledger
2010.036.126 Book The Chinese Experience in America Tsai, Shih-shan Henry 1986 Indiana University Press
2010.036.127 Book Hum Bows, Not Hot Dogs!: Memoirs of a Savvy Asian American Activist Santos, Bob 2002 International Examiner Press
2010.036.128 Book Angel Island, in San Francisco Bay, was the entry, internment center, and often closest approach to the US for Chinese immigrants in the early 20th century. Here are the thoughts they carved and inkbrushed on their barrack's walls, discovered after the center closed in 1940. Facing pages of Chinese and English. Island: Poetry and History of Chinese Immigrants on Angel Island, 1910-1940 Lai, Him Mark, ed. 1986 History of Chinese Detained on Island
2010.036.129 Book Baba: A Return to China Upon My Father's Shoulders Yang, Belle 1994 Harcourt Brace and Company
2010.036.130 Book The Hawaiians Goodman, Robert B. 1970 Island Heritage Limited
2010.036.131 Magazine November/December 1989 (2 copies) Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning Heldref Publications
2010.036.132 Book Chinese American Portraits: Personal Histories, 1828-1988 McCunn, Ruthanne Lum 1996 University of Washington Press
2010.036.133 Book Pearls: A History of Asians in America 1979 Educational Film Center
2010.036.134 Spiral-Bound Viva La Huelga King, Kieu-Anh 1997 University of Washington
2010.036.135 Book No-No Boy: A Novel Okada, John 1984
2010.036.136 Spiral-bound Winter 1998; articles on immigration, well-known Asian Americans, politics, racism, statistics Contemporary issues of Asian Pacific Americans, Vol. 1 So, Connie University of Washington
2010.036.137 Spiral-Bound Winter 1998; articles on Asian American women, youth, mixed-race, politics Contemporary issues of Asian Pacific Americans, Vol. 2 So, Connie University of Washington
2010.036.138 Book Voices Across America: Roundtable Discussions of Asian Civil Rights Issues 1991 United States Commission on Civil Rights
2010.036.139 Report Report on the 1993 East of California Asian American Studies Conference University of Connecticut Nov. 12-14, 1993 Diwan, P. Kamala Willey 1994 Asian American Studies Institute
2010.036.140 Report We, the Asian and Pacific Islander Americans 1988 United States Department of Commerce
2010.036.141 Book The State of Asian Pacific America, A Public Policy Report: Policy Issues to the Year 2020 1994 LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute
2010.036.142 Report Recent Activities Against Citizens and Residents of Asian Descent 1986 United States Commission on Civil Rights
2010.036.143 Report Civil Rights Issues Facing Asian Americans in the 1990s: A Report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, February 1992 1992 United States Commission on Civil Rights
2010.036.144 Book The State of Asian Pacific America: Economic Diversity, Issues and Policies, A Public Policy Report Ong, Paul, ed. 1994 LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute
2010.036.145 Newspaper Vol. 2, Issue 1, November 1989 The New Asian Times The New Asian Times
2010.036.146 Book The State of Asian Pacific America: Reframing the Immigration Debate, A Public Policy Report Hing, Bill Ong, ed. 1996 LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute
2010.036.147 Book The Ethnic Almanac Bernardo, Stephanie 1981 Doubleday and Company, Inc.
2010.036.148 Book Across the Pacific: An Inner History of American-East Asian Relations Iriye, Akira 1967 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc.
2010.036.149 Book Asian American Literature: An Introduction to the Writings and Their Social Context Kim, Elaine H. 1982 Temple University Press
2010.036.150 Book The Big AIIIEEEEE!: An Anthology of Chinese American and Japanese American Literature Chan, Jeffery Paul, ed. 1991 Meridian
2010.036.151 Book Chinatown, New York: Labor and Politics, 1930-1950 Kwong, Peter 1979 Monthly Review Press
2010.036.152 Book Since the first three documented Chinese arrived in the U.S. in 1848, more than six million Asians have followed. Their stories provide a fascinating picture of diverse cultural attitudes against a common American backdrop. Asian Americans: Oral Histories of First to Fourth Generation Americans from China, the Philippines, Japan, India, the Pacific Islands, Vietnam and Cambodia Lee, Joann Faung Jean 1992 The New Press
2010.036.153 Tape, Video If Tired Hands Could Talk 2001 Wing Luke Asian Museum
2010.036.154 Book Classified Collections of Facsimiles of Chinese Old Masters 1975 Culture Book Company
2010.036.155 Booklet Chinese Americans, A Part of America: Mini Excerpts, Early Baltimore Chinese Families Kim, Lillian Lee 1977 Lillian Lee Kim
2010.036.156 Book The Asian American Comic Book Sagara, Carlton, ed. 1991 Asian American Resource Workshop
2010.036.157 Book Asian Americans in Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities 1988 Asian Americans in Higher Education
2010.036.158 Booklet History of Chinese-Americans in Baltimore Chin, Leslie 1976 Greater Baltimore Chinese-American Bicentennial Committee
2010.036.159 Article Why They Excel Butterfield, Fox January 21, 199 Parade Magazine
2010.036.160 Journal Volume 12, No. 2 ,1985-86; 16, No. 2, 1990; 18, No. 1-3, 1992; 19, No. 1-3, 1993 Amerasia Journal UCLA Asian American Studies Center
2010.036.161 Book A collection of stories which reflect the experiences and feelings of young people from various Asian American ethnic communities. Children of Asian America 1995 Polychrome Publishing
2010.036.162 Book Chinese Working People in America: A Pictorial History Wei Min She Labor Committee 1974 United Front Press
2010.036.163 Book Privileging Positions: The Sites of Asian American Studies Okihiro, Gary Y., ed. 1995 Washington State University Press
2010.036.164 Book Chinese American Understanding: A Sixty-Year Search Meng, Chih 1981 China Institute in America
2010.036.165 Report National Defense Migration; Hearings before the select committee investigation National Defense Migration House of Representatives seventy-seventh Congress Secon Session 1942 Government Printing Office
2010.036.166 Book A novel which follows Spring Moon, a member of an old Chinese family, from the late 19th century to the present, through the many changes in Chinese society and their effect on her life. Spring Moon: A Novel of China Lord, Bette Bao 1981 Harper and Row, Publishers
2010.036.167 Book Bearing Dreams, Shaping Visions: Asian Pacific American Perspectives Revilla, Linda A., ed. 1993 Washington State University Press
2010.036.168 Magazine Vol. 1, No. 2, Fall/Winter 1982; VII, No. 1, Spring/Summer 1989 (2 copies) East Wind: Politics and Culture of Asians in the U.S. Getting Together Publications, Inc.
2010.036.169 Book Yokohama, California Mori, Toshio 1985 University of Washington Press
2010.036.170 Book The Bamboo Path: Life and Writings of a Chinese in Hawaii Char, Tin-Yuke 1977 Hawaii Chinese Historical Center
2010.036.171 Book "Chink!": A Documentary History of Anti-Chinese Prejudice in America Wu, Cheng-Tsu, ed. 1972 World Publishing
2010.036.172 Book This is a publication from a tour of Seattle's International District, a brief history of Seattle's Asian Americans. Seattle's Other History: Our Asian-American Heritage Burke, Edward 1979 Profanity Hill Press
2010.036.173 Book A Place Called Chinese America Mark, Diane Mei Lin 1982 Kendall Hunt Publishing Company
2010.036.174 Book Largely unexamined until recently, the Asian American Movement has been active for more than two decades. William Wei traces to the late 1960s the initial genesis of an Asian American identity, culture, and activism through which members of this pan-Asian group could assert their right to belong to and be respected as responsible members of this society. The Asian American Movement Wei, William 1993 Temple University Press
2010.036.175 Book Reviewing Asian America: Locating Diversity Ng, Wendy L., ed. 1995 Washington State University Press
2010.036.176 Book New Visions in Asian American Studies: Diversity, Community, Power Ng, Franklin, ed. 1994 Washington State University Press
2010.036.177 Journal Volume 29, No. 2, 1973 (Asian Americans: A Success Story?) The Journal of Social Issues The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
2010.036.178 Book A history of the Chinese in the United States from their early days in California to the present, including the biography of Dr. Ng Poon Chew, who, as editor of the first Chinese language newspaper in the United States became a leader of all Chinese Americans. From Canton to California: The Epic of Chinese Immigration Hoexter, Corinne K. 1976 Four Winds Press
2010.036.179 Book Hawaii Pono: A Social History Fuchs, Lawrence H. 1961 Harcourt Brace and World, Inc.
2010.036.180 Book Warrior Lessons: An Asian American Woman's Journey into Power Eng, Phoebe 1999 Simon and Schuster
2010.036.181 Book Into the Fire: Asian American Prose Watanabe, Sylvia, ed. 1996 Greenfield Review Press
2010.036.182 Book For God and Country: Faith and Patriotism Under Fire Yee, James 2005 PublicAffairs
2010.036.183 Book Set in contemporary San Francisco and in a Chinese village where Peking Man is unearthed, "The Bonesetter's Daughter" is an excavation of the human spirit: the past, its deepest wounds, its most profound hopes. This is the story of LuLing Young, who searches for the name of her mother, the daughter of the famous Bonesetter from the Mouth of the Mountain. The story conjures the pain of broken dreams, the power of myths, and the strength of love that enables us to recover in memory what we have lost in grief. The Bonesetter's Daughter Tan, Amy 2001 G.P. Putnam's Sons
2010.036.184 Book Fifth Chinese Daughter Wong, Jade Snow 1965
2010.036.185 Book Chinese Americans Lyman, Stanford M. 1974 Random House
2010.036.186 Book Japanese Americans: The Evolution of a Subculture Kitano, Harry H. L. 1969 Prentice Hall
2010.036.187 Book Justice Delayed: The Record of the Japanese American Internment Cases Irons, Peter, ed. 1989 Wesleyan University Press
2010.036.188 Book Asian Americans: Emerging Minorities Kitano, Harry H. L. 1988 Prentice Hall
2010.036.189 Book Asian Americans in Transition Karnow, Stanley 1992 The Asia Society
2010.036.190 Book Seattle's International District: The Making of a Pan-Asian American Community Chin, Doug 2001 International Examiner Press
2010.036.191 Magazine April 1984 Newsweek on Campus Newsweek, Inc.
2010.036.192 Book Chinese Dogs; Chinese Music; Chinese Proverbs; Chinese Religious Beliefs; China; Chinese Astrology; Chinese Symbolism; The Romance of Chinese Writing; Chinese Porcelain and Pottery; Chinese Recipes; Chinese Carvings; Chinese Metal Art; Kuan Yin Chinese Classics in Miniature 1944 Quon-Quon Company
2010.036.193 Book A Sketch of My Life: The Autobiography of the Reverend Toshio Hirano (March 9, 1897-October 25, 1975 Hirano, Toshio 1982 Toshio Hirano
2010.036.194 Book The State of Asian America: Activism and Resistance in the 1990s Aguilar-San Juan, Karin, ed. 1994 South End Press
2010.036.195 Book The Philippines Is in the Heart Bulosan, Carlos 1986 New Day Publishers
2010.036.196 Book Scent of Apples: A Collection of Stories Santos, Bienvenido N. 1992 University of Washington Press
2010.036.197 Spiral-Bound Speeches from the conference "Undue Process: The Legacy of Japanese American Internment" Undue Process: The Legacy of Japanese American Internment March 1992 Yale College Nikkei
2010.036.198 Book The Naturalization of Camellia Song and Details Cannot Body Wants Chin, Woon Ping 1993 Times Books International
2010.036.199 Book The Catelogue of a Pictorial History of Early Chinatown, New York City: A Permanent Exhibition in Celebration of the American Bicentennial Hanly, Denis 1980 ARTS, Inc.
2010.036.200 Journal Second Series, #9, 1988 IKON IKON, Inc.
2010.036.201 Directory National Directory of Asian Pacific American Organizations, 2001-2002 2001 Organization of Chinese Americans, Inc.
2010.036.202 Article Ethnicity and Stratification in Hawaii Okamura, Jonathan Y. 1990 University of Hawaii at Manoa
2010.036.203 Report The Asian and Pacific Islander Population in the United States: March 1991 and 1990 Bennett, Claudette E. Aug. 1992 U.S. Department of Commerce
2010.036.204 Booklet Asian Pacific American Heritage Resource Guide for Washington State K-12 Schools 2001 Washington Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs
2010.036.205 Book Asian Women 1971 University of California, Berkeley
2010.036.206 Magazine Volume: 1, No. 4, October 1985; XII, No. 3, Winter 1997; XV, No. 1, July 1999; XVI, No. 4, April 2001 Chinese American Forum: A Cultural Bridge Chinese American Forum, Inc.
2010.036.207 Magazine No. 67, 1996 Transpacific Transpacific Media Inc.
2010.036.208 Magazine October 1973 ECHO of Things Chinese ECHO Magazine Company
2010.036.209 Magazine Vol. 1, No. 3, August 1981 China: Sights and Insights China Travel and Tourism Press
2010.036.210 Article Shared Dreams: A History of Asians and Pacific Americans in Washington State Takami, David 1989 Washington Centennial
2010.042.001 Book Contemporary Art in Asia: Traditions, Tensions 1996 Asia Society Galleries
2010.042.002 Book Manila 1944-45 As Trudl Saw It: Watercolors of Trudl Dubsky Zipper Zipper, Trudl Dubsky 1994 Crossroads School
2010.042.003 Book A photo essay about the special world of bi-racial children, who experience the advantages of two different cultures but sometimes face problems and prejudices. Living in Two Worlds Rosenberg, Maxine B. 1986 Lothrop, Lee and Shepard Books
2010.042.004 Book Jiangnan: Modern and Contemporary Art from South of the Yangzi River 1998 Annie Wong Art Foundation
2010.042.005 Book Dinh Q. Le: From Vietnam to Hollywood Le, Dinh Q. 2003 Marquand Books
2010.042.006 Book Haewon Chon: The Scape Chon, Haewon 2003 Walter Wickiser Gallery
2010.042.007 Book Asian Women Artists Dysart, Dinah, ed. 1996 Craftsman House
2010.042.008 Book Cho Duck-Hyun Genealogy: On My Father Duck-Hyun, Cho 1996 Kukje Gallery
2010.042.009 Book Maya Lin: Public/Private Lin, Maya 1994 Wexner Center for the Arts
2010.042.010 Book Postcards from Neoteny Nakamura, Joel 2002 Imperial Lithograph
2010.042.011 Book Asian Artists in Crystal: Designs by Contemporary Asian Artists Engraved on Steuben Crystal Glass, Steuben 1956 National Gallery of Art and The Metropolitan Museum of Art
2010.042.012 Magazine Asiatica 2003 The Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
2010.042.013 Book George Tsutakawa Kingsbury, Martha 1990 UW Press and Bellevue Art Museum
2010.042.014 Book Light in the Crevice Never Seen Trask, Haunani-Kay 1999 CALYX Books
2010.042.015 Book 31 short stories and 108 poems represent a literary history of English writing in the Philippines, from the turn of the century to the present. Brown River, White Ocean: An Anthology of Twentieth-Century Philippine Literature in English Francia, Luis H., ed. 1993 Rutgers University Press
2010.042.016 Book White Is Wilcox, Preston, ed. 1970 Grove Press, Inc.
2010.042.017 Book A brief biography of the renowned Japanese-American sculptor. Isamu Noguchi: The Life of a Sculptor Tobias, Tobi 1974 Thomas Y. Crowell Company
2010.042.018 Book Isamu Noguchi Hunter, Sam 2000 University of Washington Press
2010.042.019 Book Retells the legend of how New Guinea was made by the great sea turtle, the mother of all sea turtles. The Turtle and the Island: A Folktale from Papua New Guinea Wilson, Barbara Ker 1990 J.B. Lippincott
2010.042.020 Book A psycho-killer's daughter narrates her gory youth. Disguised as a boy she accompanies her father on his murderous jobs, during which she pretends to be a mute so as not to give away her voice. One of the more memorable tasks is disposing of dead mobsters in a slaughterhouse. Cruddy: An Illustrated Novel Barry, Lynda 1999 Simon & Schuster
2010.042.021 Book Miscegenation Blues: Voices of Mixed Race Women Camper, Carol, ed. 1994 Sister Vision
2010.042.022 Book Racially Mixed People in America Root, Maria P.P., ed. 1992 Sage Publications
2010.042.023 Book Hot Banana Fudge Takano, Aya 2001 Hiropon Factory
2010.042.024 Book Memories of Overdevelopment: Philippine Diaspora in Contemporary Art Baerwaldt, Wayne, ed. 1997 University of California, Irvine Art Gallery
2010.042.025 Magazine No. 40, Spring 2004; 41, Summer 2004; 42, Fall 2004; Art AsiaPacific Art AsiaPacific
2010.042.026 Book Eagle: The Making of an Asian-American President Kawaguchi, Kaiji 2000 Viz Communitcations
2010.042.027 Book The Kitchen God's Wife Tan, Amy 1991 G.P. Putnam's Sons
2010.042.028 Book Story touches on love for the environment, the responsibilities of leadership, and the importance of equality in human relationships. Sampaguita Paterno, Maria Elena 1991 Cacho Publishing House, Inc.
2010.042.029 Book Everyday Tagalog Alejandro, Rufino 1946 Philippine Book Company
2010.042.030 Book The Philippines: Nation of Islands Cutshall, Alden 1964 D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc.
2010.042.031 Book Scent of Apples: A Collection of Stories Santos, Bienvenido N. 1981 University of Washington Press
2010.042.032 Book Follows the experiences of Rainsford Chan, a fourth-generation Chinese American as he embarks on a journey to understand the legacy of his forebears, and to finally claim America as his own in California. Homebase: A Novel Wong, Shawn 1979 I. Reed Books
2010.042.033 Book A Season of Grace Gonzalez, N.V.M. 1992 Bookmark Inc.
2010.042.034 Book A Short History of the Philippines Agoncillo, Teodoro A. 1975 The New American Library
2010.042.035 Book One man's campaign to build schools in the most dangerous, remote, and anti-American reaches of Asia: in 1993 Greg Mortenson was an American mountain-climbing bum wandering emaciated and lost through Pakistan's Karakoram. After he was taken in and nursed back to health by the people of a Pakistani village, he promised to return one day and build them a school. From that rash, earnest promise grew one of the most incredible humanitarian campaigns of our time--Mortenson's one-man mission to counteract extremism by building schools, especially for girls, throughout the breeding ground of the Taliban. In a region where Americans are often feared and hated, he has survived kidnapping, fatwas issued by enraged mullahs, death threats, and wrenching separations from his wife and children. But his success speaks for itself--at last count, his Central Asia Institute had built fifty-five schools. Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace?One School at a Time Mortenson, Greg 2006 Penguin Books
2010.042.036 Book Woman, Native, Other is located at the junction of a number of different fields and disciplines, and it genuinely succeeds in publishing the boundaries of these disciplines further [...] In this first full-length study, Trinh Minh-ha examines post-colonial processes of displacement -- cultural hybridization and decentered realities, fragmented selves and multiple identities, marginal voices and languages of rupture. Working at the intersection of several fields -- women's studies, anthropology, critical cultural studies, literary criticism, and feminist theory, she juxtaposes numerous prevailing contemporary discourses in a form that questions the (male-is-norm) literary and theoretical establishment. Woman, Native, Other: Writing Postcoloniality and Feminism Minh-ha, Trinh T. 1989 Indiana University Press
2010.042.037 Book A collection of head-on portraits and quotes in which men and women whose mixed racial heritage includes Asian or Pacific Island descent discuss what their heritage means to them and how it defines them. Part Asian, 100% Hapa Fulbeck, Kip 2006 Chronicle Books
2010.042.038 Book Filipino Americans: Transformation and Identity Root, Maria P.P., ed. 1997 Sage Publications
2010.042.039 Book Returning a Borrowed Tongue: Poems by Filipino and Filipino American Writers Carbo, Nick, ed. 1995 Coffee House Press
2010.042.040 Book Carlos Bulosan and His Poetry: A Biography and Anthology Evangelista, Susan 1985 University of Washington Press
2010.042.041 Book The Multiracial Experience: Racial Borders as the New Frontier Root, Maria P.P., ed. 1996 Sage Publications
2010.042.042 Book What is American culture? In Many Voices, Many Opportunities, Clement Alexander Price, Professor of American and Afro-American history at Rutgers University, provides a fresh, historical, fair-minded view of this hotly-argued question. Focusing on arts policy, one of the primary battlegrounds of the multiculturalism controversy, Many Voices, Many Opportunities convinces us that "the swirling debate about the history of American culture and its present character is quite unlike anything in American life since the early years of the civil rights movement." Many Voices, Many Opportunities traces the ideas of cultural pluralism back to the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, when such figures as W. E. B. DuBois asserted that American diversity, rather than creating a harmonious "melting pot," actually brought about struggles among ethnic and racial groups for equal recognition in American culture and the arts. Dr. Price argues for a pluralistic approach to culture and for a definition of national culture that is dynamic rather than rigid. He concludes that we need to change our perception of cultural and artistic worth if cultural pluralism is to succeed. Many Voices, Many Opportunities: Cultural Pluralism & American Arts Policy Price, Clement Alexander 1994 American Council for the Arts
2010.042.043 Book Goddess Oda, Mayumi 1988 Volcano Press
2010.042.044 Book Moving the Image: Independent Asian Pacific American Media Arts Leong, Russell, ed. 1991 UCLA Asian American Studies Center
2010.042.045 Book Voices of Color: Art and Society in the Americas Farris, Phoebe 1997 Humanities Press
2010.042.046 Magazine June/July 1999 American Craft American Craft Council
2010.042.047 Magazine June 2006 ARTCO
2010.042.048 Magazine Volume 3, No. 1, April 2003 ColorsNW ColorsNW Inc.
2010.042.049 Magazine Summer 1994 Rebelle Clerlin, Inc
2010.042.050 Booklet A brochure about the Confluence Project, an initiative to reclaim, transform and reimagine seven places along the historic Columbia River Basin through permanent art installations by Maya Lin Confluence Project 2006 Confluence Project
2010.042.051 Newsletter Winter-Spring 2008 Ackland Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carloina at Chapel Hill
2010.042.052 Booklet A brochure of an exhibit on Yoko Ono's work displayed at Whitney Museum of American Art Yoko Ono: Objects, Films 1989 Whitney Museum of American Art
2010.042.053 Booklet Folder with 3 brochures. Island to Island is a cultural exchange project between the islands of Hawaii, Penang and Tasmania. The project seeks to explore the differences and similarities of creative production generated from three, distand and very distinct island cultures. Sixty artists from the three island communities have been invited to interpret notions of island as home, islandness and place in the wider contexts of their respective cultures. Island to Island 2007 U of Tasmania, U of Hawai'I at Manoa, and U of Sains Malaysia
2010.042.054 Booklet Masami Teraoka Teraoka, Masami 1990 Pamela Auchincloss Gallery
2010.042.055 Book Cody Choi: Farewell to the 20th Century Choi, Cody 1998 Kukje Gallery
2010.042.056 Booklet Honoring Tradition: Perspectives of Three Asian-American Artists McNear, Sarah Anne 2004 Ball State University Museum of Art
2010.042.057 Booklet The Creeks: Before, During and After Ossorio, Alfonso 2000 Michael Rosenfeld Gallery
2010.042.058 Book Sculpture in the Philippines: From Anito to Assemblage and other essays Guillermo, Alice G. 1991 Metropolitan Museum of Manila
2010.042.059 Book Reconstructing Memories 2006 University of Hawai'I Art Gallery
2010.042.060 Book Jin-me Yoon: Between Departure and Arrival Yoon, Jin-me 1998 Western Front Exhibitions Program
2010.042.061 Book Ancestral Dialogues: The Photographs of Albert Chong 1994 The Friends of Photography
2010.042.062 Book Crossings '97: France/Hawaii 1998 Crossings '97: France/Hawaii
2010.042.063 Book American Mixed Race: The Culture of Microdiversity Zack, Naomi, ed. 1995 Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
2010.042.064 Book Mastering Civic Engagement: A Challenge to Museums 2002 American Association of Museums
2010.042.065 Book Contemporary art and multicultural education is the first book of its kind to address the role of art within today's multicultural education. Co-published with the New Museum of Contemporary Art, this beautifully illustrated book provides both theoretical foundations and practical resources for art educators and students, combining exquisite color reproductions, statements from contemporary artists and interviews with notable educators. Absent from multicultural art education is an approach which connects everyday experience, social critique and creative expression with classroom learning; for students from widely-varied backgrounds and differing levels of English comprehension, art becomes a vital means of reflecting upon the nature of society and social existence. To this end, this volume features both works of art and artists' personal statements in English and Spanish with lesson plans which explore topics that connect what students learn in school to what life experiences might reveal. Contemporary Art and Multicultural Education Cahan, Susan, ed. 1996 The New Museum of Contemporary Art
2010.042.066 Book Art and Cultural Difference: Hybrids and Clusters Papestergiadis, Nikos 1995 Academy Editions
2010.044.001 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Tea Cult of Japan Fukukita, Y. 1937 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.002 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Japanese Noh Plays: How to See Them Nogami, T. 1938 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.003 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Hirosige (Hiroshige) and Japanese Lanscapes Noguti, Y. 1939 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.004 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism What is Shinto? Kato, Genchi 1935 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.005 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Hot Springs in Japan Fujinami, K. 1936 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.006 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Floral Art of Japan Nishikawa, I 1938 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.007 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Kimono - Japanese Dress Kawakatsu K. 1936 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.008 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Japanese Food Tezuka, K. Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.009 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Japanese Music Sunaga, K. 1936 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.010 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Scenery of Japan Tamura, T. 1937 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.011 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Floral Calendar of Japan Makino T. & Genziro Oka 1938 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.012 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Japanese Buddhism Suzuki, D.T. 1938 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.013 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Odori (Japanese Dance) Matida, K 1938 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.014 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Kabuki Drama Miyake, S. 1938 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.015 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism History of Japan Nakamura, K. 1939 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.016 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Japanese Folk Toys Nisizawa, S. 1939 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.017 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Japanese Game of Go- Mihori, F. 1939 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.018 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Japanese Coiffure Mihori, F. 1939 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.019 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Japanese Sculpture Mihori, F. 1939 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.020 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Japan's Ancient Armour Yamagami, H 1940 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.044.021 Book Tourist Library series on Japanese culture published in English prior to the second world war to promote tourism Japanese Proverbs Huzii, O. 1940 Board of Tourist Industry Japanese Government Railways
2010.054.001 Spiral-Bound The story of the author's father and her experiences during the Japanese Internment of World War II. The Cranes Continuing Struggle Kuriyama, Sumiko (Sue) 2000 Sumiko Kuriyama
2010.055.001 Book Dragonwings Yep, Laurence 1975 HarperCollins
2010.055.002 Book Family story of 18 generations and of the inn they have tended since 1582. Japanese Inn Statler, Oliver 1961 Random House
2010.055.003 Book "Chink!": A Documentary History of Anti-Chinese Prejudice in America Wu, Cheng-Tsu, ed. World Publishing
2010.055.004 Book The Dragon's Village Chen, Yuan-tsung 1986 Penguin Books
2010.055.005 Book Outlines of Chinese Symbolism and Art Motives Williams, C.A.S.
2010.055.006 Book As a first-generation Chinese-American dutifully majoring in Chinese studies, Pang-Mei Natasha Chang stumbled across the name of her great-aunt Chang Yu-i in a history book. To Pang-Mei's astonishment, her eighty-three-year-old aunt, best known in the family for her retiring ways and masculine manner, had once been married to Hsu Chih-mo, China's preeminent modern poet, had run the Shanghai Women's Savings Bank during the 1930s, and had suffered the anguish of enduring what is considered China's first Western-style divorce. Could this same woman, whom Pang-Mei regarded as part respected elder and part unsophisticated immigrant, be the same romantic heroine from her textbooks? Over the next few years, Pang-Mei spent long afternoons with Yu-i drawing forth her story - an unforgettable saga of a woman, born in Shanghai at the turn of the century to a highly respected, well-to-do family, who continually defied the expectations of her class and culture. Bound Feet and Western Dress Chang, Pang-Mei Natasha 1997 Doubleday
2010.055.007 Book Right You Are, Mr. Moto Marquand, John P. 1986 Little, Brown and Company
2010.055.008 Book Monkey Wu, Ch'eng-en 1977 Grove Press, Inc.
2010.055.009 Book Memories of a Pure Spring tells the story of a singer and her composer husband and explores their relationship's passionate in the midst of war -- and tragic end in its aftermath. Huong portrays the chaos of modern Vietnam, vividly depicting the betrayal she and a generation of Vietnamese artists and writers experienced after the war: the persecution of those unwilling to bend to the censors, the inhuman conditions inside "re-education" prison camps, the midnight escapes by boat, and the corruption that gnaws at the heart of the new regime they brought to power. Memories of a Pure Spring Huong, Duong Thu 2000 Penguin Books
2010.055.010 Book The Tale of Genji Murasaki, Shikibu 1955 Doubleday and Company, Inc.
2010.055.011 Book A woman's obsessive love for an 18-year-old youth destroys her. Thirst for Love Mishima, Yukio 1976 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2010.055.012 Book The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon Shonagon, Sei 1976 Penguin Books
2010.055.013 Book Kokoro Natsume, Soseki 1957 Regnery Gateway
2010.055.014 Book The Makioka Sisters Tanizaki, Junichiro 1966 Grosset and Dunlap
2010.055.015 Book Kitchen Yoshimoto, Banana 1993 Simon and Schuster
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