By Rosalind S. Chou,Kristen Lee,Simon Ho
While there are books on racism in universities, few study the original place of Asian American undergraduates. This new publication captures the voices and reviews of Asian americans navigating the currents of race, gender, and sexuality as components in how formative years build relationships and identities. Interviews with 70 Asian americans on an elite American campus exhibit how scholars negotiate the sexualized racism of a giant establishment. The authors emphasize the scholars' resilience and their technique of resistance for overcoming the impression of structural racism.
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Asian Americans on Campus: Racialized Space and White Power (New Critical Viewpoints on Society) by Rosalind S. Chou,Kristen Lee,Simon Ho