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Remembering the Tsuneishis of Monrovia

By Susie Ling for MOHPG’s Preservation Conversation, November 2014

Paul Tsuneishi was born in Monrovia in 1923.  Paul was the sixth of ten children and the Tsuneishis were one of the largest Japanese American families of Monrovia before World War II.  865 more words

Monrovia

Embracing the Other: Duke Divinity School

Watch the many interesting videos from the Duke Divinity School youtube channel.

Duke Divinity Center for Reconciliation Conversations took place in the Spring of 2016 and I was honored to give a talk on my latest book, … 142 more words

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Syracuse University Assistant Professorship in American Politics

Deadline: October 1

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: “The search is open to candidates whose teaching and research focus on either political institutions or political behavior. We have particular interests in recruiting candidates who study… 13 more words

Tenure-track

Northwestern University Assistant/Associate Professorship in Asian American Studies

Deadline: October 3

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: Seeking “candidates trained in literary studies for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professorship in Asian American Studies. Areas of specialization are open, but scholars whose work focuses on… 31 more words

Tenure-track

Need to Read in AAPI

Over the past three weeks in Taiwan, I’ve thought a lot about what it means to have grown up in a Chinese household in the heartland of the United States. 117 more words

Asian American

Recording of "An Asian American Christian Perspective on Race"

In May, I spoke about Asian Americans and race at City Church San Francisco.  The audio recording has been posted here.

My friend Jeff made this helpful outline, if you want a sense of what I discussed: 92 more words

Race And Ethnicity

The perfect is the enemy of the good. (But why can't we all be friends?)

When I stepped into the elevator, the floors lit up, seemingly at random.

Ten. Three. Six.

The elevator rose, then fell. Rose, then fell.

Fourteen. Two. 600 more words

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