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Guest Post by Douglas S. Ishii: CAALS@ALA 2019

Guest blogger Douglas S. Ishii writes about his first time at CAALS@ALA 2019. Dr. Ishii is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Writing, Literature, & Publishing at Emerson College. His scholarship has been published in Camera Obscura, American Quarterly, and the Journal of Asian American Studies, as well as the edited volumes Techno-Orientalism: Imagining …

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Guest Post by Christine Kitano: CAALS@ALA 2019

Guest blogger Christine Kitano writes of attending CAALS@ALA 2019 last month. Dr. Kitano is an assistant professor of English at Ithaca College. She has published two collections of poetry, Sky Country (2017) and Birds of Paradise (2011), and serves on the CAALS Advisory Board. My first experience with CAALS was in 2016, when I attended …

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Conferences

CAALS@ALA 2019 Program Now Available: May 24-25, Boston

Please join us for this year’s annual meeting, CAALS@ALA 2019, to take place Friday & Saturday, May 24 & 25, 2019 at the Westin Copley Place in Boston. As a sponsoring society of the American Literature Association, CAALS meets at the ALA Annual Conference. Preliminary Program Friday 5/24 8:10–9:30 / Session 7-F / Essex NC(In)Visible: …

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CAALS Panels at AAAS 2019

Please join CAALS for two linked panels, Fugitive Bodies I & II, at the Association for Asian American Studies Annual Meeting in Madison, WI this week. Both panels will be held Friday, April 26, 2019 at the Madison Concourse Hotel. Details below the poster. Fugitive Bodies I: Anomalous Embodiments in Asian American Cultural Productions, 10:00–11:30 …

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Announcements Essay Prize

Congratulations to 2018 CAALS Essay Prize Winners!

Please join us in congratulating the winners of the 2018 CAALS Essay Prize: Kai Hang Cheang, Ph.D. candidate at University of California, Riverside, “The Textual Remediation of the Visual in Karen Tei Yamashita’s I Hotel: Toward an Ethic of Representing a Collective Asian American History” and   Yuan Ding, Ph.D. candidate at University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, “The …

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