Events and Recordings

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Past Events & Recordings

 

June 16, 2021 | Asians in America, the Past, the Present and the Future

Featuring renowned scholars Tina Tchen, President and CEO of Times Up and former advisor to Barack and Michelle Obama & Jack (John Kuo Wei) Tchen professor at Rutgers University and Director of the Clement A. Price Institute on Ethnicity, Culture & the Modern Experience 

 

April 19-23, 2021 | Rutgers University-Newark Research Week

Research Week will take place virtually from Mon. April 19- Thur. April 22 with lectures, panels, & presentations. 

 

April 16, 2021 | Rutgers University-Newark American Studies Symposium: Why American Studies? Why Now?

The need for American Studies is more urgent than ever. Join us as we discuss issues we are facing now and how the field is pushing forward important topics of interdisciplinary and intersectional study, research, and practice. 

 

April 10, 2021 | Dismantling Yellow Perilism: Decolonizing Regional History, Grappling with Global Warming, Reconstructing America 3.0

In the wake of the Atlanta tragedy and the upsurge of anti-Asian violence and white nationalism, the need to teach the history of anti-Asian racism is especially urgent. In response to this need, the Social Studies program of NYU's Department of  Teaching and Learning and NYU's History Department have sponsored this session featuring Professor Jack Kuo Wei Tchen of Rutgers University, Newark

 

April 9, 2021The American Slavery Project's 2021 The Reverberation: The Haunted Files & Monologue Mission ft. Conversation w. Jack Tchen & Leora Fuller

Audio Drama "The Haunted Files and H.S. Monologue Mission" by Judy Tate, Michael Slade and H.S. Students; alongside Conversation “Good Genes” & America’s Quest for Racial Purity with Jack Tchen & Leora Fuller the original curators of The Haunted Files exhibition

 

March 30, 2021 | Watch I’m Not a Virus: A Teach-In on Anti-Asian / Asian American Racism

Learn from actor and comedian Margaret Cho and a full panel of activists, scholars and artists about the problem of anti-Asian racism, its history, and what we should do about it.

 

March 26, 2021 | Watch Unpacking Hate

Spurred by the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes, persistent anti-Black racism, and ongoing anti-Muslim sentiment, this conversation will unpack hate, make connections to enable unified resistance, and name the need for resilience.”

 

March 24, 2021 | Listen to No Politics at the Dinner Table-Podcast: The Archives of Anti-Asian Fear (w/Jack Tchen) - Ep87

Brothers-in-law Amit and Tony discuss the Atlanta massacre, anti-Asian ideology, and culture in the plural with historian, museum curator, and archivist Jack Tchen. Listen on Apple, Spotify, or Soundcloud

 

March 18, 2021 | Watch Remembering our Journeys: Narratives of Migration and Immigration

Join historians, curators, authors and museum experts to explore how migrant and immigrant communities memorialize their past and create monuments to their future.

 

March 18, 2021 | Watch Experimental Structures for Higher Education: Learning from Alternative Models

As part of Haverford College's virtual summit “Educating for a Just Ecological Transition: Building Higher Educational Alliances in a Time of Climate Crisis”, this conversation brings together activists, educators, students, artists, and entrepreneurs experimenting with new institutional forms. 

 

May 4, 2021 | Watch The Quiet Before Series: Panel 1- ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY is AMERICAN HISTORY

Historians paint the vibrant picture: Asian Pacific American history is American history. On the agenda: key moments told by the individuals who write, teach and live these stories.