Asian American Studies is a multi-disciplinary field of study that examines the experience of Asians in America. Asian American Studies is an academic discipline; historically it has also embraced and supported creative endeavors and community activism. This subject guide serves as an introduction to Asian American Studies for anyone interested in learning more about the field.
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