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Asian American Architecture: Mapping the Field and Its Futures
Moderators: Gail Dubrow, University of Minnesota, and Sean H. McPherson, Bridgewater State University

The site of multiple intersections of great significance to the Asian diaspora in the
United States, Seattle has fostered both scholarship and community activism related
to the historic preservation of Asian American cultural landscapes. Seattle provides the historical context for this meeting to critically map the development and current state of the field of Asian American architectural history, and to chart interdisciplinary directions for its future transformation. We will discuss how scholarship integrated with political action continues to connect Asian American architectural history with the aspirations of Asian Americans for social justice.

Panelists:
• Sujin Eom, Dartmouth College
• Jeff Hou, University of Washington
• Lynne Horiuchi, Independent Scholar
• Priya Jain, Texas A & M University
• Min Kyung Lee, Bryn Mawr College
• Itohan Osayimwese, Brown University
• Ken Tadashi Oshima, University of Washington
• Arijit Sen, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee
• Alec Stewart, University of California, Berkeley
• Desiree Valadares, University of California, Berkeley

May 27, 2020 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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