Genevieve Ching-wen Lee '96 Memorial Lecture
The Genevieve Ching-wen Lee '96 Memorial Fund was established in 1995, to support the development of multi-disciplinary Asian American studies. One of the benefits of the Fund is an annual lecture, by distinguished scholars in the field.
Susette Min, Professor of Asian American Studies, University of California - Davis - Unnamable: The Ends of Asian American Art
Karen Shimakawa, Associate Professor of Performance Studies, New York University - National Abjection: The Asian American Body Onstage
Karín Aguilar-San Juan, Professor of American Studies, Macalester College - Racism, Imperialism, and Ethical Return: The Power and Promise of Asian American Studies
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Anita Mannur, Associate Professor of English, Miami University - Cooking for One and The Gustatory Gaze
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Deborah Wong, Professor of Ethnomusicology, University of California, Riverside - Women of Color Creating Change: Taiko, Fandang Obon, and Asian American Arts Activism
Elena Creef, Professor of Women's and Gender Studies, Wellesley College - Traveling with Red Warriors, Prayer Riders, and Water Protectors: An Ethnography (on horseback) of the Annual Chief Big Foot Ride to Wounded Knee, South Dakota
Sameer Pandya, Asian American Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara - The Blind Writer: Stories and a Novella
Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Professor of Art, University of Rhode Island - Living Between Cultures
Karin Chien, Independent Film Producer - Today's Content, Tomorrow's Audience: The Present/Future of Asian American Cultural Production
Sarita See, Associate Professor of Asian American Studies, University of California, Davis - Accumulating the Primitive: Filipino American Art In and Out of the Imperial Museum