In this Issue
Founded in 1878, The Johns Hopkins University Press is America's oldest university press. It is also one of the largest, publishing upward of 170 new books and more than 50 journals each year. Since its founding, the Press has published more than 3,000 books. The Press's flourishing journals program developed Project MUSE with grants from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Other online projects available include the World Shakespeare Bibliography and The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism.
published byJohns Hopkins University Press
viewing issueVolume 3, Number 1, February 2000
Table of Contents
- The Asian American Educational Experience: A Source Book for Teachers and Students, and: Asian Pacific American Women in Higher Education: Claiming Visibility and Voice, and: Breaking the Silence: Race and the Educational Experiences of Asian American College Students, and: Converging Stereotypes in Racialized Sexual Harrassment: Where the Model Minority Meets Suzie Wong, and: Higher Education as Gendered Space: Asian-American Women and Everyday Inequities, and: Issues of Curriculum and Community for First-Generation Asian Americans in College, and: Power to the People!: The Don Nakanishi Tenure Case at UCLA, and: Racial Politics and the Invisibility of Asian Americans in Higher Education, and: Racism and the Model Minority: Asian-Americans in Higher Education, and: The Retreat from Race: Asian-American Admissions and Racial Politics, and: Special Focus: Asian Pacific American Demographic and Educational Trends, and: Teaching Asian America: Diversity and the Problem of Community, and: Uniqueness of the Asian-American Experience in Higher Education (review)
- pp. 101-110
- View | Download |
- From Sunbelt to Snowbelt: Filipinos in Canada (review)
- pp. 113-115
- View | Download |
Copyright © 2000 The Johns Hopkins University Press.