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Ethnic studies at Princeton with Profs. Anne Cheng '85 & Gordon Chang '70
   
Join your fellow Tigers in Silicon Valley for a thought-provoking evening with Princeton Professor Anne Cheng ’85, moderated by Stanford Professor Gordon Chang '70. THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT.

Calling all Princeton alums! Join your fellow Tigers for a thought-provoking and informative evening with Princeton Professor Anne Cheng ’85 on Thursday, April 4th, 2013.  Dr. Cheng, professor in the English Department and Center for African American Studies, will discuss the current state of ethnic studies at both Princeton and nationwide. Learn about Asian American studies at Princeton and what Professor Cheng is teaching in the areas of race and gender studies, cultural studies, and most importantly, the role of Asian Americans in American society.

We are privileged to have esteemed Princeton alum, Professor Gordon Chang ’70, moderate the discussion.  Prof. Chang is the Director, Center for East Asian Studies at Stanford University and the Olive H. Palmer Professor of Humanities and American History.

The event is sponsored by the Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton (A4P), and the Princeton Club of Northern California, with financial support provided by the Alumni Association of Princeton University.

When: Thursday, April 4th, 2013, 7PM
Where: Offices of Wilson Sonsini, 650 Page Mill Rd, Palo Alto CA (limited seating)
Cost: Free. An informal dinner will be provided.

Professor Anne Anlin Cheng ’85 specializes in race studies and psychoanalytic theory and works in 20th-century American literature, with special focus on Asian American and African American literature. She is the author of The Melancholy of Race: Assimilation, Psychoanalysis, and Hidden Grief, which examines the notion of racial grief at the intersection of culture, history, and law. Prof. Cheng received her B.A. in English and Creative Writing at Princeton, her Masters in English and Creative Writing from Stanford University, and her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Univ. of California at Berkeley.  Full bio can be read here: http://www.princeton.edu/africanamericanstudies/people/faculty/anne-cheng/

Professor Gordon Chang ’70 is interested in two areas of American life that are often considered separately. The historical connections between race and ethnicity in America, on the one hand, and foreign relations, on the other, are in fact profound. He explores these interconnections in his teaching and scholarship. He is the author of several essays and books, and brings a unique perspective on Asian American studies to the discussion. Prof. Chang is also the project co-organizer for the Chinese Railroad Workers in North America Project, which will culminate with an online multi-lingual digital archive of historical materials, conferences in 2015 at Stanford and in China, and the publication of a book featuring new scholarship. Prof. Chang received his B.A. from Princeton, and his Masters and Ph.D. from Stanford University. Full bio can be read here: http://history.stanford.edu/chang_gordon.

Event Information
EVENT DATE:
Thursday, Apr 4 2013 at 7:00pm - 9:00pm [ iCal ]
LOCATION:
Offices of Wilson, Sonsini
650 Page Mill Rd
Palo Alto, CA

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