References and Notes

January 5

American Factfinder

Foothill-De Anza Demographics

Results from the first-day survey

Reading notes for The Latehomecomer

Interview of Kao Kalia Yang

"Making Guacamole" - Spoken Word

January 10

Entry for "Orient" from the Oxford English Dictionary

Entry for "Oriental" from the Oxford English Dictionary

"Cosmographia Germanus," 1482 European world map


Pre-test key

Notes on "Making Guacamole"

January 12

1970s US Refugee Legislation

"From Immigrants to Americans: Thirty Years of Vietnamese Immigration to the United States"

Physical Map of Southeast Asia

Notes on generational difference

January 19

Whose story still needs to be told?

Notes on culture

January 24

R. Zamora Linmark reading from Rolling the R's

Flyer for Judy Yung's visit to De Anza

Stories with "Go back to where you came from!"

January 26

"Discovering Angel Island"

January 31

Map of regions where early Chinese immigrants and migrants to the US came from

From Sucheng Chan, Asian Americans: An Interpretive History. Boston: Twayne, 1991.

February 2

Entry for "Stereotype" from the Oxford English Dictionary

"Racial Profiling" article in Wikipedia

"How to tell a Chinese from a 'Jap'"

Notes for America is in the Heart

February 9

1960 US Census

Karen Yamashita reading from I-Hotel

SF State Third World Student Strike

Model Minority Myth

Wikipedia Article on "Model Minority"

Racial Composition of UC Campuses

February 14

Quiz 3 Results

1965 Immigration Act

Immigration from Korea to the US

From Bill Ong Hing, Making and Remaking Asian America Through Immigration Policy, 1850-1990. Stanford: Stanford, 1993.

Nellie Wong Reading "It's In The Blood"

Wikipedia Article on Anti-Miscegenation Laws

February 28

"Yellow Fever"

March 1

Sa-I-Gu from Korean Women's Perspectives

Program for International Women's Day Celebration

March 7

"Timeline" by Visionaries

March 9

Bich Minh Nguyen's Web Site

March 25


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