Asian American Research Center
Launched in 2020, the Asian American Research Center at UC Berkeley is a preeminent research center for the study of Asian Americans/Asian diasporas in national, hemispheric, and global contexts. It brings together a vibrant, innovative, and dynamic assemblage of scholars, researchers, policy-makers, community organizers, and cultural producers to address a multiplicity of interests and concerns. The Center work to raise public awareness of Asian American/diaspora issues and advance cutting-edge research, develop innovative curricula, and promote community-campus engagement.
AARC awarded grants to five UCB faculty members - Kazumi Hoshino, Andrew Leong, Nancy Liu, Cecilia Mo, and Poulomi Saha - and eight graduate students -...Read more about Asian American Research Center Awards New Grants
One of the foremost scholars of Asian diaspora studies, Asian American Research Center Chair Lok Siu has broken new ground in linking hemispheric and transpacific approaches to the study of Asian migration. She is a highly regarded teacher and...Read more about Lok Siu and Carolyn Chen Promoted to Full Professor
A new article was published in American Literary History by Colleen Lye, faculty affliate of ISSI's Asian American Research Center. Lye addresses how ...Read more about Asian American Cultural Critique at the End of the US Empire