Indexes & General Resources
Indexes & Directories
The Landscape of Asian America
"...your one-stop information source on the historical, political, social, economic, and cultural elements and issues that make up today's diverse Asian American community. You can almost think of Asian-Nation as an online version of 'Asian Americans 101.'"
Sections include: Culture ; History ; Immigration ; Issues ; Links ; Viet Nam
Internet Resources on Asian Americans
From East & Southeast Asia: An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources
Sections include: Multiculturalism ; The Wen Ho Lee Case ; Communities ; Culture & the Arts ; Japanese Internment ; Immigration & Asylum ; General Information ; Political & Social Issues ; Media ; History.
Japanese American Network
Sections include: History ; Community Directory ; Public Policy ; Little Tokyo, Los Angeles ; Arts & Culture ; Social Services ; News & Events ; Just for Fun.
Based in Los Anglese
Recommended Asian American Websites
"This list includes selected Asian American web resources useful for academic research and information purposes...Only Web sites that are reflective of Asian American realities were considered; sites that are exclusively Asian in origin or focus are only rarely included. Recommended Web sites listed below were evaluated for breadth, perceived authority, stability, usefulness, and accuracy
By Susan A. Vega Garcia, Diversity & Ethnic Studies, Iowa State University
Selected Laws and Governmental Policies Affecting Asian-Pacific Americans
From the Race and Racism in American Law page
University of Dayton School of Law
Teaching Asian American Studies: A Selected Bibliography
"This bibliography is only a small selection from the nearly 10,000 articles and books produced over the last 20 years in Asian American Studies. It is only meant to provide the users with the beginning points in their search for lecture and teaching materials on Asians in America. This was compiled by ICenyon S. Chan (Asian American Studies, California State University, Northridge) and Shirley Hune (Urban Planning, UCLA), 1995."
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