Asian American Center Resources

Academic Resources

Asian American Studies Minor Program

Asian American Studies is an interdisciplinary field dedicated to an examination of the diasporic East Asian, Southeast Asian, South Asian, and Pacific Islander populations. It applies the methods and perspectives of traditional academic disciplines, such as history, sociology, political science, education, psychology and literature, to understanding the histories, communities, and cultures of Asian Americans.

The minor provides a program of study so that students can examine the histories and experiences of Asian Americans as a specialization alongside their degree pursuits. The program offers courses that introduce students to Asian American Studies and also offers the opportunity for students to craft their own areas of expertise by taking coursework on concepts and issues that intersect with the Asian American experience such as immigration, health care, gender or educational access.

The Asian American Studies program is housed in the Consortium of Studies in Race, Colonialism and Diaspora.

To learn more about the Asian American Studies program, the program's affiliated faculty, and upcoming events, please visit the website.

Faculty Resources

These professors and staff have agreed to be identified as resources so that students can contact them, if they are interested, for any reason. Feel free to reach out to talk about academics, adjusting to college, being in an Asian or Asian-American community, or anything else!

Faculty Department
Chakravorty, Ujjayant Economics
Chew, Frances Biology
Dhingra, Pawan Sociology
Hirata, Hosea German, Russian, Asian Lang. and Lit.
Kagawa, Kiyomi German, Russian, Asian Lang. and Lit.
Koizumi, Shiori German, Russian, Asian Lang. and Lit.
Kumar, Krishna Chemistry
Lin, Yu-Shan Chemistry
Lowe, Lisa English
Masuoka, Natalie Political Science
Mistry, Jayanthi Child Development
Oeur, Freeden Education
Patel, Aniruddh Psychology
Shamsuddin, Shomon Urban and Env. Policy and Planning
Takayoshi, Ichiro English
Talusan, Grace English
Tu, Loring Mathematics
Ueda, Reed History
Wong, Ian Health Promotion and Prevention
Wu, Jean American Studies
Wu, Weiping Urban and Env. Policy and Planning
Xu, Man History
Yi, Hyunmin Engineering

Center for South Asian and Indian Ocean Studies

Established in 1989, The Center for South Asian and Indian Ocean Studies at Tufts University has served as New England's focal point for scholars of and scholarship on the South Asian subcontinent and the Indian Ocean rim. With an emphasis on history, culture, literature, religion, politics, economics and diplomacy, it is committed to promoting interdisciplinary approaches to the study of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan and the Maldives, which together make up the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation.

Asian American House

The Asian American House (Start House), a Small Group Housing Unit under the Office of Residential Life and Learning, offers students an opportunity to live with others who have a commitment to learning about Asians in the U.S. Residents are required to coordinate programs for the Tufts community that focus on the issues and experiences of Asian Americans. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible to apply to live in the House. 

Learn More about the Asian American House

Asian American House Residents 2016-2017:

Kalina Allen, Jennifer Leung, Nazifa Sarawat, Sophia Wang

Growing up, I never put much thought into my identity as Asian American. I knew I looked different from my friends but I never considered my identity as it related to society. It wasn't until coming to Tufts that I finally recognized the overwhelming importance of this part of my life and how it shapes me. By choosing to live in the Asian American House, I hope to continue exploring what it means to be Asian American and serve as an easily accessible resource for anyone looking to discuss their views of Asian America.

Harrison Kim, A15

As a resident of the Asian American House, I hope to be an open-minded learner, broaden my understanding of social issues, and develop a greater awareness for diversity. I'm excited to be part of an active community of students who are interested in learning more about Asian American issues and enthusiastic about engaging with other members of the Tufts community.

Kathleen Li, A16

Literature at the Center


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