College of Liberal Arts

A Roundtable Discussion Examines "Linsanity" and Afro-Asian America

Wednesday Mar 28, 2012 5:30 PM | Warfield Center Isese Gallery - Jester A230

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What is Linsanity? Why is it significant for African and Asian-Americans? The Center for Asian American Studies and The John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies presents a roundtable discussion with faculty and students on the "Linsanity" phenomenon and its wider implications.

Panelist include:

  • Madeline Hsu, Director, Center for Asian American Studies
  • Stephen Marshall, Assistant Professor, African & African Diaspora Studies Department
  • A Naomi Paik, Assistant Professor, American Studies and Center for Asian American Studies
  •  Eric Tang, Assistant Professor, African & African Diaspora Studies Department and Center for Asian American Studies


Moderated by Frank Guridy, Director, the John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies

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