Teaching Race, Ethnicity, and Politics: Resource Set Three

Asian American, Pacific Islanders Inclusive Teaching Resources

In a context where hate crimes and discrimination against Asian Americans continues to rise, Michelle D. Deardorff, Linda Hasunuma, and Julie Lee Merseth have created a set of resources for educators to use to shine a light on the politics of this often-overlooked group. This toolset includes readings and media exploring Asian American feminism, Asian American elected officials, important federal court cases around Asian Americans, and the role of political activism in the Asian American community. The authors also discuss a set of best practices to create an inclusive environment for Asian Americans/Pacific Islander students.

Introducing Our APSA AAPI Resources

Linda Hasunuma, Temple University

AAPI Law & Politics Resources

Michelle D. Deardorff, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Asian American Politics and Race-Based Political Activisim

Julie Lee Merseth, Northwestern University

Example AAPI Syllabus

Asian American Studies Syllabus

Example course syllabus from Pei-te Lien, University of California, Santa Barbara

Select Curated AAPI Scholarship

Journal of Political Science Education Special Issue

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