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AACC Weekly Update: Asian American Studies Courses, YUAG Gallery Guide Program & More

Asian American Cultural Center Weekly Update:
Week of August 31, 2016



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AACC Job Opportunities

Position Openings: Undergraduate Student Coordinators for the Asian American Cultural Center at Yale University
Applications accepted on a rolling basis with early applications highly encouraged; application cut-off date is August 31, 2016.

Please note: You must be eligible for federal work-study to apply for this position.

The Asian American Cultural Center seeks Undergraduate Student Coordinators to join a team of undergraduates in developing high quality programs for the Center. The successful applicant must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, organizational, and analytical skills. Demonstrated ability to plan, manage and coordinate academically focused, co-curricular events. The ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal and leadership skills and can work effectively with other students in a constantly changing environment. Demonstrated interest in Asian American history, current affairs, and prominent issues is preferred.

The team of undergraduate staffers will work alongside Graduate Assistants and Center Staff to develop programming in small pods focused on specific areas of emphasis listed below. In your application, please identify two areas of focus that are of greatest interest to you and include several ideas for programming, as well as any experience or qualifications relevant to your stated preferences.

1) Alumni Engagement and Giving
2) Social Media and Design
3) Academic Resources
4) Community and Social Engagement
5) Wellness & Self-Care

Undergraduate Student Coordinators will work an average of 6 hours per week; the position requires evening, and occasionally a weekend work schedule.

Salary: $12.25/hr.  Candidates are asked to submit a letter of interest, a resume and contact information for two references via email to Hannah Thai ( and AACC Assistant Director Ray Firmalino ( by August 31, 2016.  We are looking to fill these positions right away.  Selected candidates will be contacted for an in-person interview. Applicants should also visit the Yale Student Employment website to apply on line. Early applications are highly encouraged.

For further information, email Courtney Sato, or Dean Dhall, 

Fall 2016 Asian American Studies Courses

Asian Diasporas since 1800 (WGSS 325/ER&M324)
Professor: Quan Tran
Time:  Thursdays, 1:30pm-3:20pm
Place: LC 210 

Examination of the diverse historical and contemporary experiences of people from East, South, and Southeast Asian ancestry living in the Americas, Australia, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Europe. Organized thematically and comparative in scope, topics include labor migrations, community formations, chain migrations, transnational connections, intergenerational dynamics, interracial and ethnic relations, popular cultures, and return migrations.

Pacific Islander Studies (ER&M 296)
Professor: Stephanie (Lani) Teves
Time:  Tuesdays, 9.25am-11.15am
Place: BRW35 215 

Examination of how Pacific Islander communities in the United States and in the Pacific have been transformed by foreign interventions such as colonialism, the introduction of Christianity, U.S. militarism, the Pacific diaspora, and the legacy of anthropological observation. Study of the material conditions that have structured Pacific Islander migrations and experiences.

Introduction to Third World Studies (ER&M 238/AFST 238/AMST 238)
Professor: Gary Okihiro
Time:  Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11:35am-12.50pm
Place: LUCE 202 

Introduction to the historical and contemporary theories and articulations of Third World studies (comparative ethnic studies) as an academic field and practice. Consideration of subject matters; methodologies and theories; literatures; and practitioners and institutional arrangements. Taught by visiting professor Gary Okihiro, founding director of the Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race at Columbia University and author of over ten books on ethnic studies. 

South Asia Course Bazaar

Date:  Thursday, September 1, 2016
Time:  4:30pm
Place: Luce Hall Common Room, 34 Hillhouse Ave  

Meet with South Asia faculty members and eat some delicious Indian snacks as you plan your fall semester courses. 

Audition for Yale Glee Club
Dates:  Thursday, September 1 to Saturday, September 3, 2016
Audition for the Yale Glee Club, Yale's premier undergraduate chorus!
Apply to be a YUAG Gallery Guide: Information Session
Date:  Thursday, September 8, 2016
Time:  3:30pm-5:00pm 
Place: Yale University Art Gallery Lobby 

The YUAG is currently accepting applications for new tour guides. The program consists of a year of training during which guides write their own thematic tour on whatever they would like. There is no prior art history experience needed. Participation in the program is a paid campus job.  Applications are due midnight on Monday, September 12. 
Tamil Interpreter for Legal Services Organization
Dates:  Thursday, September 1 to Saturday, September 3, 2016

The Legal Services Organization (LSO) clinic at the law school is looking for Tamil speakers to serve as interpreters for one of their clients this semester. Ideally, they would like someone who speaks Sri Lankan Tamil who can start as soon as possible The hours/commitment is flexible based on the individual's schedule, and it is compensated. Contact for more information.

The Asian American Cultural Center (AACC), in cooperation with affiliated student organizations, promotes Asian American culture and explores the social and political experience of Asians in the United States.
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