[ASIAZoom] Elite Asians & the Changing American Racial Hierarchy
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[ASIA Zoom] is a series of events focusing on Asia and Asian cultures, starting in the week leading up to the Lunar New Year, February Protected content .
"The ubiquity and visibility of diverse elite Asians in global spaces destabilize Western models that have long viewed things "Asian" as exotically poor and backward. (...) By intruding into global spaces and upsetting Western assumptions linking race, wealth, and aesthetics, do elite Asians become further ensnared in a racializing logic of humanity? (...)"
This talk discusses how elite Asians are received in cosmopolitan spaces and how they are re-worlding American racial hierarchy.
Aihwa Ong, Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley. She is well known for her interdisciplinary approach in investigations of globalization, modernity, and citizenship from Southeast Asia and China to the Pacific Northwest of the United States.
For further details on her academic works, check out here:
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* This event is hosted by Arizona State University, US.
It is held in English.
* Starting time:
- 4pm, March 16, Arizona, US
- 00h00 March 17 Paris
- 08h00 March Protected content
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