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Asian American Studies Research Guide   Tags: asian_american, chinese, filipino, hmong, in-depth, indian, japanese, laotian, pakistani, research, south_asian, thai, vietnamese  

Selected indexes, e-journals, and websites in Asian American Studies
Last Updated: Jun 11, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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This LibGuide presents some of the most frequently used resources for those interested in researching Asian American Studies topics. 

Use the links provided for quick access to online databases & journals in the library's collection as well as websites highlighting other aspects of these topics.


Off-Campus Access

Most of our indexes, ejournals, and full-text articles can be accessed off-campus using your ISU Borrower ID and password.  See Set your Library password for more information. 

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Asian American Weblogs

  • Southeast Asian/American Studies
    Providing links to information, research, and resources concerning the Southeast Asian/American community.
  • Asian Pacific Americans for Progress
    This web site brings together a network of progressive Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and their allies. Their mission is our goal is to advance a progressive agenda and empower Asian Pacific Americans.
  • Asian Nation
    Addressing today's issues, news, and events.
  • Asian American Village @ blogspot
    Part of the web site.
  • Asian American Health
    Founded by students of "public health, public policy, non profit and community organizing sectors. The goal of the blog is to share, inform and create dialogue amongst Asian American youth, young adults and community allies."

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