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Well-known writers such as Amy Tan join up-and-coming talents including Chang-rae Lee to speak about their personal experiences as Asian Americans, covering such issues as racism, generational differences, learning English, and education.Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.Under Western Eyes; Personal Essays from Asian America by Hongo, Garrett and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at AbeBooks.com.
How do you thank a man who’s a key player in making possible the exciting, ever-growing, hybrid, transnational, badass umbrella we invoke when we say “Asian American Literature,” with his work editing The Open Boat: Poems from Asian America and Under Western Eyes: Personal Essays from Asian America, both groundbreaking in their content and scope? How do you thank this man, the first.
He is the editor of the acclaimed anthologies The Open Boat: Poems from Asian America (1993), Songs My Mother Taught Me: Stories, Plays, and Memoir (1994), and Under Western Eyes: Personal Essays from Asian America (1995). He is currently Distinguished Professor of the College of Arts and Sciences and a professor of creative writing at the University of Oregon where he directed the Program in.
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He is the editor of The Open Boat: Poems from Asian America (Anchor) and Under Western Eyes: Personal Essays from Asian America (Anchor). Poems and essays of his have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Ploughshares, Kenyon Review, Georgia Review, APR, Honolulu Weekly, Amerasia Journal, Virginia Quarterly Review, Raritan, and the LA Times.
Hongo, Garrett. Under Western Eyes: Personal Essays from Asian Americans. (1985) A collection of memories that focus around family and language. X. X. Hoobler, Dorothy and Thomas Hoobler. The Japanese American Family Album. (1998) Captures the broad experience of Japanese Americans focusing on oral histories and family documents. X. X. X. X.
Under Western Eyes. Joseph Conrad's Under Western Eyes is a novel that exemplifies Conrad's disdain for Russia. The story follows the life of Razumov, a student at the University of St. Petersburg.
He edited the landmark anthologies The Open Boat: Poems from Asian America (1993) and Under Western Eyes: Personal Essays from Asian America (1995). Achievements (Poets and Poetry in America).
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Hongo, Garrett Kaoru 1951- Overview.. Under western eyes: personal essays from Asian America ( Book ) 7 editions published. In other pieces he engages with controversies and contestations in contemporary Asian American literature, confronts the politics of race and the legacy of Japanese American internment during World War II, offers.
Garrett Hongo - USA. Garrett Hongo was born in Volcano, Hawai’i and grew up on the North Shore of O’ahu and in Los Angeles. He was educated at Ponoma College, the University of Michigan, and UC Irvine, where he received an M.F.A.
The story of Asian drama is a sharp contrast to the development of drama in Europe and North America. Asian drama, most prominently that of India, Japan, and China, shows neither the variety of styles nor the frequent and striking patterns of change found throughout the history of Western theater. The reasons for these differences lie in the very different cultural and religious backgrounds.
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Asian Feminist Theology. Hyun Hui Kim PhD Student in Theological and Philosophical Studies In the field of theological studies, feminist theologies emerging from Asia—the so-called Asian Feminist Theologies—seem to be controversial even in name, because the term, “feminist,” connotes their as having been promoted by middle-class European and American women (Kwok Pui-lan, 2005:7).
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