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New Publications from AASA Members!

AASA members have been busy publishing new academic work, bridging multiple fields of study, and fostering rich interdisciplinary scholarship. Please join us in celebrating AASA members Charlotte Karem Albrecht, Kennith Habib, and Stanley Thangaraj for their recent academic publications! The citations below are available via JSTOR.

Albrecht, Charlotte Karem. “Narrating Arab American History: The Peddling Thesis.” Arab Studies Quarterly, 37.1 2015

Habib, Kenneth. “Arab American Music.” The Grove Dictionary of American Music. 2nd ed. Charles Hiroshi Garrett, ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.

Thangaraj, Stanley, Daniel Burdsey, and Rajinder Dudrah.  Sport and South Asian Diasporas: Playing through Space and Time.  Abingdon: Routledge. 2014.

Thangaraj, Stanley. “‘Liting it Up’: Indo-Pak Basketball and Finding the American-Ness in South Asian American Institutions.” Asian Americans in Sport and Society, (ed.) Richard King. Abingdon: Routledge. 2014.

 Thangaraj, Stanley and Constancio Arnaldo Jr. “Asian American Sporting Cultures.” Asian American Society: An Encyclopedia, (ed.) Mary Danico.  New York: Sage Publications. 2014.

Thangaraj, Stanley and Constancio Arnaldo Jr.“Asian American Athletes.” Asian American Society: An Encyclopedia, (ed.) Mary Danico.  New York: Sage Publications. 2014.

Thangaraj, Stanley. “‘We’re 80% more Patriotic’: Atlanta’s Muslim Community and the Performances of Cultural Citizenship.” Routledge International Handbook of Race, Class, and Gender, (ed.) Shirley Jackson.  Abingdon: Routledge,. 2014.


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