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Check Out Stanley Thangaraj’s 2014 NYU Press Blog Post on TV & Asian Masculinity

Check out AASA Member Stanley Thangarj’s blog post “Asian men on TV: Waiting for the (onscreen) kiss,” featured on From the Square: The NYU Press Blog. Excerpted below:

Popular culture is one important realm where Asian Americans, along with other communities of color, negotiate and manage the representations of their communities. In particular, visibility in the mainstream media is one important way to assert an American identity that is inclusive of a variety of Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. It also allows for complex representations of Asian America through desires and pleasure that go beyond the stereotypical renditions.

Click here to read the full text on From the Square: The NYU Press Blog.

Stanley I. Thangaraj is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at City College of New York and the author of Desi Hoop Dreams: Pickup Basketball and the Making of Asian American Masculinity (NYU Press, June 2015).


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