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“The mission of The Center for Asian American Studies at The University of Texas at Austin is to provide an interdisciplinary academic program that transforms how undergraduate and graduate students understand and know the world through the experiences of Asian Americans and other people of color.”
Catalog for the CAAS internal lIbrary at UT Austin. The CAAS library is located in BUR 556. The reading room has books and journals, newspapers, videos, and DVDs on subjects within the field of Asian American Studies are located in BUR 560. At the present time, only CAAS faculty may check out books, however students are welcome to read and research in the library.
"The Asian American Resource Center’s mission is to create a space of belonging and healing for Asian American communities in Austin and beyond. We do this through community collaborations and partnerships; providing rental space; organizing cultural, educational and health wellness programs; and curating art and historical exhibitions."
"The UCLA Asian American Studies Center is one of the largest teaching, training and research programs in the U.S. The web site includes many good resources and publications, including the online publication Crosscurrents."
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