Asian American Studies
"As a former Asian American PhD student at Stanford (’05-’09), I felt the Asian American Activities Center (A³C) played a crucial role in my academic success at Stanford."
Program Description and Goals
The Asian American Studies Program offers students interdisciplinary analytical tools to actively study and research the Asian American experience. The Asian American Activities Center provides assistance in programming and recruitment for Asian American Studies to increase visibility of the major and increase student interest in classes and the major.
Asian American Studies courses cover a broad selection of topics and are offered in departments ranging from History to English to Music, representing the breadth of interests among our diverse faculty members. Whether you are a declared Asian American Studies major, interested in learning more, or are curious about what you can do with a degree in Asian American Studies, please feel free to come by and talk with us or explore the program website.
Stanford Journal of Asian American Studies
Current Asian American Studies Courses
For More Information
- Asian American Studies Liaison: Lindsey Chou & Theresa Gao
- Asian American Studies Director: Dr. Jeanne Tsai
- A³C Scott J. J. Hsu Director: Cindy Ng