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The biannual A³C publication known as The Sourcebook is the definitive guide to the Asian American community at Stanford. Contents include academic information, history of Asian Americans at the university, campus organizations, special events and community resources. Copies of The Source are delivered to incoming freshman and transfer students each year during orientation.
The Sourcebook is your one-stop shop for getting to know the diverse Asian American community and student groups on campus! Check out the latest Sourcebook.
The Sourcebook Issue Archive
- 2020 - 2023 Issue
- 2016 - 2019 Issue
- 2013 - 2015 Issue
- 2010 - 2012 Issue
- 2007 - 2009 Issue
- 2005 - 2007 Issue
Stanford Journal of Asian American Studies
The Stanford Journal of Asian American Studies (SJAAS) is an online journal featuring excellence in the field of Asian American Studies. It is published by Asian American Studies at Stanford University.
Submissions to the Journal
In addition to original research papers, we will consider essays, short fiction, poems or visual art. The preferred lengths are poems, less than 80 lines; essays, 1500 words; short fiction, 3000 words; and research papers, 5000 words. To view our previous publication, see Stanford Journal of Asian American Studies.
Questions about the Journal
David Palumbo-Liu is the senior editor.
How to Submit Content
Email submissions for the journal with "SJAAS: General Edition_Your Name" in the subject line to Stanford Asian American Studies.
As of August 2009, CommunicASIANS is no longer published. However, many topics covered in past issues are still relevant.
CommunicASIANS was a quarterly magazine, published by the A³C, that highlighted events, news and current issues in the Asian American community on and off campus. The magazine also served as an opportunity for various organizations and individuals to express their opinions and views on life as an Asian American.