Spotlight on Teaching, May 2014

Teaching Asian American Religions and Religiosities

Teaching Asian American Religions and Religiosities: Guest Editor’s Introduction
Jonathan H. X. Lee, San Francisco State University

Teaching Asian Religions from within the Asian American Community
Emily S. Wu, Dominican University of California

Teaching and Learning through the Manzanar Pilgrimage
Joanne Doi, Maryknoll Sisters Integration Program, Chicago, IL

Teaching about Asian American Sacred Spaces at a Catholic College
Linh Hoang, Siena College

On Learning and Teaching the Art of Sho
Ronald Y. Nakasone, Graduate Theological Union

Asian American Music and Religion: Scaffolding to Teach Hybridity and to Reduce Anxiety
Brett J. Esaki, Central Michigan University

Teaching Asian American Islam and Racialization through Film
Rabia Kamal, University of San Francisco

Critical Pedagogy for Sikh American Religiosity and Race
Jaideep Singh, Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund (SALDEF) and Islamophobia Research & Documentation Project at the University of California at Berkeley’s Center for Race & Gender

Vietnamese American Religions within a Transnational Framework
Thien-Huong T. Ninh, Williams College

Inserting Christianity into Asian American Studies
Dean Ryuta Adachi, Claremont Graduate University and Laney College, California

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