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|Author/Title||Research Type||Related Fields|
|https://open.umn.edu/oen/2020/08/11/inside-critical-filipinx-histories/||Publications, Books||Archives, Culture, History, Philippine and Filipino American|
|Schleitwiler, Vince, Abby Sun, and Rea Tajiri, eds. “Messy, Energetic, Intense: A Roundtable Conversation among New York's Asian American Experimental Filmmakers of the Eighties with Roddy Bogawa, Daryl Chin, Shu Lea Cheang, and Rea Tajiri.” Film Quarterly 73.3 (Spring 2020): 66-78. DOI: 10.1525/fq.2020.73.3.66||Publications, Articles||20th Century, Asian American, Film/Cinema, Media Studies, Popular Culture, Public Scholarship, Visual Culture|
|Schleitwiler, Vince. "The Bright Future and Long Shadow of John Okada’s No-No Boy." The Margins, Asian American Writers' Workshop, 18 Nov 2019, aaww.org/no-no-boy-shadow-book-vince-schleitwiler/.||Publications, Articles||20th Century, Asian American, Literary Criticism|
|Sakamoto, Michael and Vince Schleitwiler. “MuNK: Loving the Non-Alien.” Global Performance Studies 3.1 (2019).||Publications, Articles||Aesthetics, Art, Asian American, Global and Transnational Studies, Japanese, Performance Studies, Theory/Criticism, Violence and Trauma, Visual Culture|
|Schleitwiler, Vince. "Apparitions of the Non-Alien: Philadelphia." Ongoing serialization at www.citiesofrefuge.info, May 2018-. (Excerpts originally published in a brochure by Asian Arts Initiative, Philadelphia, 2018.)||Publications||20th Century, Art, Asian American, Culture, History, Nonfiction Prose, Public Scholarship|
|Rosales Castañeda, O. (2017). El movimiento in Washington State: Activism in the Yakima Valley and Puget Sound Regions. In J. Garcia (Ed.), We are Aztlan! Chicanx histories in the northern borderlands (pp. 135-166). Washington State University Press.||Publications||20th Century, Activism, Chicana/o, Community, History, Labor, Public Scholarship|
|Vince Schleitwiler, "East Meets Black: Asian and Black Masculinities in the Post-Civil Rights Era, by Chong Chon-Smith," The ALH Online Review, Series XIII. Book review.||Publications, Articles||20th Century, African American, Asian American, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Literature, Media Studies, Politics of Representation, Popular Culture|
|Vince Schleitwiler, "The Violence and the Music, April–December 1899," in “Forward,” Journal of Transnational American Studies 8.1 (2017). Excerpt from Strange Fruit of the Black Pacific: Imperialism's Racial Justice and Its Fugitives (New York: New York University Press, 2017).||Publications, Articles||20th Century, African American, Asian American, Culture, History, Japanese, Literature, Music, Philippine and Filipino American, Violence and Trauma|
|Schleitwiler, Vince. Strange Fruit of the Black Pacific: Imperialism's Racial Justice and Its Fugitives. New York: NYU Press, Jan. 2017.||Publications, Books||20th Century, African American, Asian American, Literary Criticism, Philippine and Filipino American, Race and Ethnicity|
|Schleitwiler, Vince and Tamiko Nimura. "Break, Burn, Hoard: For an Atlas of Lost Afro-Asian Worlds." CA+T DIALOGUES. The Center for Art and Thought, Spring 2016, http://centerforartandthought.org/work/project/dialogues.||Publications, Articles||African American, Asian American, Philippine and Filipino American, Public Scholarship|
|Schleitwiler, Vince. "A Demonology of Comparisons: Imperialism, Justice, and Anti/Blackness." Comparative Literature 68.2 (June 2016): 116-29.||Publications, Articles||African American, Asian American, Race and Ethnicity, Violence and Trauma|
|Beyond Aztlán: Mexican & Chicana/o Artists in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle: Marquand Books, 2016.||Publications, Books||20th Century, Art, Art History, Latino/a Studies, Visual Culture|
|Schleitwiler, Vince. City of Refuge. The Center for Art and Thought, Nov.-Dec. 2015, http://centerforartandthought.org/work/project/artist-in-residence.||Publications, Articles||African American, Asian American, Literary Criticism, Philippine and Filipino American, Public Scholarship, Race and Ethnicity|
|“Come Back Home Soon: The Pleasures and Agonies of ‘Homeland’ Visits,” in Philippine Palimpsests: Filipino Studies in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Martin F. Manalansan IV and Augusto Espiritu. New York: New York University Press.||Publications, Articles||Community, Philippine and Filipino American, Transnational|
|Lauro Flores (Ed.). A Arreguín: Correspondencias. Seattle: Marquand Books, 2015||Publications, Editions||Art, Visual Culture|
|Lauro Flores. Arturo Artorez: Time & Chance / Tiempo y azar. Seattle: Marquand Books, 2014.||Publications, Books||Art|
|Rick Bonus. “Filipino American Community Organizations,” “Filipino American Newspapers,” and “Filipino Pensionados,” in Asian Americans: An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History, edited by Xiaojian Zhao and Edward J. W. Park. Santa Barbara, California: Greenwood Press, 2014: 386-389, 392-393, and 415-416.||Publications, Editions||Asian American, Culture, Economics, History, Social Change|
|Dina C. Maramba and Rick Bonus, editors. The “Other” Students: Filipino Americans, Education, and Power. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Jan, 2013.||Publications, Books||Education, Philippine and Filipino American, Race and Ethnicity|
|Lauro Flores. Art & Migration: Takeda and His Disciples / Arte y migración: Takeda y sus discípulos, exhibition catalog; Oaxaca, México, Carteles Editores, 2012.||Publications||Art|
|Lauro Flores. Fulgencio Lazo: Reconstruction of Memory/Reconstrucción de la memoria. Oaxaca, Mexico: Carteles Editores, 2010.||Publications, Books||Art|
Lauro Flores. José Luis Rodríguez Guerra: Myth, Magic & Memory. Seattle: AlphaGraphics, 2009.
Lauro Flores. “Alfredo Arreguín: A Parable of Leaves and Eyes.” Gatefold brochure produced in conjunction with the exhibition Memory: PortraitureToday at the NationalPortrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. Seattle: Marquand Books, 2007.
Lauro Flores. “Fulgencio Lazo: Hacia una geometría de la nostalgia / Toward a Geometry of Nostalgia,” exhibition catalog, Indigo Gallery. Oaxaca, Mexico, 2007.
Lauro Flores. Caligrafía de la Memoria, exhibition catalogue, 2006.
Lauro Flores. "Latino Art of the Pacific Northwest," People, Places and Perceptions exhibition catalog, Maryhill Museum of Art, July 2004; 3-6.
|Publications||Art, Latino/a Studies|