American Ethnic and Cultural Studies

Edited by John C. Walter, Professor of American Ethnic Studies, University of Washington, and Johnnella E. Butler, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Spelman College.

The American Ethnic and Cultural Studies series explores cultural formations and expressions through comparative studies of racialized peoples in North America. Informed by research in the humanities, arts, and social sciences; transnational and diasporic studies; film studies; legal studies; public policy, environmental, urban, and rural studies, books in the series will aim to stimulate innovative approaches in scholarship and pedagogy.

Color-Line to Borderlands: The Matrix of American Ethnic Studies

edited by Johnnella E. Butler

Being Buddhist in a Christian World: Gender and Community in a Korean American Temple

by Sharon A. Suh

Beyond Literary Chinatown

by Jeffrey F. L. Partridge

Complicating Constructions: Race, Identity, and Hybridity in American Texts

edited by David S. Goldstein and Audrey B. Thacker

Writing Off the Hyphen: New Perspectives on the Literature of the Puerto Rican Diaspora

edited by Jose L. Torres-Padilla and Carmen Haydee Rivera