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Bulls in a China Shop: The Asian-American Struggle for Place is a digital curation of political art and texts that seeks to illustrate the evolution of Asian-American identity and the Asian enclaves that would eventually become known as “Chinatowns”. In exploring the duality of Asian-American representation as one that is desired yet feared, championed yet continuously othered, this project invites a conversation on belonging and the fragility of Americanness.

This project was made possible thanks to the Five College Digital Humanities Undergraduate Fellowship. For more information on the fellowship, please refer to the Five College Digital Humanities program and for more information on my project, please refer to my 5CollDH Symposium presentation.