The Center for Educational Telecommunications is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study, research and publication of information on Asian Americans in the U.S.
The Journal of Asian American Studies is a compilation of research reports and studies on Asian American studies in the U.S.
The Association for Asian American Studies promotes the education and better understanding of Asian Americans and the subcomponents within their communities.
The Asian American Studies Center at UCLA works to inform the public, nationally and internationally, as a research institute on the study of Asian Americans.
The Center for Indian Studies, SUNY at Stonybrook is dedicated to “multi-directional flow of knowledge and scholarly exchange that enhances local and global communities.”
The Institute for the Study of Asian American Christianity works to educate church leaders and scholars on the Asian American Christian community by providing resources and education programs.
The Asian-American Journalists Association posts Style Guides for journalists covering Asian-American and Pacific Islanders and Asian-American and Pacific Islander issues.
Rita Nakashima Brock is research professor of theology and culture and director of The Soul Repair Center at Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth, Tex. She has written about feminist theology and Asian-American women. Her books include, as co-editor, the 2007 release Off the Menu: Asian and Asian North American Women’s Religion & Theology. She contributed one […]
C.N. Le, a senior lecturer professor of sociology and director of Asian and Asian-American studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, runs the comprehensive Web resource Asian-Nation, which he describes as “a sociological exploration of the historical, political, demographic and cultural issues that make up today’s diverse Asian-American community.” It includes a section on religion and spirituality.