Author Archives: slaphazardly
I study and write about literature by U.S. writers of color, especially Latinos and Filipinos. When I started graduate school, and began to narrow my focus to women of color writers in the U.S., I noticed the resistance to the … Continue reading
I enjoyed this post, and wanted to share it. It makes me want to read Namesake all over again. International Families.
A while ago, I heard a joke: “What are an Asian American’s two best languages?….English and Spanish.” English, because many of us grow up here, in the United States, speaking English. And Spanish, because it is the most commonly offered … Continue reading