May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPI), a celebration of the culture, history and contributions of Asian and Pacific Islander people living in the United States. In celebration, the University of Cincinnati Libraries presents the following resources from our collections. Some resources may be for the UC community only.
- Asian Studies Research Guide – articles, newspapers, maps, political and statistical information, dictionaries, cultural information and more in support of Asian Studies
- [UC ONLY] Open access search via Summon related to Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
- CECH Library’s AAPI book list and a list of books by AAPI authors
- Art available via the UC Art Collection:
- Keyword search for Asian/Pacific Islander resources in the Library Catalog – Highlights include:
- Asian/Pacific Islander American women : a historical anthology / edited by Shirley Hune and Gail M. Nomura. O6 A855 2003 Langsam
- Contemporary Asian American communities : intersections and divergences / edited by Linda Trinh Võ and Rick Bonus. O6 C666 2002 Langsam
- Asian American art, 1850-1970 / Gordon H. Chang, senior editor ; Mark Dean Johnson, principal editor ; Paul J. Karlstrom, consulting editor ; Sharon Spain, managing editor A83 A835 2008 DAAP Library
- Whiter [electronic resource] : Asian American women on skin color and colorism / edited by Nikki Khanna.
For more on Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) has created a list of events, news stories, blog posts, resources and exhibits from ARL member libraries.