Digital Extras: Special Issue on Mixed Race

Here you will find the special online digital extras that accompany the Special Issue on Mixed Race. Click here to see a full Table of Contents for the Special Issue on Mixed Race. You can also click here to learn how to participate in our Mixed Race teaching program.

Musing

Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, Kandice Chuh, Patricia Ticineto Clough, Kimiko Hahn, Jennifer Hayashida, Joseph Jonghhyun Jeon, Kyoo Lee, Russell C. Leong & Simon Leung

poem & responses

Ambiguously Brown: Hip Hop and Mixed Race Young People in the Twin Cities

David Mura and Nikko Sencer-Mura

video interview/music

On Mexipino Foodways

Rudy Guevarra

mini-essay & photography

Projects by Afghan-American Writers/Artists

Leila Nadir, Zohra Saed, Tamim Ansary, Mariam Ghani & Ariana Delawari

photography/music/video

“Ordinary Guy” (Afro-Filipino)

Joe Bataan, Tyrone Nagai, Anel Aguilar, and Nelson Nagai

music/video/interview

“Mixed Student Union”

Tyrone Nagai

music/video/interview

“Outside the Box: Creating a Space for Mixed Race Identity”

Tyrone Nagai and Miles Tsue

music/video/interview

 

About the Special Issue on Mixed Race:

AALR’s special issue on mixed race, coming in Fall 2013, is not simply a reexamination of race or a survey of mixed voices, important as both are. We envision our role as that of provocateur–inspiring new conversations and cross-pollinations, pushing into new corners.

All contributions to the issue are collaborative, “mixed” in nature, bringing together folks across racial and ethnic boundaries, across disciplines, genres, regions, and generations. We solicited work from artists and writers, historians and activists, race scholars and filmmakers, teachers and students, among others. The idea is a network of original projects that not only map out multiracialism past and present but also break new ground.

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