Asian American Studies

Asian American Studies

Welcome to the Asian American Studies Department

 Welcome to Fall 2023!!!

To celebrate the opening of the new semester, Asian American Studies (AAS) and the Asian American Studies Pathways Project (AASPP) in collaboration with the USU will be hosting two events happening this week.

Get to know more about the AAS department, AASPP, and other campus resources tabling at the APIDA Cultural Welcome event on Wednesday, September 13th from 4:00PM-5:30PM @ the USU Northridge Center.  There will be snacks, performances, activities, and prizes!

Part 2 of the Welcome Back Event is happening the very next day on Thursday, September 14th.  Join us at the Glenn Omatsu House from 3:00PM-6:00PM for our annual Welcome Back BBQ.  Enjoy some Filipino delicacies while you get to know more about the AAS department, about AASPP (currently the only APIDA serving resource on campus) and about the Glenn Omatsu House.   We will also have other resources tabling, some clubs and orgs, and some performers.  The address for the Glenn Omatsu House is on the flyer.  It is located right behind the B6 parking lot just beyond the chainlink fence on the Northwest side.


 CSUN AAS 2022 Newsletter

Edited by Dr. Tracy Buenavista, the current AAS 2022 Newsletter chronicles so many important moments for Asian American Studies as we are finally back on campus post-pandemic.  Check out the newsletter by clicking on the picture above.

1st AAS Oral History Project: Professor Allan Aquino Interviews Professor Glenn Omatsu

(Click the picture to watch the interview on YouTube)



February 1, 2018

The Querencia Effect - Feb 15, open mic & performance art series

The CSUN AAS Pathways Program proudly presents 'THE QUERENCIA EFFECT'
Spring 2018 session *an open mic and performance arts series*
Thursday, February 15th - 5 p.m. at the Glenn Omatsu House Read more

Statement and Petition on the Revised Executive Order 1100 from the Chairs and Coordinators in AFRS, AIS, AAS, CAS, CHS and GWS

September 1, 2017

The University Library

The Department Chairs and Coordinators of Africana Studies, American Indian Studies, Asian American Studies, Central American Studies, Chicano/a Studies, and Gender and Women’s Studies at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) emphatically reject the revision of the Executive Order 1100 (EO 1100), which was released by the California State University Chancellor’s Office (CO) Wednesday, August 23, 2017. Read more


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