Outside and In-Between: Theorizing Asian-Canadian Exclusion and the Challenges of Identity Formation (Studies in Critical Social Sciences) (Paperback)

Outside and In-Between: Theorizing Asian-Canadian Exclusion and the Challenges of Identity Formation (Studies in Critical Social Sciences) By Rose Ann Torres (Editor), Kailan Leung (Editor), Vania Soepriatna (Editor) Cover Image
By Rose Ann Torres (Editor), Kailan Leung (Editor), Vania Soepriatna (Editor)
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Description


This collection looks to move beyond the myth of the model minority by theorizing the Asian-Canadian experience.

About the Author


Dr. Rose Ann Torres is an Assistant Professor of Sociology in the Department of Social Science at the University of New Brunswick Saint John. She has published books and many articles on Asian, African, Indigenous, and Women and Gender studies.Kailan Leung is an international educator, currently teaching and coordinating service learning initiatives at a K-12 school in Vancouver, BC. He holds a MEd degree from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, as well as a BA in English Literature from McGill University. His interests include cross-cultural identity formation, Third Culture Kids, and international education.Vania Soepriatna is an Indonesian international student in Canada. She is currently pursuing an Education Doctorate in Social Justice Education and Comparative, International, and Developmental Education at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Her research so far has focused on diasporic identities within the international student body in higher education institutions.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781642597936
ISBN-10: 1642597937
Publisher: Haymarket Books
Publication Date: September 6th, 2022
Pages: 268
Language: English
Series: Studies in Critical Social Sciences