Welcome

This guide provides links to resources and services to help with your research for Freshman Seminar 64A_ Asian American Literature taught by Dr. Catherine H. Nguyen.  If you have questions about Library resources and services, we would be delighted to hear from you.

Sarah DeMott
Librarian for the Freshman Seminar
sarah_demott@harvard.edu 

Ramona Crawford
Research Librarian, Head of Academic Partnerships
rcrawford@fas.harvard.edu

Beate Gersch
Research Librarian, Head of Liaison and Orientation Services
beate_gersch@harvard.edu

Final Assignment

Per Course Canvas_ October 19, 2020

Students will produce a final project that takes into account the various themes addressed and discussed across different weeks and units:▪The final project may be a research-oriented paper that seeks to generate a new interpretative framework for thinking about Asian American literature and the Asian American experience; it may also be a literary analysis-oriented paper that considers specific Asian American works closely to consider an issue relevant to Asian American studies.▪The final project may be a creative project with a 5-page research artist statement(subject to prior approval by the instructor).Possible creative options are:comics and graphic novel, creative writing, art work, curating an exhibit (imagined or on an online platform), a protest event, etc.Accompanying the creative work is an artist’s research statement that includes secondary sources and an analytical explanation of your thought process.