Asian American & Pacific Islander Month Resources

In honor of Asian American & Pacific Islander Month, it is with pride that the University Libraries offers several resources in this area for those who celebrate their meaningful heritage or wish to learn more about each of these influential cultures.

Our expert liaison to Asian Studies is Dr. Xue-Ming Bao, Electronic Resources Librarian and Associate Professor. He has compiled an information-intensive Library Guide related to all aspects of the Asiatic experience to aid students, faculty, and the public at large with information leads within this field of study. The link to this site can be found here = Asian Studies Library Guide

Complimentary and additional resources can be found via the University Libraries Homepage which provides links to our database, book, and other relevant links including the Monsignor William Noé Field Archives & Special Collections and other subject friendly repositories connected to Seton Hall University. Link = University Libraries Homepage

Need help? Book a research appointment here: Research Appointment Site

Resources for AAPI Heritage Month!

Walsh Library is pleased to partner with various departments and committees across campus in support of AAPI Heritage Month! Learn more about AAPI Heritage with the following Library Resources.

Asian Americans PBS Documentary

AAPI Heritage Month Virtual Book Display
We selected fiction and non-fiction books from authors of a wide variety of AAPI backgrounds and experiences, including All Over Creation by Ruth Ozeki, All You Can Ever Know by Nicole Chung, and The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri.

Drs. Xue-Ming Bao and Alan Delozier of the University Libraries compiled the following bibliographies of resources:

We also have AAPI Heritage Guest Lecturer, Dr. Cindy I-fen Cheng’s book available for access as an ebook: Citizens of Asian America: Democracy and Race during the Cold War

Research Help & Resources
Xue-Ming Bao, Asian Studies Librarian – send an email, or schedule a chat!
Asian Studies Research Guide
Race & Racial Studies Research Guide
Anti-Racism Resources

Art & Visual Culture
The Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall has a long history of exhibiting and collecting art by AAPI artists. Take a glance through some of these materials pulled together by Gallery Director Jeanne Brasile.

Take a peak at our Google Arts & Culture online exhibition of Chinese and Japanese ceramics.

Follow Seton Hall University Libraries on social media for AAPI Heritage Month posts, updates and much more! Instagram · Twitter · Facebook

AAPI Heritage Month Events at Seton Hall