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Dylan L. Yeats

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Chinatown Documentation Project - F.A.Q.

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Dylan Yeats
Dylan received a BA in History from NYU. Through the Asian/Pacific/American Studies Institute there he has worked on projects documenting histories of the Chinese Diaspora in Newark, New Jersey and Trinidad & Tobago.


Chinatown Documentation Project - F.A.Q.

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Dylan YeatsDylan received a BA in History from NYU.Through the Asian/Pacific/American Studies Institute there he has worked on projects documenting histories of the Chinese Diaspora in Newark, New Jersey and Trinidad & Tobago.He is currently pursuing a MA in History and Archival Management where he will focus on theoretical and practical issues pertinent to Asian American archives and collections while working with NYU's Yoshio Kishi & Irene Yah Ling Sun Collection of Asian Americana.


www.gothamcenter.org

Panelists Daniel Inuoye (Asian-American Center, Queens College), Dylan Yeats (NYU), Renqui Yu (SUNY Purchase), and Christina Zeigler-McPherson (Museum of the City of New York) explpre anti-Japanese pulp novels at the turn of the twentieth century, the anti-German movement during WWI, the origins and work of the Issei radical movement in the 1920s, and Chinese-American labor and social activism during the 1930s.


www.asiapacificforum.org

In a compilation of centuries worth of Asian and Oriental cultural imagery, New York University scholars John Kuo Wei Tchen and Dylan Yeats have gathered a definitive archive of these images and tropes in Yellow Peril!
We speak with Tchen and Yeats about how the Yellow Peril has been defined and reinvented over the centuries, and what the Yellow Peril tells us about the racial and gender divisions we wrestle with everyday, the role of ethnic stereotypes in neoliberal global capitalism, how we can question and push beyond these two-dimensional images to envision a more inclusive society. Dylan Yeats, New York University


Youth Advisory Board 2008-09 | Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)

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Dylan Yeats is a doctoral student at NYU who has worked with MoCA in the past.
He thinks it's healthy to wrestle with our personal and national histories, and that we need to do so together. He finds it quite a thrill to encourage and assist youth in communicating the stories and ideas that matter to them.


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