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Grace I. Yeh

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Cal Poly State University

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Cal Poly State University

1 Grand Ave Mott Gym

San Luis Obispo, California,93405

United States

Company Description

The department (www.grc.calpoly.edu) was founded in 1946 and is one of the largest and best-known programs of its kind in the United States. It includes concentrations in graphic communication management, web and digital media, design reproduction technology, ...more

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Member, Ethnic Studies Department

Cal Poly News


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VP Presents at Association of Asian American Studies National Conference - AACRE

aacre.org [cached]

Grace Yeh is project director for the Re/Collecting Project at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, which creates digital-only materials representing under- documented yet diverse communities on California's Central Coast.
Yeh will discuss conceptual and practical approaches to developing a community-based digital archive, as well as the collaborations with local organizations, the university, and individual families. Grace Yeh is associate professor of ethnic studies at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. She directs the Re/Collecting Project, a digital ethnic studies memory project of California's Central Coast. She received her Ph.D. in English at UCLA. She is currently working on a project titled Filipino Love Stories in San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara Counties, 1920-1970, which examines the constrained circumstances that marked Filipino American lives through the intimate bonds-of marriage, family, and community-that formed in this region.


calpolynews.calpoly.edu

The exhibit is taken from the Re/Collecting Project, an online archive and ethnic studies memory project featuring families of the Central Coast and directed by Grace Yeh, associate professor of ethnic studies at Cal Poly.


VP Presents at Association of Asian American Studies National Conference - AACRE

aacre.org [cached]

Grace Yeh is project director for the Re/Collecting Project at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, which creates digital-only materials representing under- documented yet diverse communities on California's Central Coast.
Yeh will discuss conceptual and practical approaches to developing a community-based digital archive, as well as the collaborations with local organizations, the university, and individual families. Grace Yeh is associate professor of ethnic studies at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. She directs the Re/Collecting Project, a digital ethnic studies memory project of California's Central Coast. She received her Ph.D. in English at UCLA. She is currently working on a project titled Filipino Love Stories in San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara Counties, 1920-1970, which examines the constrained circumstances that marked Filipino American lives through the intimate bonds-of marriage, family, and community-that formed in this region.


calpolynews.calpoly.edu

Grace Yeh, professor of Ethnic Studies at Cal Poly, will lead the discussion. A discussion with Ethnic Studies professor Grace Yeh, will follow.


calpolynews.calpoly.edu

Objects and stories available in the exhibit were compiled through the Re/Collecting Project, directed by Ethnic Studies Professor Grace Yeh.


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