Asian Voices | Rowman & Littlefield
Asian Voices
Introducing compelling and rarely heard voices, this sub-series centers on biography, autobiography, memoir, and reportage by and about Asian and Pacific peoples. Readers find contemporary women and men, ethnic minorities, farmers and fisherfolk, workers, migrants, the new rich and the dispossessed, writers, artists, intellectuals, politicians and prophets, iconoclasts, and activists. These are individuals who are shaping and/or resisting the outcomes of intense social change--local, regional, and global. The humanity and diversity of these distinctive voices and experiences will appeal to students and scholars with interests ranging from area studies to gender, the environment, human rights, and social movements.

Editor(s): Mark Selden