The committee on the status of Asian Pacific Americans in the profession develops and promotes activities concerning the professional development of Asian-Pacific Americans within the political science discipline.
Term expiring September 4, 2017:
- Naomi Murakawa, Princeton University
- Rebecca Deen, University of Texas, Arlington, Chair
Term expiring August 31, 2018:
- Okiyoshi (Oki) Takeda, Aoyama Gakuin University
- Julie Merseth, Northwestern University
Term expiring August 31, 2019:
- Carrie Liu Currier, Texas Christian University
Previous Roundtables or Panels at APSA Annual Meeting:
- 2016 Panel: In Memory of Don Nakanishi: Asian American Voting and Empowerment
- 2015 Roundtable: Diversity and Asian-American Community Involvement: Past, Present, and Future
- 2014 Panel: Asian American Civic Engagement in 2014 and Beyond
- 2013 Review of introductory American Government/Politics textbook (completed and will be posted during the fall of 2014)
- 2012 Roundtable: Asian Americans in U.S. Electoral Politics/The Pew Report
- 2011 Roundtable: Asian American Identity and Politics
- 2009 Panel 1 Roundtable on the 2008 National Asian Pacific American in the Profession
- Okiyoshi Takeda (2016) A Model Minority? The Misrepresentatoin and Underrepresentation of Asian Pacific Americans in Introductory American Government Textbooks. Journal of Political Science Education, 12: 4, 387-402, DOI:10.1080/15512169.2016.1142449.
- Okiyoshi Takeda (2015) A Forgotten Minority? A Content Analysis of Asian Pacific Americans in Introductory American Government Textbooks, by Okiyoshi Takeda, Aoyama Gakuin University. PS: Political Science and Politics, July 2015.
- "Symposium: Asian American Americans and the New Minority Politics" PS: Political Science and Politics, September 2001.
- “Small Spaces for Different Faces: Political Science Scholarship on Asian Pacific Americans” by Andrew L. Aoki, Okiyoshi Takeda, PS: Political Science and Politics, September 2004.
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