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Dedicated to Educating

At the heart of every initiative set forth by the AAAS is a passion to educate, to create knowledge, to shed light on people and issues desperately in need of greater exposure, and to expand and to enrich societal awareness of the numerous aspects of what it means to be Asian American and/or Pacific Islander, historically and presently.

Who Should Join

We are researchers, teachers, students, higher education staff members and administrators. We are activists, artists, writers, journalists, archivists and librarians, policy makers, and community organizers. We work in the private and public sectors.


Scholars and Educators


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How to Join AAAS

The Association for Asian American Studies contracts with Johns Hopkins University Press (JHUP) for publishing and membership management services. You will need to sign up through the JHUP website to join and secure your Journal. Refer to the JHUP Privacy Policy for details on use and protection of your account data.

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