Judy Yung

Country :États-Unis
Language :anglais
Note :
Maître de conférence en études américaines, University of California, Santa Cruz (en 1995)
Variant of the name :Judith Yung
ISNI :ISNI 0000 0000 8094 2524

Occupations

Éditeur scientifique2 documents

  • Chinese American voices

    from the gold rush to the present

    Material description : 1 vol. (XX-462 p.)
    Note : Note : Bibliogr. p. 447-458
    Edition : Berkeley (Calif.) : University of California Press , cop. 2006
    Éditeur scientifique : Gordon H. Chang, Him Mark Lai (1925-2009)

    [catalogue][http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb40227907t]
  • Island

    poetry and history of Chinese immigrants on Angel Island, 1910-1940

    2nd ed.
    Material description : 1 vol. (XIV-368 p.)
    Note : Note : Cover title also in Chinese : Ai lun shi ji
    Island was self-published in 1980 with partial funding from the Zellerbach Family Fund and the Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation, as well as the assistance of the San Francisco Study Center and Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco under the publisher's name--HOC DOI, which stands for "History of Chinese Detained on Island." It went into a second printing in 1983 and was republished by the University of Washington Press in 1991
    In this revised edition sixty-nine poems in the main text have been combined with the sixty-six poems in the appendix into one section. Chinese poems that had been found on the walls of the immigration stations at Ellis Island in New York and at Victoria Island in Canada are also included. Charles Egan, David Chuenyan Lai, Marlon K. Hom, and Ellen Yeung helped with the new translations and corrected any errors in the poems based on "Poetry and Inscriptions," the research team's report. The historical introduction is rewritten to include the new research that has been done since Island was first published, excerpts of oral histories are replaced with twenty full profiles and stories drawn from our oral history collection and the immigration files at NARA-SF (National Archives at San Francisco). Unlike the first edition of Island, this revised edition uses the real names of our interviewees and includes photographs of them. Volunteers pored over twenty-seven rolls of microfilm that had been scanned by Ancestry.com in an effort to determine the actual detention time, exclusions, and appeals for Chinese applicants at Angel Island (see tables 1 and 2 in the appendix). The bibliography is updated, a map showing the emigrant districts in Guangdong has been added, as well as a glossary of Chinese names and terms mentioned in the book
    Includes bibliographical references (pages 349-360) and index
    Edition : Seattle : University of Washington Press , [2014]
    Éditeur scientifique : Him Mark Lai (1925-2009), Genny Lim

    [catalogue][http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb443396976]

Auteur du texte1 document

  • Angel Island

    immigrant gateway to America

    Material description : 1 vol. (XXV-394 p.)
    Note : Note : Bibliogr. p. 373-388
    Edition : Oxford : Oxford university press , 2010
    Auteur du texte : Erika Lee

    [catalogue][http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb422779221]

Pages in data.bnf.fr

Related authors

This page in data.bnf.fr lab

  • This experimenting space presents innovating visualizations of data.bnf.fr data: diagrams, timelines, maps. This data is available and freely usable (Open license), in RDF or JSON.

Sources and references

Sources

  • Unbound feet : a social history of Chinese women in San Francisco / Judy Yung, 1995
  • LCNA (en ligne - Internet), 1998-06-04

Variant of the name

  • Judith Yung

Closely matched pages