Shyam K. Sriram is a doctoral student in political science with a focus on Asian Pacific American politics. He recently relocated from Georgia to California and is still in a state of shock. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Wednesday, April 1 2009
As the Middle Eastern American community has been perceived to be less Christian and more Muslim since 9/11, so too is the assumption that they are unable to assimilate because of religious differences.
Wednesday, April 15 2015
Times Beach is less a collection of poetry as it is an anthology of performance art presented under the guise of poetry.
Tuesday, April 14 2015
The Blind Writer is less about South Asians and the Indian-American experience as it is about Indian-American men and their (in)abilities to navigate life.
Monday, March 23 2015
This is Deepti Kapoor’s time to paint a picture of India that no one has the nerve to do anymore.
Monday, January 26 2015
Based on the detailed notes from the original Roman Inquisition investigation long buried in a Vatican archive, Wolf unravels a tale of religious madness and power trips.
Tuesday, November 11 2014
Ali's book is devoted to unraveling the story of the Muslim prophet, and a serious contribution to the debate over what is real, what is apocryphal, and what is myth.
Sunday, July 20 2014
A splendid collection of tales of Southerners traveling abroad and children of immigrants living in the South and reflecting on their heritage.
Friday, June 28 2013
In the fall of 2004, I was working at WRAS-Atlanta, Album 88, and was on the graveyard shift. I was new to the world of college radio and my mind was being blown every day by bands I had never heard of.