The UCSB Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Music in association
with Kapatirang Pilipino, the Department of Asian American Studies and
the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center along with Associated Students
proudly present


REPRESENTATION AND RECOGNITION: PILIPINA/O AMERICANS IN POPULAR CULTURE

a panel on the Black Eyed Peas' BEBOT videos and the recent
controversy about the hypersexuality of Pilipina/o Americans in
representation.

June 1, Friday 3-5pm
McCune Conference Room
Interdisciplinary Humanities Center
6th Floor, HSSB
University of California at Santa Barbara

Featuring Professor Jon Cruz (Sociology), Patricio Ginelsa (Director
of the BEBOT videos), Professor Celine Parrenas Shimizu (Asian
American Studies), Professor Oliver Wang (CSULB Sociology and Popular
Music Critic) and Eva Wong (Ph.D. Candidate, Education and Teaching
Associate, Asian American Studies Popular Culture).

Light Refreshments Served. Free and open to the general public!

For more information, please contact Professor Celine Parrenas Shimizu
at shimizu@asamst.ucsb.edu or Nicole Tanjuakio, KP Cultural Chair at
tanjuakio@hotmail.com.