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Throughout the 1990s, '''Mimi Nguyen''' published the [[zine]]s [[Aim Your Dick]], [[Slant]] (later changed to [[Slander]]) and edited the compilation zine [[Evolution of a Race Riot]] (later shortened to [[Race Riot]]). She contributed to zines such as [[How to Stage a Coup]], [[Hard as Nails]], and [[Sty Zine]], in addition to being a regular columnist for [[Punk Planet]] and "shitworker" for [[Maximumrocknroll]].  
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Throughout the 1990s, '''Mimi Nguyen''' published the [[zine]]s [[Aim Your Dick]], ''Slant'' (later changed to [[Slander]]) and edited the compilation zine [[Evolution of a Race Riot]] (later shortened to [[Race Riot]]). She contributed to zines such as [[How to Stage a Coup]], [[Hard as Nails]], and [[Sty Zine]], in addition to being a regular columnist for [[Punk Planet]] and "shitworker" for [[Maximumrocknroll]].  
  
 
She is currently an assistant professor of gender and women's studies and Asian American studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She co-edited ''Alien Encounters: Pop Culture in Asian America '' (Duke University Press, 2007) and co-writes Threadbared, a research blog on the politics of fashion and beauty.
 
She is currently an assistant professor of gender and women's studies and Asian American studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She co-edited ''Alien Encounters: Pop Culture in Asian America '' (Duke University Press, 2007) and co-writes Threadbared, a research blog on the politics of fashion and beauty.

Revision as of 14:24, 21 February 2011

Throughout the 1990s, Mimi Nguyen published the zines Aim Your Dick, Slant (later changed to Slander) and edited the compilation zine Evolution of a Race Riot (later shortened to Race Riot). She contributed to zines such as How to Stage a Coup, Hard as Nails, and Sty Zine, in addition to being a regular columnist for Punk Planet and "shitworker" for Maximumrocknroll.

She is currently an assistant professor of gender and women's studies and Asian American studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She co-edited Alien Encounters: Pop Culture in Asian America (Duke University Press, 2007) and co-writes Threadbared, a research blog on the politics of fashion and beauty.

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  • Alien Encounters: Pop Culture in Asian America, Duke University Press, 2007

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