Friday, February 19, 2021

Penn Law Salsa Conference: South Asian Civil Rights


Participant(s): Penn Law Salsa, Samip Mallick
This year, we intend to build on conversations from the previous year and keep with the historic moment that we are in. Thus, we are thrilled for the conference to center South Asians and civil rights—how our community has impacted civil rights movements, how civil rights movements have impacted us, and importantly, solidarity between marginalized communities in the fight for equality.

Sunday, January 31, 2021 @ 3:00pm EST

Stories from the South: Archiving Your Family History


Participant(s): Ayshea Khan, Samip Mallick
Your family history is important but sometimes the process of preserving your family’s stories can be daunting. Join a workshop centered on practical tips on how to start your own personal archive. Whether you are interested in learning how to preserve family photographs, letters, newspapers, audiovisual recordings, mementos, or simply don’t know where to even begin, preserving your family memories is an invaluable resource for future generations to come. RSVP via Eventbrite to reserve your spot. Panelists include: Ayshea Khan, Samip Mallick, Dr. Sam Vong, Alan Garcia, Tiffany Diane Tso

Wednesday, May 27, 2020 @ 6:30PM CT

Virtual Town Hall: A Community Conversation on the PBS Documentary "Asian Americans"


Participant(s): Samip Mallick
Join us for a virtual townhall on the recently released PBS documentary "Asian Americans." Panel will include: SAADA's ED, Samip Mallick; Prof. of History and Asian American Studies at the University of Texas, Dr. Madeline Hsu; Candidate for Congress, Sri Preston Kulkarni; The Rouser, Ashley Cheng Brought to you by the Austin Asian Complete Count Committee

Thursday, September 19, 2019 @ 3:05PM

The Missing Stories: Why Our History Matters Now More Than Ever


Location: National Education Association, Chanin Auditorium, 201 16th Street Northwest, Washington, DC
Participant(s): Samip Mallick
The 2019 I Am Impact Summit presents an immersive multimedia presentation showcasing rare and unique archival materials to illuminate the important history of South Asians in the United States. This presentation explores the linkages between past and present, from landmark moments such as the 1923 U.S. Supreme Court decision that barred South Asians from becoming American citizens to the 1956 election of the first South American to the U.S. Congress, Representative Dalip Singh Saund. The unfolding of history and its missing stories.

Thursday, August 24, 2017

South Asian Canadian Digital Archive (SACDA): Knowledge Mobilization Workshop


Location: University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford, BCCanada
Participant(s): Samip Mallick

Saturday, October 28, 2017 @ 9am PT

Between Indigenous and Immigrant: A Workshop on South Asian Migration in Global History


Location: University of Victoria, Victoria, BCCanada
Participant(s): Samip Mallick

Wednesday, November 30, 2016 @ 6pm ET

Panel Discussion at Georgetown University


Location: Georgetown University, Washington, DC
Participant(s): Samip Mallick

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 @ 5:30pm ET

Presentation at Rutgers - Newark


Location: John Cotton Dana Library, 4th Floor, Rutgers - Newark, 185 University Avenue, Newark, NJ
Participant(s): Samip Mallick

Wednesday, February 24, 2016 @ 4:30pm

Constructing Minorities: South Asian Americans and the Digital Diaspora


Location: Connecticut College, New London, CT
Participant(s): Samip Mallick

Tuesday, March 31, 2015 @ 4pm ET

Digital Archives and Public History: Documenting and Exhibiting South Asian American Stories


Location: Harvard University, CGIS South Building, Room S030, 1737 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA
Participant(s): Samip Mallick, Pawan Dhingra, Vivek Bald