Selected Published Poetry and Creative Writing
“Papa’s Two Left Feet” (short story/memoir) by Emily P. Lawsin.
Publisher: Eastwind Books of Berkeley
“No Moments of Silence” and “Where I Am From (Remix)” (spoken word performance poems) by Emily P. Lawsin.
Edited by Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, Lan Duong, Mariam B. Lam, and Kathy L. Nguyen. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2014.
Edited by Elaine H. Kim. San Francisco: Study Center Press & Asian Women United of California, 2003. 16-17, 44-47, 196-197, 199-200.
“No More Moments of Silence”
spoken word performance poem by Emily P. Lawsin
Edited by Kevin Nadal. Bloomington, IN: Author House Publishing, 2010.
“Holes” poem by Emily P. Lawsin.
Edited by Lolan Buhain Sevilla and Roseli Ilano. Carayan Press, 2010.
“The Dozens–Pinay Style”
Group Poem Initiated by Emily P. Lawsin, with Pinay M.A.F.I.A.
Edited by Marianne Villanueva and Virginia Cerenio. Corvallis, Oregon: Calyx Books, 2003. 33-38.
(poem for Oscar Peñaranda & Kearny Street Workshop)
by Emily P. Lawsin
disOrient journalzine. Volume 9, Los Angeles: Aiserama, 2001.
(click on poem title to read it, click here to listen to it.)
by Emily Porcincula Lawsin.
Flippin’: Filipinos on America. Eds. Luis Francia & Eric Gamalinda. New York: Asian American Writers’ Workshop/Routledge Press, 1996.
poem by Emily P. Lawsin. The Honolulu Advertiser. November 26, 2000. B5.
(Full poem, with mural photos click on http://www.greatleap.org/aloha/alohalawsin.html)
- “Detroit’s Chinatown: Vincent Chin Still Walks These Streets”, by Emily P. Lawsin. (Click on Poem Title to Read it, for the 20th Year Remembrance) The Michigan Citizen. July 2002.
- “Brushin’ Brush Park”, by Emily P. Lawsin. The Michigan Citizen. January 21-27, 2001, B2.
Primary Research & Edited Volumes
Joseph A. Galura and Emily P. Lawsin.
Includes Filipino American History Timeline, “Detroit’s Pinay Voices” (Script Poem), “Shoveling & Heaving: Michigan’s Pinoys & Pinays” (Poem), and Filipino American Experience Course Reading List.
Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan OCSL Press, 2002.
Filipino American National Historical Society Hampton Roads Chapter (Virginia Beach).
Joan May T. Cordova and Emily P. Lawsin, Senior Editors.
San Francisco: T’boli Publishing, 2004.
“Beyond ‘Hanggang Pier Only’: Filipino American War Brides of Seattle, 1945-1965,” by Emily Porcincula Lawsin. Filipino American National Historical Society Journal, 4 (1996): 50-50G. (An earlier version of M.A. Thesis in Asian American Studies, UCLA.)
“Pensionados, Paisanos, and Pinoys: An Analysis of the Filipino Student Bulletin, 1922-1939,” Emily P. Lawsin. Filipino American National Historical Society Journal, 4 (1996): 33-33P.
Tapestry: Filipinos in Michigan, 1900-1950. Joseph A. Galura and Emily P. Lawsin. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan OCSL Press (forthcoming).
Articles in Peer Reviewed Anthologies
“Pin@y Time: Mapping the Filipino American Experience.”
(2 Lesson Plans) by Emily P. Lawsin and Joseph A. Galura.
Teaching About Asian Pacific Americans: Effective Activities, Strategies, and Assignments for Classrooms and Communities. Edited by Edith Wen-Chu Chen & Glenn Omatsu. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2006. 27-40.
“An Oral History Interview of Jessica Hagedorn.”
by Emily Porcincula Lawsin.
Edited by King-Kok Cheung. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2000. 21-39.
“Empowering the Bayanihan Spirit: Teaching Filipina/o American Studies.”
(Pedagogy) by Emily Porcincula Lawsin.
Edited by Lane Ryo Hirabayashi. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1998. 187-197.
Various entries on artists and community sites, by Emily P. Lawsin.
Edited by Brian Niiya. New York: Facts on File, Inc. & the Japanese American National Museum, 1993.
“Brief History of Filipino Americans in Michigan”, by Emily P. Lawsin and Joseph A. Galura. Asian Americans in Michigan: Voices from the Midwest. Edited by Sook Wilkinson and Victor Jew. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2015.
Recorded Oral History Interviews
by Emily Lawsin, 2002.
for Global Feminisms: Comparative Case Studies of Women’s Activism and Scholarship, an international project funded by the Rackham Graduate School, with additional funding provided by the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, the Women’s Studies Program, and the Center for South Asian Studies at the University of Michigan. http://www.umich.edu/~glblfem/en/usa.html (click on link, then scroll down for Video Stream, Transcripts, and DVD order information).