2012 Fall Term
The course examines the intersection of Asia and United States through peoples who migrated from Asia. It reviews issues of race and ethnicity and provides an overview in Asian cultures so that students can understand Asian American diversity and Asian cultures of orgin. It examines the diverse experiences of the various Asian peoples who have migrated to the U.S., including inter-Asian American relations and intergroup relations between Asian Americans and others in the U.S. The course explores issues of Asian American discrimination, stereotypes, indentity formation, collective action and pan Asian identities, and hybrid or transnational identities.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: GENED 130 AND GENED 120 OR GENED 140, OR SOPHOMORE STANDING
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|Section Details||Meeting Details & Topic||Instructor||Syllabus|
3 Units [DV]
|09/04 - 12/21 (1)||
W Lawrence Neuman
|This section will be taught on the web and you must have an active UWW email account to take this class. Shortly before the course begins, information on how to access the class will be mailed to your UWW email account. Required additional course fee is $150.|