HMONG AMERICANS: HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES
2020 Summer Term
Asian American Studies 308
This course focuses on the history, culture, and contemporary life of Hmong Americans. In addition to exploring their origins and history in China and Southeast Asia, this course investigates the ways in which race, class, gender, and sexuality have shaped the social, cultural, economic, and political transformations in the Hmong communities since their immigration to America after the Vietnam War.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: SOPHOMORE STANDING OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR
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- Sections may be full or not open for registration. Please use WINS if you wish to register for a course.
|Section Details||Meeting Details & Topic||Instructor||Syllabus|
3 Units [DV, GE]
|07/06 - 07/24 (3W3)||
|This is a web based course using Canvas. A short while before class, information will be sent to each student's UWW email address. Required additional fee of $50 per credit will be assessed for this class.|