An intensive study of the theoretical and methodological issues in Asian and Asian American Studies, examining the intellectual histories and political contexts of 'area' and 'ethnic' studies and their relationship to broader interdisciplinary research and public discourse. Possible topics may include history, memory, and representation; Asian American social activism; global/local interactions; and the politics of national identity and security.

Recent Sections Instructor(s) Syllabus
Fall 2018: S01-SEM Gregory Ruf Download
Fall 2017: S01-SEM Peggy Christoff Syllabus Unavailable


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