Prerequisite: Completion of the lower division writing requirement. Intensive study of the immigration/incorporation history and experience of a specific Asian Pacific American sub-group. Each course examines the nexus between historical events and contemporary issues facing a particular Asian Pacific American community and their experiences in various sectors of U.S. society: labor, family, politics, education and cultural preservation and community formation.
|AAS 361A||Filipino American Experience|
|AAS 361B||Vietnamese American Experience|
|AAS 361C||Chinese American Experience|
|AAS 361D||Korean American Experience|
|AAS 361E||Japanese American Experience|
|AAS 361F||South Asian American Experience|
|AAS 361G||Muslim American Experience: Race, Arabs and Muslims in Post 9/11 U.S.|
For courses on other groups, please consult with department office.