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ANTH 313. Hmong Culture and Society

Credits: 3
Department: Anthropology
Description: Hmong history and sociocultural issues from a comparative perspectives of the Hmong communities in Asia and the diaspora communities in the Western world, their migration patterns, contemporary issues, and transnational movements.
Semester Offered: DEMAND
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Examine the varieties of multidisciplinary approaches and theories which have been applied in Hmong Studies, as well as of the principal findings that have been generated in consequence.
2. Synthesize the issues faced by the Hmong of America and in the other nations in which they have settled.
3. Demonstrate knowledge of Hmong history, culture, and society.
4. Demonstrate appreciation for the contributions made by the Hmong both in American and other world societies.

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