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ETHS 315. Topics in Asian Homelands and/or Diaspora Communities

Credits: 3
Department: Ethnic Studies
Description: Historical, economic, sociocultural, and political impacts of various transnational movements on specific Asian nations and their peoples. May be repeated with different nations to max. of 9 credits.
Semester Offered: DEMAND
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Demonstrate knowledge of international affairs and expanded appreciation for alternative worldviews.
2. Evaluate race, ethnicity, class, and gender from a transnational perspective.
3. Examine Asian ethnicity in Asian homelands, most especially with respect to the Asian American communities of the United States.
4. Analyze the historical, economic, sociocultural, and political impacts of colonialism and Westernization in Asia.
5. Demonstrate enhanced knowledge of personal heritage acquired through visits to ancestral homelands for Asian American participants.

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