Course description

Using texts from several genres including short stories and poems, as well as film and other cultural forms, students examine ethnic American experiences. Students explore how human experiences may be mediated by social differences, and how affinities between ethnic groups are rendered visible when we approach works comparatively. A first year seminar, the course integrates these topics with orientation, academic planning and skill development to support student success in the university. (Freshman Standing)

Units: 4

Fall 2018 sections

Section: 1
Number: 42134
Units: 4
Seats: 31/32
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Section: 2
Number: 42135
Units: 4
Seats: 32/32
  • Wednesday, Friday 12 – 1:50 pm
    Library - 1176
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Section: 3
Number: 42597
Units: 4
Seats: 32/32
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Section: 4
Number: 42731
Units: 4
Seats: 32/32
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Section: 5
Number: 42879
Units: 4
Seats: 24/32
  • Wednesday, Friday 12 – 1:50 pm
    Library - 1173
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Section: 6
Number: 42970
Units: 4
Seats: 30/32
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Section: 7
Number: 42971
Units: 4
Seats: 32/32
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Section: 8
Number: 43684
Units: 4
Seats: 24/32
  • Monday, Wednesday 8 – 9:50 am
    Gambord - 224
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