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2019 FallHCOM 369 Section 01, 3 units

Asian American History

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0
Total enrolled
35
Maximum enrollment
35

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43297

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A survey of the major events, people, places and themes that have shaped Asian migration, racialization and resistance in the U.S. from the 1800s to the present. Provides both macro and micro vantage points, both national and transnational, revealing how changes in the world economy, legislation and racial attitudes reveal the interconnectedness between different Asian groups, between Asians and other groups and possibilities for conflict, resistance and agency in different historical contexts.(Prereq: GE Areas A1 and A2 and A3 and B4 with a C- or better)

University requirements

  • Upper Division Area D ~ Social Sciences
  • Ethnic Studies

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