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ENGLĀ 203: Asian American Literature

Since the 19th century, immigrants from Asia and the Pacific Islands have formed communities whose writing has expressed their shifting role as Asian Americans in the culture and economy of the United States. This course provides a multi-genre overview of Asian-American literary traditions in socio-historical context and pays attention to current concerns such as diasporic displacement, gender, intergenerational conflicts, sexuality, transnationalism, and U.S. militarism. Offered periodically. Counts toward race and ethnic studies major and concentration.
Prerequisite: FYW.

Race and Ethnic Studies

...Literature ENGL 200 Topics in Cross-Cultural Literature ENGL 201 Transatlantic Anglophone Literature ENGL 203...