ASAM125 AA - Introduction to Asian American History: 1850-Present

Credit(s): 3

Instructor(s): Flores

Description: This survey course examines the history of Asian immigrant groups and their American-born descendants as they have settled and adjusted to life in the United States since 1850.  We will explore issues such as the experience of immigration, daily life in urban ethnic enclaves, and racist campaigns against Asian immigrants.  In addition, this course utilizes an ethnic studies framework that requires students to critically explore other themes such as class, community, empire, gender, labor, race, sexuality, settler colonialism, and war from the perspective of Asian Americans.

HSA Course Area(s): American Studies; Asian American Studies; History
HSA Writing Intensive: No

This course information is from the 2023-2024 Catalog. View this publication.

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