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Class schedule for Asian American Studies - Spring 2018
Term Registration Code: 2182
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Class TypeAuto EnrlReg NumSubjCat NumSectCompStatusTitleUnitsInstructorSeats AvailTot EnrlDaysTimeBldg
Room
FeeGE
E 1399 AAST 152 01 LEC Open Intro Asian American Exper 3 Paiva,Marianne C 11 9 T 500PM
750PM
BUTE 307
 This class is also offered as: SOCI 152-01
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Societal Institutions (D2)
  • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 5072 AAST 498 01 LEC Open Special Topics in AAST 3 Lo,Rocky 19 11 MWF 0900AM
0950AM
BUTE 307
 Hmong Cultural Roots & Contemporary Issues: Study Hmong American roots, including: geographic, demographic, sociocultural, economic, political, religious, and historical elements from the countries of origin. Main emphasis will be on the how Hmong roots influence contemporary lives of Hmong Americans, starting with their immigration/migration and settlement/resettlement patterns and continuing on to the present day. Students will explore the complex patterns of Hmong American acculturation and identity, especially with respect to elements of gender, socio-economic class, ethnicity, age, and education.
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