Race and Asian American Literature
also offered as: ASAM 2200
This course will consider ways of understanding race and ethnicity in the context of Asian America. Our discussions will explore theories and histories of racial formation, with a special emphasis on interethnic and interracial interactions, and we will read these frameworks alongside a range of innovative narratives. We will pay particular attention to recent literary works that complicate received categories of racial identity.
This course entails lively participation, an in-class presentation, and a final research paper.
English Major Requirements
English Concentration Attributes
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Post date: September 20, 2022 - 9:15am
Updated date: October 25, 2022 - 10:09pm