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ASAMST 20A: Guest Speaker Week 7 06/03/2008 17:12:00 Racialization of Muslim Guest Speaker: Dr. Erin Shin(?) What is “Muslim”? the term is religious to people who accepts Islam o definition of term and relevance of the term in Asian American Studies these immigrants are from countries in Asia the history of the term should be taked to in realation to  colonization after ww1, most of the middle east were under  colonization. Most of the forms and movements  took  nationalistic strategies (i.e. people used nationalistic  movements  to separate countries to get British out for  example India and Pakistan) in Africa and middle east, countries like Jordan  were established in order to drive out colonization Nationalistic movements did not transform the country to  what people wanted, rather socialist movements were  developed as a result.  Then “Pan-Arabism” came into 
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2008 for the course ASIAN STUD 20A taught by Professor Choy during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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