ASAMST 20A week 5 lecture 1-2 - ASAMST 20A: Week 5 Lecture...

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ASAMST 20A: Week 5 Lecture 1/2 19/02/2008 17:06:00 Introduction to AAHAP Historical Documents Collection Online under resource Will spend next two weeks walking through the archival databases online  available for project o Click on “Chinese in California” and it will give you a brief description of  the collection of where it is found, it will take you the Ethnic Studies  Library.  There is an extensive digital collection of resources that can  be found regarding the  Chinese in California, 1859-1925. o The collections have access to archival resources that you can check  out. Identifier  is the number how you can identify the document.  It  tells you the collection information, (contributing institution)  where you can determine the holder of document,  Orientalism Edward W. Said,  Orientalism  (1979) o “The Orient is not only adjacent to Europe…The Orient has helped to  define Europe (or the West) as its contrasting image, idea, personality,  experience” –Edward Said
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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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