Week 11 - 14:22:00 Week11,Nov2nd Theme: I. A.WhereisAsia...

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02/11/2010 14:22:00 AAS 100 Lecture Outline Week 11, Nov 2 nd Theme:  Representation and Popular Culture I. How is Asian America Imagined? A. Where is Asia?   1. East Asian (Japanese, Chinese, Korean)   2. South East Asia (Filipino, Viet, Indonesian)   3. South Asian (Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi)   4. West Asia (Arab) B. How do we imagine? Memory History Fiction? Reality Current Events Intertextuality and referentiality: combination of fact and fiction II. Representation
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“They cannot represent themselves, they must be represented” o Subject formation through representation Can Popular Culture tell us who we are? Dialogic relationship between images and reality o Representation and hierarchy (creation of subaltern subjects) Issue of imagining and creating subjects/individuals/communities
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Week 11 - 14:22:00 Week11,Nov2nd Theme: I. A.WhereisAsia...

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