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ETH 220.03 Asians in America Dr. Russell Jeung TTH 11-12:15, BH 252 F 10 ETHS 220: Asians in America Office: EP 420 Office Hours : TTH 1-2 PM or by appt. E-mail: [email protected] Phone: (415) 338-7586 Course Description This course explores factors that define minority groups and their positions in American society using Asian Americans as a case study. It employs perspectives and methodologies of the interdisciplinary approaches of Asian American and Ethnic Studies. A major aspect of this course is organizing a health fair for emerging Asian American communities. Student Learning Outcomes 1. The core objective of this course is introduce students to the range and diversity of contemporary Asian American groups in terms immigration experience, cultural and ethnic identity, community formation, and current issues. 2. Along with an interdisciplinary approach to recent social scientific research in Asian American Studies and other academic disciplines, students have an opportunity to draw from the news media, firsthand accounts, and interviews to analyze the Asian American experience and issues.
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