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September 15, 2011 AAS 120 Introduction to Asian American Popular Culture Lecture Outline Topic: From Miscegenation to Polyculturalism FILM: Dollar a Day, Ten Cents a Dance READING: Maram Leisure activity In zones of homosociality Taxi dance halls Consumerism and leisure activities Fictive kin Policing of sexuality, recreation, and the body KEYWORD: Authenticity
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READING: Prashad CONCEPT: Multiculturalism Multiculturalism, prashad argues, tends toward a static view of history, with cultures
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Unformatted text preview: already forged as discrete and coherent units, and with people enjoined to respect and tolerate each cultural world. CONCEPT: Polyculturalism Polyculturalism offers a dynamic view of history, arguing for cultural complexity, and suggesting that our communities of the present are formed through histories of exchange. Bruce Lee in the 1970s READING: Prashad...
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