January 2008 Archives

Imagining Asian America

AAS 1101: Imagining Asian America (PDF)
Prof. Josephine Lee

Asian American History 1850 - Present

AsianAmH 3877 (PDF): Asian American History 1850 - Present; Prof. Erika Lee

Asian American History

AsianAmH 5877 (PDF): Asian American History; Prof. Erika Lee

Chic 1907 (PDF): The Cicana/o Educational Experience in Literature: The Poetics of Resistance, Affirmation, and Assimilation; Assoc. Prof. Louis Mendoza

Chic 3223 (PDF): Chicana/o and Latina/o Representation in Cinema; Assoc. Prof. Louis Mendoza

Language Borderlands

Comm 3404 (PDF): Language Borderlands; Prof. Amy Sheldon

CSCL 5910/CSDS 5910/CLIT 5910 (PDF): Meaning and Identity in Postmodern Culture; Prof. Harvey Sarles

Eng 3960 (PDF): Senior Seminar: Black Women Writers of the U.S.; Prof. Michelle M. Wright

Eng 8510 (PDF): Criticism & Theory: Theorizing the African Diaspora; Prof. Michelle M. Wright

Population in an Interacting World

Geog 3381W/Glos 3701W (PDF): Population in an Interacting World; Prof. Helga Leitner

International Human Rights Law

Glos 3401 (PDF): International Human Rights Law; Prof. Barbara Frey

Human Rights Advocacy

Glos 5900/Law 6058 (PDF): Human Rights Advocacy; Prof. Barbara Frey

Hist 1902 (PDF): A Nation of Immigration or a Gate Keeping Nation? American Immigration in Historical and Contemporary Perspectives; Prof. Erika Lee

Hist 3875 (PDF): Comparative Race & Ethnicity in U.S. History; Prof. Erika Lee

Proseminar: U.S.-Mexico Border

Hist 5863 (PDF): Proseminar: U.S.-Mexico Border; Prof. Jeffrey Pilcher

Hist 5990 (PDF): Studying Migration and Human Mobility across the Disciplines; Prof. Donna Gabaccia

Hist 8990 (PDF): Research Seminar, "Topics in Comparative History," Migration, Movement, Mobility; Prof. Donna Gabaccia

Ethnic Bilingualism in the U.S.

Ling 3707 (PDF): Ethnic Bilingualism in the U.S.; Assoc. Prof. Bruce Downing

Globalization, Migration and Language

Ling 5900 (PDF): Globalization, Migration and Language; Assoc. Prof. Bruce Downing

Immigrant Health Issues

PA 5451/PH 6281 (PDF): Immigrant Health Issues; Prof. Katherine Fennelly

Immigration and Public Policy

PA 5490 (PDF): Immigration and Public Policy; Prof. Katherine Fennelly

Capstone on Social Justice and Immigration

PA 8190 (PDF): Capstone on Social Justice and Immigration; Prof. Katherine Fennelly

American Race Relations

SOC 3211 (PDF): American Race Relations; Prof. Douglas Hartmann

Race Theories

SOC 8211 (PDF): Race Theories; Prof. Douglas Hartmann

AAS 3001/AMST 3001: Contemporary Perspectives on Asian America: Focus on Space, Place, and Movement, Instructor: Kale B. Fajardo

Service Learning in the Asian Community

AAS 3270/ALL 3270: Service Learning in the Asian Community, Instructor: Juavah Lee

Asian America Through Arts and Culture

AAS 3501/ALL 3920/HIST 3960: Asian America Through Arts and Culture, Instructor: Ed Bok Lee

AAS 3920/ALL 3920: Cultures of Korean Adoption: The Adoptee Experience, Instructor: Kim Park Nelson

AFRO 4231/AAS 4231/CHIC 4231: The Color of Public Policy: African Americans, American Indians, and Chicanos in the United States, Instructor: Rose M. Brewer

Indigenous Peoples in Global Perspective

AMIN 1002: Indigenous Peoples in Global Perspective, Instructor: Tlahtoki Aguirre

AMST 1012: Migrants, Refugees, Citizens, and Exiles: The U.S. on an Immigrant Planet, Instructor: Miglena S. Todorova

America's Diverse Cultures

AMST 3113W: America's Diverse Cultures, Instructor: Brenda J. Child

AMST 3114: America in International Perspective: Post-1965 Immigration, Instructor: Jennifer L. Pierce

AMST 3116: Jews and Popular Culture in 20th Century United States, Instructor: Riv-Ellen Prell

AMST 3920/GLOS 3900: Black Paris: The African Diaspora in Paris, France, Instructor: Trica D. Keaton

CHIC 1112: Introduction to Chicana/o Studies: Critical Paradigms, Instructor: Toni Nelson Herrera

CHIC 1275/CHIC 3275: Service Learning in the Chicano/Latino Community, Instructors: Kathleen M. Ganley and Jennifer Lyn Caron

CHIC 3223: Chicana/o and Latina/o Representation in Film, Instructor: Louis G. Mendoza

CHIC 3374/CHIC 5374: Migrant Farmworkers in the U.S.: Families, Work, and Advocacy, Instructor: Lisa Sass Zaragoza

CHIC 3446: Chicana/o History II: WWII, El Movimiento, and the New Millenium, Instructor: Toni Nelson Herrera

CHIC 3452: Xicana/Indigena Studies: History, Culture, and Politics, Instructor: Tlahtoki Aguirre

Introduction to Chicana/o Literature

CHIC 3507W: Introduction to Chicana/o Literature, Instructor: Debra J. Blake

Chicanas(os): Psychological Perspectives

CHIC 3712: Chicanas(os): Psychological Perspectives, Instructor: Eden E. Torres

CHIC 3752: Chicanas and Chicanos in Contemporary Society, Instructor: Richard Martinez

CHIC 3900 (PDF): Latino Immigration: Causes, Policies and Lived Experiences, Instructor: Richard Martinez

CHIC 3900: The Theory and Practice of Latina/o Leadership, Instructor: Michael Duenes

ENGL 1301W: Introduction to Multicultural American Literature, Instructors: Evelyn N. Chien and Paula Rabinowitz

FREN 3350: Topics in Literature: Migration, Emigration and Immigration, Instructor: Hakim Abderrezak

Global and Diverse Families

FSOS 3104: Global and Diverse Families, Instructor: Paul C. Rosenblatt

GEOG 3377/GEOG 5377: Music in the City: Sounds and Bodies in Different Places, Instructor: Arun Saldanha

Population in an Interacting World

GEOG 3381W/GLOS 3701W: Population in an Interacting World, Instructor: Helga Leitner

GLOS 3900: Topics in Global Studies: Transnational Migration: Networks of People & Place, Instructor: Cawo Abdi

Migrations in Modern Global History

HIST 3415: Migrations in Modern Global History, Instructor: Donna Gabaccia

History of Southeast Asia

HIST 3485: History of Southeast Asia, Instructor: Mai Na Lee

Hmong History Across the Globe

HIST 3940/AAS 3920/ALL 3920: Hmong History Across the Globe, Instructor: Mai Na Lee

Asian American History

HIST 5877/AAS 5920 (PDF): Asian American History, Instructor: Erika Lee

Ways of Knowing in the Social Sciences

PSTL 1204: Ways of Knowing in the Social Sciences, Instructor: Dan Detzner

PSTL 1364: Literature of the American Immigrant Experience, Instructor: Patricia A. Eliason

The Immigrant Experience

SCAN 3504: The Immigrant Experience, Instructor: Goran K. Stockenstrom

American Race Relations

SOC 3211W: American Race Relations, Instructor: Enid Lynette Logan

ALL 3361W: Maps, Pictures, and Writing in the Representation of Taiwan, Instructor: Joseph R. Allen

CI 5647: Teaching Middle and Secondary Immigrant and Refugee Students with Limited Formal Schooling, Instructor: Martha Bigelow

ENGL 8090: Seminar in Special Subjects Asian American Cultural Criticism, Instructor: Josephine Lee

Theoretical Geography

GEOG 8230: Theoretical Geography, Instructor: Dr. Arun Saldanha

Feminist Theory and Methods-II

GWSS 8109: Feminist Theory and Methods-II, Instructor: Richa Nagar

Hist 1012W: World History from 1500: The Age of Global Contact (Writing Intensive), Instructor: Jeffrey Pilcher

History of the Holocaust

Hist 3727W/RelS 3521/JwSt 3521: History of the Holocaust, Instructor: Dr. Stephen Feinstein

SLHS 1401/3401: Communication Differences and Disorders: An Introduction, Instructor: Kathryn Kohnert

AMST 8920: Oceanic Space & Movement in Atlantic/Pacitic/Indian Ocean Worlds, Instructor: Kale Bantigue Fajardo

Comparing Global Migrations

Hist 5990: Comparing Global Migrations, Instructor: Donna R. Gabaccia

Immigrants and U.S. Cities

PA 5290: Immigrants and U.S. Cities, Instructor: Ryan Allen

Workshop on Refugee Resettlement

PA 8081: Workshop on Refugee Resettlement , Instructor: Katherine Fennelly

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