ASAM 40: The Chinese American Community
This course will cover the context of immigration and resettlement of Chinese Americans from the first wave until present day. From the lure of the gold mountain to the formation of ethnic enclaves, the Chinese American community has evolved with each immigration period and has faced various ranges of inclusion and exclusion. This course will cover early immigration (1800’s-1924), community (re)formation, war relations, and the communities that formed post 1965. To understand Chinese in America we must also examine gender, class, and racial formation in the context of both the immediate and greater communities.
Important dates: Please be aware of the important dates to drop and add courses listed.
Meeting dates and times: This course is being offered online only. We will not be meeting face to face at any time throughout the semester. We will NOT meet face to face at any time throughout the semester. All course exams will be proctored through our Learning Management System, Canvas.
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Jen Giang Icasiano
Asian American Studies LB4
50 Phelan Ave
San Francisco, CA 94112
Best mode of contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Response time 24-48 hours.
Office Hours via Canvas Zoom.