Ethnic Studies
Course Description

ETHS 239
Asian/Pacific American Women Writers
Spring

Reading works by Asian/Pacific American women, we focus on how these writers represent distinctly Asian/Pacific American experiences. We explore past and present social and political issues of particular relevance to APA women, and consider how these issues appear in the texts. Additional topics include the impact of feminist thought, debates regarding feminism versus cultural nationalism, and resistance and compliance to Orientalist depictions of APA women.

Course Credit:
3

Instructor(s):
Staff

Note(s):
Open to graduate students only.

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Research Justice at the Intersections

Meet Ethnic Studies Alumnae

Latina Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month

Black History Month

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SAMEAPI Awareness Now!

Ethnic Studies Events

Ethnic Studies Fund

Women of Color Resource Center

Diversity at Mills

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P: 510.430.2080
F: 510.430.2067
E: ethnic@mills.edu

Last Updated: 7/12/17