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PSYC 3354 Culture,Identity and Asian-American Experience (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This seminar explores self and identity as products of shared culture and history as well as individual life experience and development. It focuses specifically on the complexities of ethnic and racial identity among Asian Americans drawing on contributions from psychology, nineteenth and twentieth century Asian American history, and Asian American literary works. Students are also introduced to current social issues that are especially relevant to Asian-American communities.


Instructor(s): Ramsey Liem

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with: UNAS3354

Comments: PS35401/UN35401 satisfy Cultural Diversity Core Requirement.
Required for the Asian-American Studies concentration.


Last Updated: 05-Mar-14