|Course Title||ASIAN AMERICAN EXPERIENCE|
|Full Title||Asian American Experience|
|Description||Experiences of Asian/Pacific Islander Americans to include immigration, colonialism, imperialism, exclusion, citizenship, labor, family, community, gender, popular culture, refugees, multi-racial tensions, globalization, and resistance.|
|Prerequisite||Upper division standing.|
|Statement||Same course as History 422.|
|General Text||Field A. Thematic, Comparative, and Interdisciplinary History.|
Crosslisted with HIST 422. Not open to students concurrently enrolled in or with credit in HIST 422.
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