Fall 1998 ELECTIVE COURSES

1) WHAT IS CULTURAL STUDIES?

AMST 600: Approaches to American Studies. Mark Helbling
CIS 701: Communication/Information Theories of Society. Andrew Arno
ENG 633D: Intro to Cultural Studies. Beth Tobin
HIST 613: Introduction to Cultural Studies and History. Louise McReynolds
SOC 711: Sociology of Knowledge. Albert Robillard and Deane Neubauer

2) ETHNICITY AND NATIONALISM

ASAN 624: Culture and Colonialism. Miriam Sharma
ENG 735N: Historicizing the Colony: From Early Modern to Post-Modern. David Baker
PACS 690: Change in the Pacific (Bougainville). Terence Wesley-Smith and Eugene Ogan

3) SPACE, MOVEMENT AND IDENTITY

AMST 664: America in Asia. Mari Yoshihara
GEOG 421 (WI): Introduction to Urban Geography. Jon Goss
GEOG/ANTH 632: Field Study of Population. Murray Chapman

4) HISTORY AND MEMORY

ANTH 750B(2): Research Seminar: Seminar in Museology. Bion Griffin
HIST 602: Seminar in Historiography. Stuart Harten

5) IMAGINING ASIA/PACIFIC

AMST 664: America in Asia. Mari Yoshihara
ENG 765: Seminar in Cultural Studies in Asia/Pacific: De-Orientalizing the American Pacific. Rob Wilson
ENG/PACS 480: Literature of the Pacific. Caroline Sinavaiana
THEA 464: Drama and Theatre of South and Southeast Asia. Kirstin Pauka