FALL 2000 ELECTIVE COURSES

1) WHAT IS CULTURAL STUDIES?

HIST 613: Introduction to Cultural Studies, Louise McReynolds

2) ETHNICITY, GENDER, AND NATIONALISM

AMST 612: Women in American Culture, Mari Yoshihara

ASAN 620: Gender in the Arts of Asia and the Pacific, Ric

Trimillos (CANCELLED)

ASAN 627: Ethnic Nationalism in Asia: Theory and Practices, Dru Gladney

ENG 766: Issues in Cultural Studies: Feminisms and Nationalisms, Laura Lyons

WS 360/ES 365 (WI): Pacific/Asian Women in Hawai’i, Mire Koikari

3) LITERATURE, CULTURAL IDENTITY, AND THE POLITICS OF REPRESENTATION

ANTH 421: Anthropology and the Mass Media, Andrew Arno

ENG 471 (WI): Studies in Postcolonial Literature, Paul Millar

ENG 675U: Literary Genres and Problems: Biography, Craig Howes

ENG 735N: Colonial and Postcolonial: The Literature of Aotearoa/New Zealand, Paul Millar

ENG 737: Problems in Literary Criticism: Defenses of Poetry:Aesthetics, Ideology, Society, John Zuern

ENG 780Q: Asian American Literature & Theory: Culture & Self-Representations, Ruth Hsu

PACS 693: Cultural Identities: America and the Pacific, Vilsoni Hereniko

SPAN 695: Post Colonial Theory and Our Americas: Hybridity, Mestizaje, & Transculturation, Quetzil Castażeda

4) IMAGINING ASIA-PACIFIC

ASAN 624: Culture and Colonialism: Towards a Decolonization of the Terrain of Area Studies, Mimi Sharma

ENG 780Q: Asian American Literature & Theory: Culture & Self-Representations, Ruth Hsu

HWST 490: Law and Hawaiian Society, Jon Kamakawiwo’ole Osorio

HIST 611G: Seminar in European History: Intellectual (Orientalism), Stuart Harten (CANCELLED)

PACS 693: Cultural Identities: America and the Pacific, Vilsoni Hereniko

WS 360/ES 365 (WI): Pacific/Asian Women in Hawai’i, Mire Koikari

PLEASE NOTE: Some courses are listed twice, under two different categories.