SPRING 2001 ELECTIVE COURSES

1) WHAT IS CULTURAL STUDIES?

ENG 633E: Introduction to Cultural Studies, Cynthia Ward

SOC 715: Cultural Analysis, Guobin Yang

2) ETHNICITY, GENDER, AND NATIONALISM

HIST 611E: Topics in the History of Modern European Imperialism and Colonialism, Peter Hoffenberg

POLS 605B: Methods and Nations, Michael Shapiro

POLS 615C/WS 615: Feminist Theory, Kathy Ferguson

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

WS 463/AMST 438 (WI): Asian Women, Mire Koikari

3) MEDIA, IDENTITY AND THE POLITICS OF REPRESENTATION

ART 690: Art Theory and Criticism: Walter Benjamin: Culture, Politics, Redemption, Andrea Feeser

ANTH 417: Political Anthropology, Andrew Arno

TECS 640M: Seminar in Teaching: Media Education, Joseph Tobin

4) ADVENTURES IN TRAVEL

ANTH 610: The Anthropology of Tourism, Geoff White

EL 680B (1): The Modern Novel: Travel and the Other, Quetzil Castaneda

ENG 421(1): The Tropics in British Arts and Letters, 1688-1835, Beth Tobin

5) CHALLENGING BOUNDARIES

AMST 690: Globalization and Transnationalism, Mari Yoshihara

AMST 690 (2): The Black Atlantic, Mark Helbling

GEOG 757: Colonialism, Nature, and Indigenous People, Brian Murton

GEOG 766: Seminar on Society and Space, Jon Goss

POLS 730: Seminar on Indigenous Politics, Nevzat Soguk

POLS 770: Seminar in Globalization, Deane Neubauer

6) IMAGINING ASIA-PACIFIC

AMST/ASAN 465 (WI): American Experience in Asia, Mari Yoshihara

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