Holly M. Barker
Examines U.S. Pacific Islander culture as informed by Pacific history, social and cultural organization. Emphasis on understanding contemporary experience in the United States and other diaspora communities. Major themes include post-colonialism, migration, family, religion, politics, gender, education, and transnational identify. Recommended: either ANTH 202 or AES 151. Offered: jointly with ANTH 307; Sp.
THIS CLASS, 307, WILL NOT BE OFFERED SO PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER FOR THIS CLASS. THE UNIVERSITY IS IN THE PROCESS OF CHANGING THIS COURSE TO ANTH 487, ENVIRONMENTAL COLONIALISM: CASE STUDIES FROM THE PACIFIC.
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