Women and Gender Studies
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

CHIN 328: Asian American Women Writers

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Credits: 3

Introduction to selected works by female writers of Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Japanese, and Korean descent. Analyzes themes, form, style, language, and structure of a variety of works, mainly novels and short stories. Assesses role and significance of writings as part of ethnic American and women's literature by exploring questions of identity formation and disintegration, and how they are rooted in gender, social status, ethnicity, community, geography, and generational conflict.

Satisfies General Education requirement for literature.

Notes:

Taught in English. Knowledge of Asian languages not required.

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