One of the best ways to track cultural contributions is through literature and film.
AMST 375 – Studies in Asian American Culture explores the role of cultural expression and artistic representation in Asian American culture as it attempts to establish a sense of belonging and cultural presence in the U.S. The course begins with historical information on patterns of immigration for various Asian immigrant groups, but the main focus will be to explore the cultural contributions of Asians in the U.S. through literature and film.
AMST 375 is 6-week course offered in Summer Session II. It can fulfill the Arts and Humanities or Culture GEP, and is part of the Culture & Social Justice course offerings.