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The Challenge of the Introductory Course on the Pacific Basin
Unformatted Document Text:  Pacific Basin a required course at SUA taught by 4 professors: Pacific Basin a required course at SUA taught by 4 professors: Prof. MW’s approach to Pacific Basin Prof. MW’s approach to Pacific Basin • Themes & specialization: specialization in global migration & Themes & specialization: specialization in global migration & minority rights in Japan; minority rights in Japan; • Part 1: Imperialism & Evolution of Modern World Order Part 1: Imperialism & Evolution of Modern World Order – Interaction of colonizer & colonized Interaction of colonizer & colonized – Roles of traders & missionaries in Pacific Roles of traders & missionaries in Pacific • Part 2: Asian Migrations across Pacific Part 2: Asian Migrations across Pacific – Asian American experience Asian American experience – WWII & rebuilding afterwards WWII & rebuilding afterwards • Part 3: Globalization Part 3: Globalization – Global economics Global economics – Civil society in comparative perspective Civil society in comparative perspective • Themes include colonial relations, race science, & migration. Does Themes include colonial relations, race science, & migration. Does not use not use Pacific Century Pacific Century textbook or video series; Extensive use of textbook or video series; Extensive use of films & documentaries; greater emphasis on transnational films & documentaries; greater emphasis on transnational processes of migration, trade; greater emphasis on mutual processes of migration, trade; greater emphasis on mutual representations and how cultural differences are translated into a representations and how cultural differences are translated into a science of race science of race

Authors: Christoffersen, Gaye.
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Pacific Basin a required course at SUA taught by 4 professors:
Pacific Basin a required course at SUA taught by 4 professors:
Prof. MW’s approach to Pacific Basin
Prof. MW’s approach to Pacific Basin
Themes & specialization: specialization in global migration &
Themes & specialization: specialization in global migration &
minority rights in Japan;
minority rights in Japan;
Part 1: Imperialism & Evolution of Modern World Order
Part 1: Imperialism & Evolution of Modern World Order
Interaction of colonizer & colonized
Interaction of colonizer & colonized
Roles of traders & missionaries in Pacific
Roles of traders & missionaries in Pacific
Part 2: Asian Migrations across Pacific
Part 2: Asian Migrations across Pacific
Asian American experience
Asian American experience
WWII & rebuilding afterwards
WWII & rebuilding afterwards
Part 3: Globalization
Part 3: Globalization
Global economics
Global economics
Civil society in comparative perspective
Civil society in comparative perspective
Themes include colonial relations, race science, & migration. Does
Themes include colonial relations, race science, & migration. Does
not use
not use
Pacific Century
Pacific Century
textbook or video series; Extensive use of
textbook or video series; Extensive use of
films & documentaries; greater emphasis on transnational
films & documentaries; greater emphasis on transnational
processes of migration, trade; greater emphasis on mutual
processes of migration, trade; greater emphasis on mutual
representations and how cultural differences are translated into a
representations and how cultural differences are translated into a
science of race
science of race


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