LiteratureLIT160I Race, Militarism, and Empire in Asia and the Pacific

Theoretical and historical inquiry into the relationship between race, militarism, and empire; a comparative examination of the Japanese and U.S. empires in the Asia-Pacific region; and a consideration of how liberal ideologies around race were wielded as a tool of imperial governance. Critical approach designations: Geographies, Power and Subjectivities. Distribution requirement: Global.

Credits

5

General Education Code

ER

Instructor

Christine Hong