Interethnic Intimacies: Production and Consumption

LIT 515S

Critical examination of cultural dynamics, political economies, and ethical implications of interethnic intimacies or "intercourse" as represented from and about Asia. Examines shifts within and beyond "Asia", asking why cultural representations matter in ways societies construct, produce, and consume objects of desire and repulsion. Texts from literature and visual culture read along with theories of critical race studies, gender and sexuality, postcolonialism, globalization, visual culture, and other representative technologies of the Self/Other. May be taught simultaneously with AMES 415S with additional requirements. Students who have taken the first-year seminar are not eligible. Instructor: Kwon
Curriculum Codes
  • CCI
  • EI
  • ALP
  • CZ
Cross-Listed As
  • AMES 515S
  • GSF 505S
  • ICS 515S
  • VMS 515S
Typically Offered
Occasionally