Analyzes the relations of the United States to Asia Pacific, especially Vietnam and the Philippines, from social, political-economy, cultural and historical perspectives. Key themes include colonization, conflicts, and resource exploitation in the Asia Pacific. Examines significant ethical concerns drawing from guest speakers, official documents, memoirs, fiction, poetry, films, photography, public and visual arts, and music.
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Fall 2014

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SBS 381: US, Vietnam, Asia-Pacific130TR 2:00 pm - 3:50 pmmore