ASIAN 6639

ASIAN 6639

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Ever since the creation of the concept of a culturally and geographically stable center in China, people have been intentionally excluded from that center. Disgraced officials are sent to far-flung provinces, loyalists to past regimes hide out across China's borders, and dissidents have their entry visas revoked, making it impossible for them to return home. The experiences of these people, and the poems and stories they write, tell us a great deal about what it means and how it feels to be included and excluded. What is the difference between the way China looks from the inside and the way it looks from the outside? Who has the power to decide who gets to live in China, and how and why do they use it? What is the relationship between our identities and our homes? Texts studied will range from 300 BCE to the present; all will be read and discussed in English.

When Offered Spring.

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  •  7138 ASIAN 6639   SEM 101

    • MW Lincoln Hall 117
    • Jan 23 - May 9, 2023
    • Admussen, N

  • Instruction Mode: In Person