JPNT177 PO - Japanese/Japanese American Women Writers

When Offered: Last offered fall 2019.
Instructor(s): L. Miyake
Credit: 1

This course will examine the writings by classical/modern Japanese/Japanese American women writers within local/global settings focusing on what they wrote, why they wrote and where they wrote. The course will explore how local/global gender and race politics inform their writings–and their reception–and the ways these formulations (which have crossed back and forth across the Pacific from the earliest Japanese immigration to the U.S. through international exchanges to this day) continue to fashion the writings of these women writers. (Japanese in Translation)
Satisfies the following General Education Requirement(s), subject to conditions explained in the Degree Requirements section of this Catalog:
Area 1; Analyzing Difference; Speaking Intensive; Writing Intensive

This course information is from the 2020-21 Pomona College Catalog. View this catalog.

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