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    PY178 – Japanese Americans During World War II

    World War II presented a unique set of social and identity-based challenges for Japanese Americans. This course will examine the manner in which the events of WWII influenced Japanese American identity and culture. Additionally, this class will take a 3 day trip to the Amache incarceration site.

    Photo from National Archives at College Park
    Photo from National Archives at College Park

    Instructor(s)

    Assistant Professor Jason Weaver email

    Prerequisite: 3 day trip to the Amache incarceration site

    Also listed as: PA250