Term in Asia
Fall and Interim 2007/08
Study in: Japan/China/Thailand /Vietnam
Field Supervisor's Course: Food, Farming and Families in East and Southeast Asia
An interdisciplinary exploration of the production, preparation and consumption of food in Japan, China, Thailand and Vietnam. Emphasis on traditional and contemporary practices, including issues of impact on families - from who's raising the food and how, to what is being eaten and where, with whom. Readings, lectures from local experts, and ethnographic techniques including participant observation will provide insight; students will present findings orally and in written form. Counts toward major and concentration: Asian Studies. GE: Oral Communication (ORC)
Environmental Issues in China
Counts toward major: Asian Studies. Counts toward concentration: Asian Studies, Environmental Studies .
Counts toward major and concentration: Asian Studies, Sociology/Anthropol-ogy. GE: HBS.
Counts as an elective.
Modern Vietnam History
Counts toward major: Asian Studies, History. Counts toward concentration: Asian Studies. GE: MCS-G.
For more information, contact:Kris MacPherson Rolvaag Library Rm 304 email@example.com (Field Supervisor)
Bob Bruce firstname.lastname@example.org (Assistant Field Superviser)
Robert Entenmann email@example.com (Program Advisor)
Bruce Nordstrom-Loeb firstname.lastname@example.org (Former Field Supervisor)
Helen Stellmaker email@example.com (International Studies Office Advisor)