South and Southeast Asian Literature [Sonora Jha & Peter Bacho]

Time: - - - PT
Capacity: seat
Member Price: $27.00
General Price: $30.00

Explore the connections between South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Northwest literature. Local authors Sonora Jha and Peter Bacho will you lead you on this boundarycrossing literary tour. For writers, what effective methods can we learn from works that deftly tackle subjects like immigration, identity, and globalization? For readers, this class will introduce you to recent literature from these important world regions. Teachers will learn how to incorporate South and Southeast Asian literary materials into classroom curricula. All who appreciate diverse storytelling and global literature are welcome.

This class is presented in partnership with, and subsidized by, the University of Washington’s Center for Global Studies, South Asia Center, and Southeast Asia Center.

Readings to complete prior to class: America is in the Heart & Home Fire

Most classes are offered at a general and member tuition rates based on instruction hours, with Hugo House members receiving a 10% discount on classes fewer than six sessions.

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