Asian American Studies 132AC - 'Islamophobia and Constructing Otherness'
Instructor: Hatem Bazian Semester: Spring 2015 - Spring 2018
Dr. Hatem Bazian's Asian American Studies 132AC ACES Course, 'Islamophobia and Constructing Otherness, ' was designed to help students understand and combat institutionalized racism, focusing on Islamophobia, its origins and progression, and the principle of "otherness": accepting and recognizing differences in others.
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