Soniya Munshi’s Profile

Faculty
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Soniya Munshi
Pronouns
she/her/they
Office Location
Fall 2020, virtual office
Departments
Center for Ethnic Studies, Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice, Other
Academic Programs
Ethnic Studies, A.A., Sociology, A.A.

Courses

ASN 114-140W | Asian American History | Dr. Munshi | Fall 2020

ASN 114-140W | Asian American History | Dr. Munshi | Fall 2020

In this class, we will learn about the history of Asian immigration from 1848 to the present, the social construction and experience of race in the U.S., and the intersection of multi-ethnic Asian American identity with class, gender, sexuality, and ability, immigration status and other social positions. This course will use historical writings, films, television, music, art, fictional pieces and other multi-media work to critically engage narratives of Asian American communities.

GWS 300-050W | Gender & Women’s Studies Capstone | Dr. Munshi | Fall 2020

GWS 300-050W | Gender & Women’s Studies Capstone | Dr. Munshi | Fall 2020

The Gender and Women’s Studies Capstone course will be a culmination and synthesis of students’ work in the GWS program. Over the course of the semester, students will explore a topic in GWS in-depth; they will sharpen their analytical abilities and critical thinking skills while engaging in an independent research and/or experiential learning project. Through course readings and individual and/or group work, students will apply interdisciplinary concepts, theories and methods to real life experiences, resulting in a research paper or project and a presentation to the class. *avatar image credit: Jess X. Snow (jessxsnow.com) (image available at justseeds.org)

ASN 114-1401 | Asian American History | Dr. Munshi | Fall 2020

ASN 114-1401 | Asian American History | Dr. Munshi | Fall 2020

In this class, we will learn about the history of Asian immigration from 1848 to the present, the social construction and experience of race in the U.S., and the intersection of multi-ethnic Asian American identity with class, gender, sexuality, and ability, immigration status and other social positions. This course will use historical writings, films, television, music, art, fictional pieces and other multi-media work to critically engage narratives of Asian American communities.

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