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ANTH 304 01 (13960)  
Transnational Migration and East Asia
Sarah LeBaron von Baeyer
T 1.30-3.20 SA10 118
Fall 2016 
No regular final examination
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Exploration of key anthropological and sociological approaches to transnational migration to/from East Asia in the current era of intensified globalization. Consideration of: migration within, and to East Asia, including labor migration to South Korea and African Pentecostal migration to China; ethnic communities in Japan such as the Koreans and recent migrant arrivals such as the Filipinos, Nepalese, and Brazilians; and current global migrations from/out of East Asia, including Chinese migrants in both South Africa and Brazil and Koreans in the United States.