Course blogs

ACAM 320 (History and Legacies of Japanese Canadian Internment)

Co-taught by Mary Kitagawa and Professor John Price, this course examines the histories, effects and legacies of the Japanese Canadian internment experience in the context of First Nations dispossession, anti-Asian racisms and contemporary struggles for minority and migrant rights.

ACAM 350 (Asian Canadian Community Media)

Asian Canadian Community Media (ACAM 350) is a digital media production course offered by the Asian Canadian Asian Migration Department at UBC. ACAM 350 encourages students to take a critical approach to ethical community engagement, through the examination of topics such as identity, race and representation and community collaboration. Feel free to check out the blog posts below and follow along with my thoughts, reflections and discoveries as this class progresses.