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HIST 603A - Tourism, Imperialism, and Culture

(3 units)
Explores the interrelated themes of tourism, imperialism, and culture in Hawai’i. Considers how cultural representations fostered a tourism industry and how tourism  encouraged and facilitated  US imperial power in the islands.

Maximum units a student may earn: 3

Grading Basis: Graded
Units of Lecture: 3
Offered: Every Fall - Odd Years

Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. articulate and evaluate connections between touristic attractions in sovereign, territorial, and statehood Hawai’i with American and other international contexts.
2. articulate an awareness of how race, gender, sexual identity, and national origin shape tourism and imperialism.
3. analyze the development of US imperialism and its relationship to the customs, worldviews, and history in Hawai’i.
4. demonstrate mastery of the analysis and interpretation of primary sources in different forms, including documents, film, popular media, photographs, and autobiography.
5. demonstrate mastery of the analysis and interpretation of primary sources in different forms, including documents, film, popular media, photographs, and autobiography.
6. formulate interpretations and arguments, support them with evidence, and present them clearly and persuasively in both written and oral expression.
7. construct, analyze, and interpret historiographies of culture and imperialism in written and oral forms.


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