PASI 303

Migration, Diaspora and Identity in the Pacific

How does culture change when people move? Where is 'home', and when, why, and how do we express a sense of connection to it—or do we? This seminar-based and research-oriented course examines the importance of migration and diaspora in processes of cultural change and identity formation in Pacific communities. 100% internal assessment.

Taught by the School of Va'aomanu Pasifika, part of the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences

20 points

Prerequisites
PASI 201 or 202 or 40 pts from ANTH, ARTH, ENGL, GEOG, HIST, INTP, KURA, MAOR, MDIA, MUSC, POLS, SAMO, SOSC 100-299;
Corequisites
None
Restrictions
PASI 302 2008-11

Tuition fees

Domestic
$850.60
International
$3796.00

Set Text

Student notes; for availability and price see vicbooks, Student Union Building, Kelburn Campus.

CRN 23066

Coordinator: April Henderson.

Trimester 2

Teaching dates 13th July 2015 - 23rd August 2015

  1. Tuesday
    13:10 - 15:00
    New Kirk KK106
  2. Friday
    13:10 - 15:00
    New Kirk KK106

Teaching dates 7th September 2015 - 18th October 2015

  1. Tuesday
    13:10 - 15:00
    New Kirk KK106
  2. Friday
    13:10 - 15:00
    New Kirk KK106

Course Outline Information

For FHSS and NZSM course outlines (current and previous years), please refer to the Course Outlines page on the FHSS website.