THE ICEG 463: DRAMA
THE SOCIETY, POLITICS, AND ECONOMICS IN CONTEMPORARY SOUTHEAST ASIA
FLIPPED LEARNING HUB***
Welcome to the ICEG 463: Drama and the Contemporary Southeast Asia Flipped Learning Hub. This section brings you basic information about the English Studies Program's Comparative Literature: Drama and the Intercultural Studies and Languages Program's Society, Politics, and Economics in Contemporary Southeast Asia.
ICEG 463 Course Objectives
Upon completion of ICEG 463 Comparative Literature: Drama, students will have an understanding of and gained valuable experience in the rigors and expectations of the interrelatedness of the creative arts and the discipline of theatrical scholarship.
*** Learning materials for ICCU 201 can be found at the bottom half of this section.
Major Works Discussed in Class
"Romeo & Juliet" - William Shakespeare
"The Importance of Being Earnest" - Oscar Wilde
"Miss Saigon" - Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil
Upon completion of ICCU 201 Society, Politics, and Economics in Contemporary Southeast Asia, students will have an understanding of and gained valuable experience in the rigors and expectations of academic discussions on the interrelatedness of contemporary Southeast Asia through the lens of humanities, the arts, and social sciences.
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Introduction to the course
Turnitin Class Enrollment Details
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Class ID: 15422385
Enrollment key: iccu201
Geography, the Human Landscape and ASEAN
Mapping Southeast Asia (with a blank SEA map for revision purposes)
Ethno-Linguistic and Religious Mélange
Religions of the World
Kinship, Family, and Gender
Finding the Right Food: The Flow of Life and the Construction of Kinship in SEA
- PPP File
Arts vis-à-vis Resistance and Social Change
Political Developments in SEA
Migration in SEA
Argument Research Essay