The list of courses below spans numerous departments, disciplines, and fields of inquiry highlighting how race and ethnicity, while intersecting with gender, sexuality, class/labor, and (dis)ability, pervade public and private life, cultural production, institutional power, and environmental politics. The breadth of offerings allows students to critically examine racializing processes, discursive formations of race and ethnicity, racial and ethnic power structures, and praxes of identity, while also interrogating modes of resistance and the enactment of social justice.

Spring 2020