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FOUNDATIONS OF CRITICAL STUDIES OF RACE AND ETHNICITY (4 cr.)
This course provides an overview of the key concepts and issues in the interdisciplinary study of race/ethnicity. The course serves as an introduction to the complexity of diverse racial/ethnic groups in the U.S., issues of racial formation, white privilege, individual and institutional discrimination, multiple differences and intersecting oppressions, racial/ethnic identity and collective resistance, as well as the global dimensions of race/ethnicity. Course materials facilitate engagement in critical analysis of textual and statistical information from a variety of disciplinary sources. Offered every term.