Required Course:1 course, 3 credits

Courses in this area develop a sophisticated understanding of race and racism as abstract and dynamic concepts, pointing to the ways in which race intersects with other group identifications and /or ascriptions, such as gender, class, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation or disability.

Students in these courses should be able to:

  • Understand the relationship among diversity, inequality and justice;
  • Become familiar with enduring debates about race and social justice;
  • Examine and anticipate what it means for individuals and institutions to exist in a multiracial, multi-cultural world;
  • Investigate the various forms race and racism has taken in different places and times and;
  • Develop the ability to discuss race matters with diverse others in relation to personal experience.

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