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Race Equity & Justice focused courses Fall 2020

Students have expressed interest in exploring classes that address racial equity and justice. To assist students in finding relevant courses, a list of courses has been compiled. Note that this is not an exhaustive list, and more courses can be found on the Spring 2021 class roster.

  • AAS 1100 Introduction to Asian American Studies
  • AEM 2000 Contemporary Controversies in the Global Economy
  • AEM 3385 Social Entrepreneurship Practicum: Anabel's Grocery
  • AEM 3390 Research Methods in International Development
  • AEM 4315 Economics of Developing Countries
  • AEM 4485 Economics of Food and Malnutrition
  • AEM 2015 The Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion
  • AIIS 2240 Native American Languages
  • AIIS 3422 Culture, Politics, and Environment in the Circumpolar North
  • AIIS 4000 Critical Approaches to American Indian and Indigenous Studies: Intellectual History
  • AIIS 4770 Haudenosaunee - New York State Relations
  • AMST 1101 Introduction to American Studies
  • AMST 1290 American Society through Film
  • AMST 1601 Indigenous Issues in Global Perspectives
  • AMST 2042 Jim Crow and Exclusion Era in America
  • AMST 2108 Indigenous Ingenuities as Living Networks
  • AMST 2251 U.S. Immigration Narratives
  • AMST 2392 Where Fire Meets Ice: Histories of the U.S.-Canada Border Across Four Centuries
  • AMST 2655 Latinos in the United States
  • AMST 2660 Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong: Unlearning Native American History
  • AMST 2682 The United States in the 1960s and 1970s
  • AMST 2710 America's Promise: Social and Political Context of American Education
  • AMST 2725 Introduction to Latina/o/x Performance
  • AMST 2792 Monuments, Museums, and Memory: An Introduction to Public History
  • AMST 3025 Asian Americans and Popular Culture
  • AMST 3071 Enduring Global and American Issues
  • AMST 3121 Crime and Punishment
  • AMST 3214 Dance in America: Cultures, Identities, and Fabrication
  • AMST 3405 Multicultural Issues in Education
  • AMST 3424 Ethnoracial Identity in Anthropology, Language, and Law
  • AMST 3430 History of the U.S. Civil War and Reconstruction
  • AMST 3562 Thinking from a Different Place: Indigenous Philosophies
  • AMST 3703 Asians in the Americas: A Comparative Perspective
  • AMST 3747 Staging Faith: Contemporary Theatre and Lived Religions
  • AMST 3981 Latinx Popular Culture Matters
  • AMST 4051 Death Penalty in America
  • AMST 4203 Contesting Votes: Democracy and Citizenship Throughout U.S. History
  • AMST 4280 Health and Environmental Justice
  • AMST 4337 The 1980s: Politics, Culture, and Memory in the United States
  • AMST 4627 Contemporary Native American Fiction
  • AMST 4705 Nightlife
  • AMST 4716 Law and Empire in Early America
  • ANTHR 2400 Cultural Diversity and Contemporary Issues
  • ANTHR 2468 Medicine, Culture, and Society
  • ANTHR 3405 Multicultural Issues in Education
  • ANTHR 4176 Humanitarian Affects
  • ANTHR 4176 Humanitarian Affects
  • ANTHR 4402 Anthropology of Education
  • ANTHR 4476 Carceral Worlds: Policing, Prisons, and Securitization
  • ARKEO 3738 Identity in the Ancient World
  • ARTH 2550 Introduction to Latin American Art
  • ARTH 4160 Topics in Colonial Encounters
  • ASRC 1500 Introduction to Africana Studies
  • ASRC 1590 History and Popular Culture in Africa
  • ASRC 1790 Pirates, Slaves, and Revolutionaries: A History of the Caribbean from Columbus to Louverture
  • ASRC 1985 From Subjects to Citizens: The Making and Unmaking of Early America
  • ASRC 2452 Dress Cloth and Identity
  • ASRC 2650 Introduction to African American Literature
  • ASRC 3507 African American Literature Through the 1930's
  • ASRC 3626 Dissent and Protest in U.S. History
  • ASRC 3652 African Economic Development Histories
  • ASRC 3742 Africans and African Americans in Literature
  • ASRC 3977 Body Politics in African Literature, Cinema and Media
  • ASRC 4002 Diasporic and Indigenous Health
  • ASRC 4390 Reconstruction and the New South
  • ASRC 4403 New Black Southern Women Writers
  • ASRC 4555 Queer Proximities
  • ASRC 4602 Women and Gender Issues in Africa
  • ASRC 4658 Fabricating Race: Art, Clothing, Resistance
  • BSOC 2061 Ethics and the Environment
  • COML 2032 Contemporary Narratives by Latina Writers
  • COML 2034 Black Holes: Race & the Cosmos
  • COML 2580 Imagining the Holocaust
  • COML 3336 Border Environments
  • CRP 1101 The Global City
  • CRP 2010 People, Planning, and Politics in the City
  • CRP 3430 Affordable Housing Policy and Programs
  • CRP 3850 Special Topics in Planning: Transportation Equity and Justice
  • CRP 4770 Seminar on Issues in African Development
  • CRP 3852 Special Topics in Urban History, Society, and Politics: Queer Space/Queering Space
  • DSOC 1101 Introduction to Sociology
  • DSOC 2010 Population Dynamics
  • DSOC 2090 Social Inequality
  • DSOC 3700 Comparative Social Inequalities
  • DSOC 4230 Gender and Health: Concepts, Data, Theories and Evidence
  • ECON 3550 Economics of Developing Countries
  • ECON 3875 Policy Analysis: Welfare Theory, Agriculture, and Trade
  • EDUC 2610 Intergroup Dialogue
  • EDUC 4402 Anthropology of Education
  • EDUC 4826 Leading Dialogue Across Difference: Practicum in Intergroup Relations
  • ENGL 2585 Millennial Jewish Stars: Race, Gender & Sexuality
  • ENGL 2675 Cultures of the Cold War
  • ENGL 4757 Be a Man! Masculinity, Race, and Nation
  • FGSS 2010 Introduction to Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
  • FGSS 2290 Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies
  • FGSS 3210 Gender and the Brain
  • FGSS 3320 Gender and Psychopathology
  • GOVT 3071 Enduring Global and American Issues
  • GOVT 4846 Making Equality
  • HADM 4315 Nonprofit Social Enterprise and Food Justice
  • HD 3530 Risk and Opportunity Factors in Childhood and Adolescence
  • HD 4120 Social Policy for an Aging Society
  • HD 4390 Positive Psychology in Prison
  • HIST 1960 Modern Latin America
  • HIST 2285 Fascism in the Twentieth Century: History and Theory
  • ILRIC 2310 Sociology of Work: Micro Meets Macro
  • ILRIC 2350 Work, Labor, and Capital in the Global Economy
  • ILRIC 2385 Money, Work, and Power
  • ILRIC 3325 Food and Work
  • ILRIC 4367 Migration and Mobility: Theories and Lived Realities
  • ILRIC 4390 People Power: Resistance Protest and Revolution
  • ILRLE 3450 Race and the American Labor Market in Historical Perspective
  • ILRLR 2810 Migration: Histories, Controversies, and Perspectives
  • ILRLR 3045 Special Topics in Labor Law
  • ILRLR 3825 Southern West Virginia's Coal Fields - Ancient Struggles Amidst Hopeful Dreams
  • ILRLR 3830 Workers' Rights as Human Rights
  • ILRLR 3880 Unfree Labor: Servants, Slaves, and Wives
  • ILRLR 4023 Disability and Employment Policy
  • ILRLR 4033 Disability Law
  • ILRLR 4035 Intersectionality in Disability Studies
  • ILRLR 4052 Making Development Equitable: Community Control in the New Economy
  • ILRLR 4075 Values, Rights, and Justice at Work
  • ILRLR 4691 Race and Slavery, Old and Modern
  • ILRLR 4820 Ethics at Work
  • ILRLR 4845 Labor, Race, and Gender
  • ILROB 3220 Advanced Racial Equity in Organizations
  • JWST 3655 Minorities of the Middle East
  • LATA 2200 Perspectives on Latin America
  • LATA 4000 Contemporary Issues in Latin - Latino America
  • MUSIC 1105 An Introduction to Western Music Theory and African Diaspora Music of the Caribbean and Americas
  • NES 2167 Israeli Masculinity
  • NES 2649 Controversy and Debate in Islam
  • NS 2600 Introduction to Global Health
  • NS 4480 Economics of Food and Malnutrition
  • NS 4500 Public Health Nutrition
  • PAM 2030 Population and Public Policy
  • PAM 3160 Labor Markets and Public Policy
  • PAM 3300 Cost-Benefit Analysis
  • PAM 3780 Sick Around the World? Comparing Health Care Systems Around the World
  • PAM 4160 The Ethnography of Poverty and Inequality
  • PHIL 1650 Philosophy of Race
  • PHIL 2410 Ethics
  • PMA 2720 Introduction to Latina/o/x Performance
  • PMA 3214 Dance in America: Cultures, Identities, and Fabrication
  • PMA 3420 Asian Americans and Popular Culture
  • PMA 4681 Cages and Creativity: Arts in Incarceration
  • PSYCH 4800 Social Psychology of Race & Racism
  • SHUM 4655 Constructing Antiquity: The World the Slaves Made
  • SOC 1101 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 3570 Schooling, Racial Inequality, and Public Policy in America
  • SOC 3680 Comparative Corruption
  • SOC 4120 Health and Social Context
  • SPAN 2150 Contemporary Latin American Survey