for the minor in race & ethnicity studies

(last updated Feb. 27, 2017)


NOTE: Courses are added to this list on an ongoing basis. Please contact a member of the Coordinating Committee (Susan A. Reed or Elizabeth Durden) if you have questions about a course or courses that you do not see listed here.

Core Courses

ENLS 203: Race, Law, and American Literature
HIST 279: Sex, Race, Science
POLS 263: Race and Ethnicity in American Legal Thought
SOCI 213: Race in Historical and Comparative Perspectives
SOCI 243: Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
WMST 227: Race and Sexuality

Comparative/Theoretical Courses

EDUC 318/618: Multiculturalism and Education
ENLS 203: Race, Law and American Literature
HIST 279: Sex, Race, Science
IREL 245/HIST 260/POLS 274: Race, Nation-States and International Relations
PHIL 229: Philosophy and Race
POLS 246: Race, Ethnicity, and American Politics
POLS 263: Race and Ethnicity in American Legal Thought
SOCI 213: Race in Historical and Comparative Perspectives
SOCI 243: Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
SOCI 309: How Holocausts Happen
WMST 227: Race and Sexuality

Area/Ethnic Group Courses

ANTH 235/IREL 235: Modern Africa
ANTH 252:
Ritual, Resistance, and Rebellion in South America
ANTH 256: Anthropology of Native North America
ANTH 329: Spirits, Saints and Sufis: Religions in Africa
ENLS 211: Southern Exposure
ENLS 214: US Latino/a Literatures
ENLS 215: Asian American Literature and Film
ENLS 217: The Theatre of the Civil Rights Movement
ENLS 217: Studies in Dramatic Literature: Margins to Mainstream: US Latino/a Theatre & Film
ENLS 221: Introduction to African American Literature
ENLS 223: Questioning the Post-Racial
ENLS/HUMN 306: US: Fever/Fantasy/Desire
ENLS 315: Unsettling Memories
FREN 235: Topics-Francophone Lit/Culture
FREN 236: Special Topics: French West Indies
HIST 121: Introduction to African American History I
HIST 122: Introduction to African American History II
HIST 218: African Americans and the American Revolution
HIST 219: Ante-Bellum America: Slavery
HIST 222: US History since the 1940s (Thomson)
HIST 223: Twentieth Century African America: Eyes on the Prize
MUSC 140: Jazz, Rock, and Race
MUSC 356: Jazz and Social Justice
POLS 239: Latino Politics in the U.S.
SOCI 280: 20th Century Afro-Caribbean and African-American Thought
SOCI 290: Caribbean Sociology
UNIV 200: Modern Africa
WMST 332: Women and the Penal System