|COURSE TITLE||Introduction to Critical Race and Ethnicity Studies|
|SCHOOL||Dyson College Arts & Sciences|
Course Description: This course serves as an introduction to Critical Race and Ethnicity Studies, an interdisciplinary academic field which is organized around the insight that race and ethnicity are major ideological and experiential frameworks that inform every aspect of human experience, from the formation of the individual to the organization of diverse societies. This course will introduce you to the robust academic and social justice field of Critical Race Theory. By the end of the semester you will be conversant in both the historical development of this field as well as its present manifestations.
Course Rotation: Fall; NY
|SECTION TITLE:||Introduction to Critical Race and Ethnicity Studies|
|CAMPUS:||New York City|
|REQUIRED MATERIAL:||To Be Determined|
|SECTION COMMENTS:||General Learning Community - Open to all students.
Theme: World Pride Summer School: Advanced Track
Paired Learning Community Course: Students must also register for WS 369: CRN 40634.
Learning Community Course Description: Advanced Track consists of seminars in Queer Theory and Critical Race & Ethnicity Studies, with a focus on the intellectual genealogies of queer and trans of color critique. Features fieldtrips, guest speakers, and community engagement. Recommended for students with some background in LGBTQ studies and/or critical theory.
|ATTRIBUTES:||Area of Knowledge II,Learning Community,Western Heritage|
New York City Campus
|03:35 pm - 06:45 pm||MW||1 Pace Plaza CIVIC W610||05/28/2019 - 07/13/2019|