Critical Race and Ethnic Studies

    Critical Race and Ethnic Studies: An Introduction

  • CRES 10

    Session 2

    Examines the concept of race, followed by an investigation of colorblindness, multiculturalism, and post-racialism. Race and ethnicity are examined as historically formulated in relationship to the concepts of gender, sexuality, class, nationalism, indigeneity, citizenship, immigration, and inequality. Prerequisite(s): Satisfaction of the Entry Level Writing and C1 requirements. (General Education Code(s): ER.) 

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    Instructor: Christine Hong

  • Everyday Forms of Resistance

  • CRES 177

    Session 1

    This course will provide an overview of what every day forms of resistance are and how they take place amongst marginalized communities. Three social structures that influence how resistance emerges within a context: neoliberalism, white supremacy, and colonialism are covered. (General Education Code(s): ER.)

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    Instructor: Christine Rosales