04:30 PM to 07:10 PM M
Krug Hall 5
Section Information for Spring 2017
This course engages students in a sociohistorical, sociopolitical, and socioeconomic examination of the forms and impacts of racism, as well as movements for racial justice, in the United States with an emphasis on a critical race studies framework. Using an integrative and interdisciplinary approach, the course draws on intersecting and divergent knowledge, both from a variety of scholarly disciplines and from the oral and written histories of racial justice activists and movements. Students will draw on the most contemporary theoretical frameworks including critical race theory and intersectionality theory in order to examine the structural roots of racism and the implicit and explicit ways in which racism manifests today.
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