Class Schedule - Spring 2023
Interdisciplinary introduction to the basic concepts and approaches in Asian American Studies. Surveys the various dimensions of Asian American experiences including history, social organization, literature, arts, and politics.
Invites students to examine histories and narratives of U.S. race and empire, drawing upon multiple theoretical and methodological works in Asian American studies and related fields. Same as LLS 200.
Same as AFRO 201, LLS 201, and PS 201. See PS 201.
Examines the racial, gendered, and sexualized aspects of US citizenship historically and comparatively. Interdisciplinary course taught from a humanities perspective. Readings draw from critical legal studies, history, literature, literary criticism, and ethnography. Same as AFRO 215, AIS 295, GWS 215, and LLS 215. Prerequisite: One of: AAS 100, AAS 120, AFRO 100 AIS 101, GWS 250, LLS 100.
Same as GWS 282 and LLS 282. See GWS 282.
Same as HIST 283. See HIST 283.
Same as ENGL 286. See ENGL 286.
Same as HDFS 221 and SOCW 297. See SOCW 297.
May be repeated in the same or subsequent terms to a maximum of 6 hours.
Same as AFRO 310, EPOL 310, EPS 310, and LLS 310. See EPOL 310.
Same as LLS 355 and SOC 355. See LLS 355.
Same as AIS 357, ENGL 357, GWS 357, and LLS 357. See LLS 357.
Same as ANTH 464, GWS 464, and REL 464. See GWS 464.
Same as AFRO 465, GWS 465, and LLS 465. See LLS 465.
Same as ANTH 479 and LLS 479. See LLS 479.
Examines youth as a historically and culturally specific social formation; examines discursive and material positioning of youth within broader intersecting racial, cultural, socio-economic, gender and political contexts to situate youth and youth cultural practices within global and local processes. Specific topics include youth cultures, juvenile justice, education, labor, consumerism, politics, sexuality and activism, as well as methodological considerations of conducting research on youth. Same as EPOL 518, EPS 539, and HDFS 539. 4 graduate hours. No professional credit.