RES Courses for Concentrations and Electives

 

1. Course Offerings 2012-13

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2. RES Courses -- Master List

Please note that some course numbers indicate topics rather than specific course content, which varies from year to year -- for example some iterations of Engl 388 or Hist 279 may address issues in Race and Ethnic Studies, while others may not. Special topics classes are listed below the regularly offered class listing.

Regularly offered courses

  • Anth 248 Native Cultures of North America
  • Anth 258 Peoples of the Tibeto-Burman Highlands
  • Anth 259 Andean Culture and Society Since the Inca
  • Anth 328 Medical Anthropology (was "Culture, Health, and Healing")
  • ArtH 208 Arts of the Americas: The Visual Culture of Conquest and Colonialism
  • ArtH 221 American Art and Visual Culture, Colonial to 1900
  • ArtH 222 American Art and Visual Culture of the Twentieth Century
  • Engl 376 Colonial and Anti-Colonial Literature
  • French 316 Contemporary France and the Francophone World
  • Hist 112 Modern Africa
  • Hist 188 Modern Latin America
  • Hist 209 Religion in Latin America
  • Hist 217 Decolonization in Africa
  • Hist 219 Nation Creation: Latin America in the Nineteenth Century
  • Hist 223 International Relations of the Modern Middle East
  • Hist 247 Early China
  • Hist 250 Colonies to Nation: North America, 1600-1800
  • Hist 254 Social History of Stuff
  • Hist 268 US Ethnic and Immigration History
  • Hist 287 Colonial Latin America
  • Hist 288 Reform or Revolution: Latin America in the Twentieth Century
  • Hist 290/Soc 290 History and Sociology of Rock ’n Roll
  • Hist 297 Building a nation, US 1800-1890
  • Hist 314 Colonial Moment in Africa
  • Hist 322: History of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
  • Hist 335 Modern European Imperialism
  • Hist 344 China in Revolution (was Modern Chinese History)
  • Hist 346 Modern Japanese History
  • Hist 364 The Black Atlantic
  • Hist 368 Emergence of Modern America
  • Hist 369 US since the Second World War
  • Hist 370 Interrogating Sisterhood: Women and Gender in the US
  • Hist 371 African American History
  • Hist 381 History of Central America
  • Hist 383 Women in Latin America
  • Hist 389 History of Mexico
  • Mus 160 Study of Jazz
  • Phil 225 Critical Race Theory
  • Pol 220 American Political Theory
  • Pol 242 Politics of Development in Latin America
  • Pol 258 Politics in Africa
  • Pol 254 Gender and Race in Law and Policy
  • Pol 259 Politics of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion
  • Pol 311 Deservingness in US Social Policy
  • Pol 316 Culture, Ideology, Politics
  • Pol 318/Soc 318 Community-Based Research as Democratic Practice
  • Pol 319/Soc 319 Public Communication about Community-Based Research
  • Pol 329 Theories of Empire
  • Pol 334 The U.S.-Mexico Border: Immigration, Development, and Globalization
  • Pol 335 Globalization and Cultural Politics of Development in Latin America
  • Pol 338 North-South Relations
  • Pol 348 International Politics of Ethnic Conflict
  • Pol 359 Gender and International Hierarchy
  • Pol 367 African Political Thought
  • Pol 378 Transnationalism
  • Psych 230/Soc 230 Social Psychology
  • Psych 232 Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Intergroup Relations
  • Psych 335 Seminar in Cross-Cultural Psychology
  • Psych 336 Social Stigma
  • Rel 222 South Asian Religions II: The Classical Period
  • Rel 260 Religion in America from the Civil War to the Present
  • Rel 259 Religion in America from Columbus to the Civil War
  • Rel 345 Judaism in the US
  • Rel 349 Field Studies in the Religions of the Pacific Northwest
  • Rel 355 Religious Intolerance in the Contemporary U.S.
  • Rel 358 Feminist and Liberation Theologies
  • Rel 359 Gender Body and Religion
  • RHET 240 Rhetorical Explorations: Race, Class, and Gender (was RFS)
  • RFS 250 Persuasion, Agitation and Social Movements
  • RFS 340 Background to African American Protest Rhetoric
  • Soc 230/Psych 230 Social Psychology
  • Soc 267 Race and Ethnic Group Relations
  • Soc 271 Asian Americans in contemporary society
  • Soc 290/Hist 290 History and Sociology of Rock ’n Roll
  • Soc 318/Pol 318 Community-Based Research as Democratic Practice
  • Soc 319/Pol 319 Public Communication about Community-Based Research
  • Soc 353 Environmental Justice
  • Soc 369 Class, Status and Power
  • Soc 370/Educ 360 Issues of Educational Equality
  • Span 305-306 Advanced Spanish: Topics in Contemporary Hispanic Culture
  • Span 325 Translation: Healthcare and Language
  • Span 326 Translation: Public Affairs, the Law and Language Change
  • Span 335 Intro to Latin/o American Literatures
  • Span 336 Intro to Hispanic Literatures and Cultures
  • Span 417 Vision of Paradise: Latin American Perceptions of What It Means to be Human
  • Span 418 Soulscapes of Prison: Prison Narratives
  • Span 419 Cannibalizing Cannibalism: Re-appropriations of Savagery in Latin American Literature and Cinema
  • Span 421 Axis of Evil: Law and Literature in Latino America and the Caribbean
  • Span 425 The Rise of Latinos in the U.S.
  • Spanish 447/ WLit 329 Familias y Fronteras: Contemporary Chicana Literature
  • Span 450 Night Chicas: Sex Workers in Contemporary Film from Spain, Mexico, and Brazil
  • Span 451The Theater and Poetry of Federico Garcia Lorca
  • Span 452 Pedro Almodóvar’s Spain
  • WLit 320 Race, Trauma, Narrative
  • WLit 329/ Span 447 Familias y Fronteras: Contemporary Chicana Literature
  • WLit 387 Arab World through Literature
  • WLit 395 Contemporary Literary Theory
  • Special Topics Courses, 2012-2013

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    Special Topics Courses, 2011-2012

  • Eng 182 African-New World Shakespeare
  • ArtH 259 ST: Post/Colonialism and Visual Culture
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    Special Topics Courses, 2010-2011

  • Eng 181 Introduction to African American Literature
  • Eng 388 Black Urban Experience
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    Special Topics Courses, 2009-2010

  • ArtH 257A Asian/American Visual Culture
  • Eng 181A Intro to Native American Lit: Storytelling as Survivance and Escape
  • Eng 182A Intro to Native American Lit: or, How to Read the Great American Indian Novel
  • Eng 387B Holding Hands Across the Generations
  • Eng 387B Captive Indians: Retelling the Indian Captivity Narrative
  • Hist 283 Indigenous Resistance and Cultural Fusion in Latin America and
  • Hist 259 Chicana and Chicano History
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    Special Topics Courses, 2008-2009

  • Eng 182B Introduction to African American Literature
  • Eng 388B The Black Urban Experience
  • Hist 310 ST: Women in Africa
  • Hist 378A Native American History
  • Hist 378B Water Power: Water Control, Race, and Ethnicity in the United States
  • Hist 380A Culture and Contact in the Atlantic World, 1400-1800
  • Psych 248 ST: Women's Intersectional Identities
  • Special Topics Courses, 2007-2008

  • Anth 247A Anthropology and Ethnicity in China
  • Anth 347 American Indian Traditional Sites and Native Rights
  • Engl 181B African American Literature: "I speak for you?"
  • Engl 388B Slavery in the Literary Imagination
  • Hist 259 ST: Social History of Stuff
  • Hist 310B ST: Colonial Moment in African History
  • Hist 380 ST: The Black Atlantic
  • Psyc 347A/JPN 347 ST: Japanese Psychology
  • Soc 293 Asian American Identity
  • Soc 293 Latina/o Experience in the U.S.
  • Span 470/ WLIT 381A ST: Constructing the Caribbean
  • Span 471/WLIT 382/RFS 368 ST: Media and Culture in Latino/Latin America
  • WLIT 382A / RFS 368D Reel Cities: Latin America in Film
  • WLit 388A The Holocaust: Documentations and Representations
  • WLit 390B Yiddish literature: love, death, and afterlives
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    Other Past Courses and Course Numbers

    Even Older Special Topics Courses, 2006-2007

  • Anth 347 ST: Globalization, Health, and Culture
  • Engl 181B African-New World Shakespeare
  • Engl 387C African American Women Writers
  • Hist 210 ST: Roots of Contemporary Africa
  • Hist 310 ST: Women in Africa
  • Hist 378 ST: Native American History since 1887
  • Hist 379 ST: Readings in European Imperialism
  • Pol 201 ST: International Migration and the Politics of Immigration
  • Pol 401 ST: Race and American Politics
  • Rel 210 Muslim Worlds
  • Rel 311 ST: Sufism
  • Span 467B ST: The Rise of Latinos in the US
  • WLit 201 ST: Jewish Cultural Studies
  • WLit 388A ST: Contemporary Literary Theory
  • WLit 388B ST: Latinos in the US after 9/11
  • Special Topics Courses, 2005-2006

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    In progress. Last updated 4/5/2012. If you have questions or find errors in this course list please email us.