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Ethnic Studies Courses
Course # Course Title
ETHS 011:Leadership for Social Change
ETHS 039:Raices (Roots): Latin America and the Caribbean
ETHS 040:Digital and Social Media and Youth Activism
ETHS 041:Inventing the "Other," Policing Differences
ETHS 042:Ethnicity and Environment in California
ETHS 047:The "Third World": Colonialism and Globalization
ETHS 051:Introduction to Ethnic Studies
ETHS 052:African American Women's History
ETHS 054:American Indian History to 1900
ETHS 055:Law, Resistance and Identity: American Indian History from 1900
ETHS 064:Mixed Race Descent in the Americas
ETHS 090:Comparative Ethnic Literature and Cultural Production
ETHS 112:Race, Gender, and the Environment
ETHS 113:Comics and Politics: Visual Culture, Power, and Ideology
ETHS 114:Representing Blackness: Film and Literature in Africa and the Diaspora
ETHS 119:Action Research for Social Change
ETHS 120:Decolonizing Spirituality: Indigenous Religions in the Americas
ETHS 126:Theories of Race and Ethnicity
ETHS 139:Asian/Pacific American Women Writers
ETHS 140:Digital and Social Media and Youth Activism
ETHS 142:Ethnicity and Environment in California
ETHS 144:Representation and Politics in Asian Diasporic and Pacific Islander Literature
ETHS 150:Black Feminist Theory
ETHS 154:Writing the Self: Autobiographies of People of Color in the U.S.
ETHS 156:Contemporary Queer Writers of Color
ETHS 157:Race, Gender, and the Criminal Justice System
ETHS 158:Latino/a Immigration
ETHS 159:History of Latinas/os in the U.S.
ETHS 160:Militarism, Gender, and Ethnicity
ETHS 166:Women of Color in Social Movements
ETHS 172:American Indian and Pacific Islander Women
ETHS 173:Celluloid Native: American Indians in Film
ETHS 180:Special Topics in Ethnic Studies
ETHS 180J:“Bay Area Community Activism and ‘Relationship-to-Place’”
ETHS 183:Advanced Seminar in Ethnic Studies
ETHS 188:Film, Color, and Culture: Images of People of Color in Cinema
ETHS 189:Research Methods with Communities of Color, with Fieldwork
ETHS 190:Research Methods with Communities of Color
ETHS 191:Senior Seminar
ETHS 239:Asian/Pacific American Women Writers
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Last Updated: 11/7/11