Unique SPRING 2011 course on the Multiracial/Multiethnic Experience!
Sign up now for the “Mixed Identities & Racialized Bodies” course this Spring 2011 — a student-developed and student-facilitated class aiming to move beyond prevalent mono-racial discourses by examining identity and experience from mixed race / mixed ethnicity perspectives. See the description below and attached a flyer for more information!
WOMEN 290B: Mixed Identities & Racialized Bodies SLN: 19184
3 credits (CR/NC) Tu/Th 3:30-4:50
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Course Description: What does it mean to be mixed in today’s society? How does the context of mono-racial identities frame our discussions? In this student-facilitated Mixed 101 class, we aim to move beyond prevalent mono-racial discourses by examining identity and experience from mixed race / mixed ethnicity perspectives.
This course was developed by students who recognized a lack of these perspectives within academia. It will be student-facilitated and discussion-based. To provide common experiences, we will read personal narratives, analyze theory and history, and examine popular media to provide us a variety of ways to engage with these issues.
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