College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies

Course Syllabi — Spring 2015

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Course
Title
Instructor
CES 101.1 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Leonard
CES 101.2 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Lugo-Lugo
CES 101.3 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Krebs
CES 101.4 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Herrera
CES 101.6 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Ratto
CES 111 Introduction to Asian Pacific American Studies Streamas
CES 171 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Weaskus
CES 209.1 Hip Hop Around the Globe Moraga
CES 209.2 Hip Hop Around the Globe Guerrero
CES 244 Critical Globalizations Sharif
CES 255 Chicana/o History Gutierrez
CES 300.1 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Fowler
CES 300.2 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Johnson
CES 300.3 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Gaskin
CES 301 Race and Global Inequality Johnson
CES 308 Cultural Politics of Sport King
CES 309 Queer Identities in Contemporary Cultures Heidenreich
CES 325 Traveling Cultures: Tourism in Global Perspective Johnson
CES 335 Black Freedom Struggle Robinson
CES 372 Indigenous Women in Traditional and Contemporary Societies (view course flyer) Holt
CES 378 Contemporary Native Peoples of the Americas Weaskus
CES 405 Cultural Criticism and Theory Ong
CES 440 Global Social Justice Streamas
CES 489.1 Everyday Struggles for Justice and Equality Bloodsworth-Lugo
CES 489.2 Everyday Struggles for Justice and Equality Bloodsworth-Lugo
W St 101.1 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Gleason
W St 101.2 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Ferry
W St 101.3 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Lester Breikss
W St 101.4 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Christian
W St 201 Critical Frameworks in Gender Studies Shahani
W St 300.1 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Fowler
W St 300.2 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Johnson
W St 300.3 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Gaskin
W St 315 Women in Management and Leadership Reed
W St 332 Global Feminisms Sciachitano
W St 338 Women and Popular Culture Gleason
W St 369 Queer Identities in Contemporary Cultures Heidenreich
W St 372 Indigenous Women in Traditional and Contemporary Societies (view course flyer) Holt
W St 406 Women and Work in Global Contexts Sciachitano
W St 485 Theoretical Issues in Gay and Lesbian Studies Shahani
W St 489.1 Everyday Struggles for Justice and Equality Bloodsworth-Lugo
W St 489.2 Everyday Struggles for Justice and Equality Bloodsworth-Lugo

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