College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies

Course Syllabi — Spring 2014

Course
Title
Instructor
Materials
Am St 475.1 Digital Diversity Herrera Syllabus
Am St 475.2 Digital Diversity F. King Information
CES 101.1 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies R. King Syllabus
CES 101.2 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Lucchesi Syllabus
CES 101.3 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Bloodsworth-Lugo See Angel
CES 101.4 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Hazelwood Syllabus
CES 101.5 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Sharif Syllabus
CES 101.6 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Barclay Syllabus
CES 101.8 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Johnson Syllabus
CES 111 Introduction to Asian Pacific American Studies Ong Syllabus
CES 131 Introduction to Black Studies F. King Syllabus
CES 151 Introduction to Chicano/Latino Studies Moraga Syllabus
CES 171.1 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Weaskus Syllabus
CES 171.2 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Weaskus Syllabus
CES 260 Race and Racism in US Popular Culture Gutierrez Syllabus
CES 300.1 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Bloodsworth-Lugo See Angel
CES 300.2 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Fowler Syllabus
CES 300.3 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Johnson Syllabus
CES 300
(Vancouver)
Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Gordillo Syllabus
CES 301 Race and Global Inequality Streamas Syllabus
CES 325 Traveling Cultures: Tourism in Global Perspective Ong Syllabus
CES 378 Contemporary Native Peoples of the Americas Weaskus Syllabus
CES 435 African American Women in US Society Barclay Syllabus
CES 440 Social Justice and American Culture Lugo-Lugo Syllabus
CES 446 Racism and Anti-Racism in Global Context R. King Syllabus
CES 454 La Chicana in US Society Heidenreich Syllabus
W St 101.1 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Lester Syllabus
W St 101.2 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Sciachitano Syllabus
W St 101.3 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Barclay Syllabus
W St 101.4 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Christian Syllabus
W St 101.5 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Gaskin Syllabus
W St 120 Sex, Race, and Reproduction in Global Health Politics Thoma Syllabus
W St 201 Critical Frameworks in Gender Studies Heidenreich Syllabus
W St 220 Gender, Culture, and Science Gleason Syllabus
W St 300.1 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Bloodsworth-Lugo See Angel
W St 300.2 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Fowler Syllabus
W St 300.3 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Johnson Syllabus
W St 300
(Vancouver)
Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Gordillo Syllabus
W St 315 Women in Management and Leadership Reed Syllabus
W St 332 Global Feminisms Sciachitano Syllabus
W St 338 Women and Popular Culture Ferry Syllabus
W St 435 African American Women in US Society Barclay Syllabus
W St 454 La Chicana in US Society Heidenreich Syllabus
W St 484 Lesbian and Gay Studies Johnson Syllabus

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