College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies

Course Syllabi — Fall 2014

Course
Title
Instructor
Materials
CES 101.1 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Leonard Syllabus
CES 101.2 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Ong Syllabus
CES 101.3 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Streamas Syllabus
CES 101.4 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Moraga Syllabus
CES 101.5 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Sharif Syllabus
CES 101.6 Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies Gleason Syllabus
CES 151 Introduction to Chicano/Latino Studies Heidenreich Syllabus
CES 171 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Weaskus Syllabus
CES 201 Foundations of Comparative Ethnic Studies Lugo-Lugo Syllabus
CES 209 Hip Hop Around the Globe Bischoff Syllabus
CES 220 Introduction to Multicultural Literature Streamas Syllabus
CES 260 Race and Racism in US Popular Culture Herrera Syllabus
CES 300.1 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality King Syllabus
CES 300.2 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Lester Breikss Syllabus
CES 300.3 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Gutierrez Syllabus
CES 336 Black Popular Culture Johnson Syllabus
CES 373 Native American Literature Weaskus Syllabus
CES 379 Indigenous Film King Course info
CES 380 Immigration and Citizenship in the Global Economy Ong Syllabus
CES 408 Introduction to Critical Race Feminism Johnson Syllabus
CES 491 Theories of Racism and Ethnic Conflicts Guerrero Syllabus
W St 101.1 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Gleason Syllabus
W St 101.2 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Gaskin Syllabus
W St 101.3 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Fowler Syllabus
W St 101.4 Gender and Power: Introduction to Women's Studies Johnson Syllabus
W St 120 Sex, Race, and Reproduction in Global Health Politics Barclay Syllabus
W St 211 Sex Matters: Introduction to Queer Culture and Literature Heidenreich Syllabus
W St 220 Gender, Culture, and Science Barclay Syllabus
W St 300.1 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality King Syllabus
W St 300.2 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Lester Breikss Syllabus
W St 300.3 Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Gutierrez Syllabus
W St 315 Women in Management and Leadership Reed Syllabus
W St 338 Women and Popular Culture Christian Syllabus
W St 408 Introduction to Critical Race Feminism Johnson Syllabus
W St 481 Theoretical Issues in Women's Studies Ferry Syllabus
W St 484 Lesbian and Gay Studies Shahani Syllabus

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