Undergraduate Bulletin 2021 - 2022 
    
    Jan 28, 2023  
Undergraduate Bulletin 2021 - 2022 [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

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LA 201 - Diversity, Gender, and Social Justice


This course will introduce students to some of the central themes, debates and issues that inform Diversity, Gender, and Social Justice. In particular, this course, using a problem-based learning approach, will explore current issues and controversial debates that have been central to the growth of the study of women and gender, and equal/human rights movements nationally and globally by exploring the intersections of race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, and gender. Through an interdisciplinary examination of our systems of knowledge and social institutions, the course will reflect on the way our public and private relationships, as well as the quality of our lives, continue to be shaped in relation to these systems and institutions. The course offers a range of perspectives on the work, class, and lives of women and men in our local, national and global communities.

Credits: 3

Prerequisites Only students who have completed two full semesters may enroll in LA 201



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