Critical Race & Ethnic Studies Program
Students in the Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Program learn to analyze the way race and ethnicity are constructed and articulated within and without the borders of the United States, a project of increasingly urgent importance. We are a close-knit community of faculty and students who are dedicated to conducting this exciting work both in and out of the classroom. Our faculty consists of a dynamic group of scholars who approach the study of race and ethnicity through the lens of disciplines such as: Art History, Anthropology, Economics, English, Environmental Studies, Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, Global Studies, Religion, Romance Languages, Political Science, Theater, and others. Course offerings are enriched every semester by a vigorous schedule of lectures and performances by nationally and internationally acclaimed writers, artists, musicians, filmmakers and scholars.
Words from CRES Faculty: Professors respond to questions about the Critical Race and Ethnic Studies program.
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