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Dates: June 20 - July 15, 2022; Cross listed with ENGS 057 OL2 61435; Total combined enrollment = 40.
This course considers a variety of contemporary texts -- novels, short stories, movies -- written by and about non-hegemonic groups living in the United States today that explore the intersections of race, class, socioeconomics, racism and institutionalized racism. Because the course expects students to engage in polemical and engaging dialogue, students are asked to “agree to disagree’ in a respectful environment.
Two short papers and weekly sets of Blackboard Postings.
60% Blackboard 40% Papers (2x 20%)
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|CRES 095 OL2||Critical Race & Ethnic Studies: D1:Geography/Race&Ethnic in US||to||N/A||See Notes||3||61140|
|CRES 095 OL3||Critical Race & Ethnic Studies: D1:Race&Ethnic Lit Stds:Intro||to||N/A||See Notes||3||61269|
|ENGS 001 OL3||English: FW: Written Expression||to||N/A||See Notes||3||61294|
|ENGS 057 OL1||English: D1:Race&Ethnic Lit Stds:Intro||to||N/A||See Notes||3||60169|
|ENGS 057 OL2||English: D1:Race&Ethnic Lit Stds:Intro||to||N/A||See Notes||3||61435|
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