Critical Ethnic Studies (CRES)
CRES 200 INTRODUCTION TO CRITICAL ETHNIC STUDIES AND SOCIAL JUSTICE (4 credits)
This introductory course is a gateway course required for all "Critical Ethnic Studies" minors and will draw upon various interdisciplinary approaches and critical debates to understand the constructions and intersections of race and ethnicity both within the United States and globally. The class will discuss both historical and contemporary debates, theoretical frameworks and various interdisciplinary methodological approaches within Ethnic Studies and Transnational Ethnic Studies to instill an understanding of the discipline of "Critical Ethnic Studies."
Prerequisites: INQS 125.
Typically offered: Spring Semester, Annually
(GLOBAL PLURALISM, U.S. PLURALISM)