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Major Requirements

Major Requirements

The American Studies major requires thirteen courses, detailed below.

  • Three (3) core courses form the foundation of the program. Ideally, majors should complete these prior to the start of their senior year.​
    1. Foundational course, Critical American Studies: AMS 201 (generally offered Winter quarter);
    2. Introduction to Historical Methods and Sources:  HST 298 (offered every quarter);
    3. Additional Method or Theory course (from the second list below).
  • One (1) American Studies Capstone course
    • AMS 301: ​During the fall quarter of their senior year, students should take AMS 301. Students will be sent instructions on how to prepare for the Senior Seminar by the Autumn Quarter instructor for the course. Students must earn a C- or better in this course. This course is waived for Honors students who are producing an Honors capstone thesis project and Double Majors when AMS is a student's secondary major AND the student completes a thesis project through a capstone course in their primary major; in these cases AMS 301 must be replaced with a 300-level AMS course. Students seeking these exceptions must discuss with the AMS Program Director in advance.​ 
  • Six (6) interdisciplinary courses are selected to form one of five possible concentrations:
    • Popular Culture and Media Studies;
    • Social and Literary Movements;
    • Politics, Institutions and Values;
    • Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies; or
    • Material Culture and the Built Environment. 
      At least two of the concentration courses must be at the 300-level.​
  • Three (3) Major Elective courses are selected to complement one's work in American Studies.
    • In consultation with an advisor, students select three additional courses from outside the concentration.​ 

Distribution Requirements

  • For the concentration and the electives, no more than three courses for the major should be from any one department outside of AMS.
  • Also, from among the concentration courses and elective courses at least three courses should carry an AMS designator.
  • At least two of the concentration courses should be at the 300-level.
  • One of your concentration or elective courses must fulfill a U.S. history requirement (see list below).
  • In no instance may a course double count within the major; in other words, a course taken to fulfill the method or theory course requirement in the core may not also simultaneously fulfill credits within the concentration or electives, etc.

To fulfill the U.S. History requirement, one of the following may be taken:​

Course Title Quarter Hours
AMS 200
AMERICAN SOCIAL HISTORY AND CULTURE (Recommended)
AMS 230
ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORIES
AMS 240
CHICAGO HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, AND CULTURES
AMS 261
AMERICAN ETHNICITIES 1800-1945
AMS 275
HISTORY OF SEX IN AMERICA 1: COLONIAL TO LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY
AMS 276
HISTORY OF SEX IN AMERICA 2: LATE VICTORIANS TO THE PRESENT
AMS 285
HISTORY AND U.S. POPULAR MEDIA
AMS 340
AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE: 1890s - 1930s
HST 181
UNITED STATES TO 1800
HST 182
UNITED STATES, 1800-1900
HST 183
UNITED STATES, 1900-PRESENT
HST 185
AMERICAN SOCIAL HISTORY AND CULTURE
HST 240
HISTORY OF CHICAGO
HST 246
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1800
HST 247
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY, 1800-1900
HST 248
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY, 1900 TO PRESENT
HST 260
LESBIAN AND GAY AMERICAN HISTORY, COLONIAL TO 1970
HST 269
MUSEUMS, MATERIAL CULTURE AND MEMORY: INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HISTORY
HST 270
U.S. HISTORICAL LANDSCAPE
HST 275
SEX IN AMERICA, PURITANS TO VICTORIANS
HST 276
SEX IN AMERICA, LATE VICTORIANS TO PRESENT
HST 278
HISTORY OF AMERICAN RELIGION
HST 279
WESTWARD EXPANSION IN U.S.
HST 283
ASIAN-AMERICAN IMMIGRATION AND HISTORY, 1840-1965
HST 284
HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES
HST 288
WOMEN IN UNITED STATES HISTORY
HST 301
U.S. LABOR HISTORY
HST 310
INTER-AMERICAN AFFAIRS
HST 319
IMMIGRANT AMERICA
HST 342
TOPICS IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY
HST 354
U.S. WOMEN'S HISTORY
HST 367
US-MEXICAN BORDERLANDS
HST 370
AMERICAN COLONIAL HISTORY
HST 372
ANTEBELLUM AMERICA
HST 374
EMERGENCE OF MODERN AMERICA, 1877-1914
HST 376
THE UNITED STATES SINCE 1940
HST 378
THE AMERICAN WEST IN THE 20TH CENTURY
HST 381
AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE 1890s-1930s
HST 383
BORDERLANDS AND FRONTIERS IN AMERICA
HST 385
UNITED STATES CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY TO 1865
HST 388
THE COURT AND THE U.S. BILL OF RIGHTS
HST 394
AFRICAN-AMERICAN URBAN HISTORY

To fulfill the AMS method/theory core requirement, one of the following may be taken:​ 

Course Title Quarter Hours
ABD/WGS 275
BLACK FEMINIST THEORIES IN A U.S. CONTEXT
AMS 292
TOPICS IN AMERICAN STUDIES THEORIES AND METHODS
AMS 329
POWER, OPPRESSION, RESISTANCE: APPROACHES TO CRITICAL RACE AND ETHNIC STUDIES
ANT 201
ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH METHODS
ANT 202
ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD METHODS
CRIM 301
RESEARCH METHODS IN CRIMINOLOGY
ENG 381
LITERARY THEORY
GEO 141
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS I: DIGITAL MAPPING
HST 391
DOING LOCAL AND COMMUNITY HISTORY
HST 396
ORAL HISTORY: MEMORY, METHOD AND PRACTICE
LST 203
MEDIA AND CULTURAL STUDIES ACROSS THE AMERICAS
MCS 271
MEDIA AND CULTURAL STUDIES
PSC 300
POLITICAL ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH
SOC 331
SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY
SOC 346
URBAN ETHNOGRAPHY
SOC 380
RESEARCH METHODS IN SOCIOLOGY I
SOC 381
RESEARCH METHODS IN SOCIOLOGY II
WGS 250
FEMINIST FRAMEWORKS
WGS 388
QUEER THEORY: AN INTRODUCTION

To fulfill the AMS Major Electives Requirement, three of the following may be taken:

Course Title Quarter Hours
AAS 200
ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY
AAS 203
ASIAN AMERICAN ARTS AND CULTURE
AAS 205
GLOBAL ASIA
AAS 290
TOPICS IN ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES
AAS 343
JAPANESE AMERICAN HISTORY IN THE US/CHICAGO
ABD 100
INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN AND BLACK DIASPORA STUDIES
ABD 208
AFRICAN AMERICA: PEOPLES, CULTURES, IDEAS AND MOVEMENTS
ABD 214
ARCHEOLOGY OF THE AFRICAN DIASPORA
ABD 215
THE AFRICAN AMERICAN RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE
ABD 218
AFRICAN AMERICAN POLITICS
ABD 220
BLACKS AND LOVE
ABD 231
PHILOSOPHY AND THE QUESTION OF RACE
ABD 233
SURVEY OF AFRICAN DIASPORIC INTELLECTUAL THOUGHT
ABD 234
BLACK AESTHETIC THOUGHT
ABD 235
HARLEM RENAISSANCE AND NEGRITUDE
ABD 241
RELIGIOUS DIMENSIONS OF THE AFRICAN DIASPORA
ABD 245
RACE AND ETHNICITY IN LITERARY STUDIES
ABD 249
JAZZ AND THE DIASPORIC IMAGINATION
ABD 260
DIMENSIONS OF BLACK FAMILY LIFE
ABD 275
BLACK FEMINIST THEORIES IN A U.S. CONTEXT
ABD 305
PAN-AFRICANISM
ABD 320
AFRICAN AMERICAN SCIENCE FICTION
ABD 336
AFRICAN-AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT
ABD 351
RECONSTRUCTION AND THE RISE OF JIM CROW
ABD 365
VOTING, REPRESENTATION, AND THE LAW
ABD 369
TOPICS IN PUBLIC LAW
ABD 371
AFRICAN- AMERICAN FICTION
ABD 372
AFRICAN AMERICAN DRAMA AND POETRY
ABD 373
TOPICS IN AFRICAN AMERICAN POETRY 1940-1960
ABD 375
RACE, MEDIA, AND REPRESENTATION
ABD 379
BLACK FEMINIST THEORY
AMS 102
INTRODUCTION TO U.S. POPULAR MUSIC STUDIES
AMS 150
PERSPECTIVES ON AMERICAN IDENTITIES
AMS 200
AMERICAN SOCIAL HISTORY AND CULTURE
AMS 202
UNITED STATES POPULAR MUSIC HISTORY
AMS 220
AMERICAN BUDDHISMS: RACE AND RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY
AMS 230
ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORIES
AMS 240
CHICAGO HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, AND CULTURES
AMS 250
IN THEIR OWN VOICES: AMERICAN AUTOBIOGRAPHY
AMS 261
AMERICAN ETHNICITIES 1800-1945
AMS 265
PACIFIC WORLD: NORTH AMERICA AND THE PACIFIC, 1776 - 1945
AMS 275
HISTORY OF SEX IN AMERICA 1: COLONIAL TO LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY
AMS 276
HISTORY OF SEX IN AMERICA 2: LATE VICTORIANS TO THE PRESENT
AMS 280
POLITICS AND HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR
AMS 285
HISTORY AND U.S. POPULAR MEDIA
AMS 290
AMERICAN VOICES: TO 1860
AMS 291
AMERICAN VOICES: FROM 1860 ONWARD
AMS 292
TOPICS IN AMERICAN STUDIES THEORIES AND METHODS
AMS 293
TOPICS IN AMERICAN MATERIAL CULTURE AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
AMS 294
TOPICS IN AMERICAN POLITICS, INSTITUTIONS, AND VALUES
AMS 295
SPECIAL TOPICS IN AMERICAN STUDIES
AMS 296
TOPICS IN AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE AND MEDIA
AMS 297
TOPICS IN AMERICAN RACE AND ETHNIC STUDIES
AMS 298
TOPICS IN AMERICAN SOCIAL AND LITERARY MOVEMENTS
AMS 329
POWER, OPPRESSION, RESISTANCE: APPROACHES TO CRITICAL RACE AND ETHNIC STUDIES
AMS 340
AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE: 1890s - 1930s
AMS 352
SEX, GENDER AND SOCIAL MEDIA
AMS 360
AMERICAN FILM
AMS 387
ADVANCED TOPICS IN GENDER AND SEXUALITY STUDIES IN THE U.S./AMERICAS
AMS 370
THE MATERIAL CULTURE OF MODERN AMERICA
AMS 371
MATERIAL CULTURE OF EARLY AMERICA
AMS 380
TELEVISION AND AMERICAN IDENTITY
AMS 386
ADVANCED TOPICS IN AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE AND MEDIA
AMS 388
ADVANCED TOPICS IN AMERICAN SOCIAL AND LITERARY MOVEMENTS
AMS 392
INTERNSHIP
AMS 393
ADVANCED TOPICS IN AMERICAN MATERIAL CULTURE AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
AMS 394
ADVANCED TOPICS IN AMERICAN POLITICS, INSTITUTIONS, AND VALUES
AMS 395
ADVANCED TOPICS IN AMERICAN STUDIES
AMS 396
AMERICAN STUDIES COLLOQUIUM
AMS 397
ADVANCED TOPICS IN AMERICAN RACE AND ETHNIC STUDIES
AMS 399
INDEPENDENT STUDY
ANT 202
ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD METHODS
ANT 250
MATERIAL CULTURE OF MODERN AMERICA
ANT 252
MATERIAL CULTURE AND DOMESTIC LIFE
ANT 254
HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF CHICAGO
ANT 280
ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELDWORK
ANT 358
ARCHEOLOGY OF CITIES
ANT 378
MUSEUM EDUCATION
ANT 374
ANTHROPOLOGY AND MUSEUMS
ANT 382
HERITAGE DISPLAYS AND MUSEUMS
ASL 305
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE LITERATURE
ASL 306
ARTS IN THE DEAF COMMUNITY
ASL 310
DEAF CULTURE
ASL 311
DEAF-BLIND COMMUNITY
CES 401
CRITICAL ETHNIC STUDIES
CES 402
MOBILITY AND THE STATE
CES 403
CITIES AND RACIAL FORMATION
CES 404
BORDERS AND MIGRATION
CES 405
RACE AND THE MEDIA
CPL 312
THE LITERATURE OF IDENTITY
CPL 313
FEMINIST LITERATURE
CRIM 101
INTRODUCTION TO THE CRIMINAL LEGAL SYSTEM
CRIM 105
CRIME AND THE MEDIA
CRIM 201
LAW ENFORCEMENT
CRIM 202
CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE
CRIM 203
CORRECTIONS
CRIM 205
RACE, CLASS, GENDER AND THE CRIMINAL LEGAL SYSTEM
CRIM 206
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS
CRIM 208
LATINOS AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
CRIM 209
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
CRIM 215
GANGS IN SOCIETY
CRIM 218
COMMUNITIES AND CRIME
CRIM 225
COMMUNITY NON-VIOLENCE
CRIM 240
CRIMES OF THE STATE
CRIM 257
SCHOOL VIOLENCE, DISCIPLINE AND JUSTICE
CRIM 301
RESEARCH METHODS IN CRIMINOLOGY
CRIM 302
STATISTICS IN CRIMINOLOGY
CRIM 303
CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORY
CRIM 312
21ST CENTURY POLICING
CRIM 325
US POLITICAL PRISONERS AND CRIMES OF CONSCIENCE
CRIM 337
DRUGS AND SOCIETY
CRIM 345
WHITE COLLAR AND CORPORATE CRIME
CSS 310
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE: ENGAGEMENT WITH THE PRISON
CSS 320
COMMUNITY FOOD SYSTEMS
CTH 250
ART IN THE SPANISH AMERICAN EMPIRE
CTH 273
HISTORY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE U.S.
CTH 384
THE CULTURE OF AMERICAN CATHOLICS
ECO 310
URBAN ECONOMICS
ECO 313
MARKET STRUCTURE AND REGULATION OF BUSINESS
ECO 317
AMERICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
ECO 318
LABOR ECONOMICS AND ORGANIZATION
ECO 319
ECONOMICS AND GENDER
ECO 340
DEVELOPMENT OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
ENG 265
THE AMERICAN NOVEL
ENG 271
AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE
ENG 272
LITERATURE AND IDENTITY
ENG 276
LATINX LITERATURE
ENG 285
LGBTQ LITERATURE
ENG 335
TOPICS IN EARLY AMERICAN LITERATURE
ENG 360
AMERICAN LITERATURE TO 1830
ENG 361
19TH-CENTURY AMERICAN LITERATURE
ENG 362
AMERICAN LITERATURE FROM 1865 TO 1920
ENG 363
AMERICAN LITERATURE AFTER 1900
ENG 364
TOPICS IN GENRE STUDIES
ENG 365
TOPICS IN 20TH-CENTURY FICTION
ENG 367
TOPICS IN AMERICAN STUDIES
ENG 369
TOPICS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE
ENG 371
TOPICS IN AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE
ENG 373
MULTIETHNIC LITERATURE OF THE U.S.
ENG 374
NATIVE LITERATURE
ENG 375
STUDIES IN SHORT FICTION
ENG 383
WOMEN AND LITERATURE
ENG 384
TOPICS IN LATINX LITERATURE
ENG 385
TOPICS IN LGBTQ LITERATURE
ENV 200
CITIES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
ENV 160
IDEAS OF NATURE
ENV 165
NATIONAL PARKS HISTORY
GEO 103
URBANIZATION
GEO 133
URBAN GEOGRAPHY - EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
GEO 201
GEOPOLITICS
GEO 205
RACE, JUSTICE, AND THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT
GEO 210
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
GEO 231
HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF CHICAGO
GEO 269
CULTURAL AND POLITICAL ECOLOGY
GEO 330
SUSTAINABLE URBAN TRANSPORTATION
GEO 333
URBAN PLANNING
GEO 351
GEOGRAPHY, FOOD AND JUSTICE
HAA 145
INTRODUCTION TO ARTS OF THE AMERICAS
HAA 260
AMERICAN ART
HAA 263
HISTORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN
HAA 265
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
HAA 281
MODERN ARCHITECTURE
HAA 291
MUSEUM PROFESSION AND PRACTICE: CHICAGO MUSEUMS AS CASE STUDY
HAA 391
THE EVOLVING MUSEUM: HISTORIES AND CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
HAA 380
CHICAGO ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM (WORLD CITIES)
HST 181
UNITED STATES TO 1800
HST 182
UNITED STATES, 1800-1900
HST 183
UNITED STATES, 1900-PRESENT
HST 240
HISTORY OF CHICAGO
HST 243
HISTORY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE U.S.
HST 246
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1800
HST 247
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY, 1800-1900
HST 248
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY, 1900 TO PRESENT
HST 254
AMERICAN URBAN HISTORY
HST 269
MUSEUMS, MATERIAL CULTURE AND MEMORY: INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HISTORY
HST 270
U.S. HISTORICAL LANDSCAPE
HST 278
HISTORY OF AMERICAN RELIGION
HST 279
WESTWARD EXPANSION IN U.S.
HST 280
HISTORY OF US NATIONAL PARKS
HST 281
IDEAS OF NATURE IN US HISTORY
HST 283
ASIAN-AMERICAN IMMIGRATION AND HISTORY, 1840-1965
HST 284
HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES
HST 288
WOMEN IN UNITED STATES HISTORY
HST 295
AMERICAN HISTORY AND FILM/TV
HST 301
U.S. LABOR HISTORY
HST 310
INTER-AMERICAN AFFAIRS
HST 312
LATINOS IN THE UNITED STATES
HST 313
THE OLD SOUTH
HST 319
IMMIGRANT AMERICA
HST 342
TOPICS IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY
HST 346
AFRICAN-AMERICAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
HST 354
U.S. WOMEN'S HISTORY
HST 360
DOING DIGITAL HISTORY
HST 367
US-MEXICAN BORDERLANDS
HST 368
SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN LATIN AMERICA
HST 369
REVOLUTIONS IN LATIN AMERICA
HST 370
AMERICAN COLONIAL HISTORY
HST 371
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
HST 372
ANTEBELLUM AMERICA
HST 373
THE CIVIL WAR ERA
HST 374
EMERGENCE OF MODERN AMERICA, 1877-1914
HST 375
THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND THE NEW DEAL ERA
HST 376
THE UNITED STATES SINCE 1940
HST 377
HISTORY OF POVERTY IN THE UNITED STATES
HST 378
THE AMERICAN WEST IN THE 20TH CENTURY
HST 379
RECONSTRUCTION AND THE RISE OF JIM CROW
HST 380
GENDER, TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE IN 20TH CENTURY AMERICA
HST 381
AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE 1890s-1930s
HST 382
CHICAGO HISTORY MUSEUM EXPERIENCE
HST 383
BORDERLANDS AND FRONTIERS IN AMERICA
HST 384
TOPICS IN AMERICAN HISTORY
HST 386
UNITED STATES CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY SINCE 1865
HST 388
THE COURT AND THE U.S. BILL OF RIGHTS
HST 389
TOPICS IN PUBLIC HISTORY
HST 391
DOING LOCAL AND COMMUNITY HISTORY
HST 392
PUBLIC HISTORY INTERNSHIP
HST 394
AFRICAN-AMERICAN URBAN HISTORY
HST 396
ORAL HISTORY: MEMORY, METHOD AND PRACTICE
LGQ 319
QUEER PIONEERS: CULTURE, GENDER, AND POLITICAL ACTIVISM
LGQ 332
CREATING CHANGE: CONTEMPORARY GLBT POLITICS
LGQ 338
SEXUAL JUSTICE: LESBIANS, GAYS AND THE LAW
LST 113
LATINO RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE IN THE UNITED STATES
LST 202
CONSTRUCTING LATINO COMMUNITIES
LST 203
MEDIA AND CULTURAL STUDIES ACROSS THE AMERICAS
LST 300
SPECIAL TOPICS IN LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
LST 305
LATINO COMMUNITIES AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT
LST 306
LATINO COMMUNITIES IN CHICAGO
LST 307
GROWING UP LATINO/LATINA IN THE U.S.
LST 308
MOTHERHOOD IN LATINO COMMUNITIES
LST 309
SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT AND LATINO FAMILIES
LST 310
SPECIAL TOPICS: LATINOS IN THE U.S.
LST 321
GLOBALIZATION IN THE AMERICAS
LST 348
INDIGENOUS POLITICAL STRUGGLES
MCS 231
INTRODUCTION TO DOCUMENTARY STUDIES
MCS 274
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN CINEMA AND TELEVISION
MCS 342
HISTORY OF TELEVISION & RADIO
MCS 343
MEDIA ETHICS
MCS 344
THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION: HOLLYWOOD IN THE 1960s
MCS 348
TOPICS IN FILM GENRE
MCS 349
TOPICS IN FILM STUDIES
MCS 351
TOPICS IN TELEVISION STUDIES
MCS 352
TOPICS IN NEW MEDIA
MCS 353
TOPICS IN MEDIA STUDIES
MCS 355
SEX IN THE BOX: U.S. TELEVISION, SEX, AND SEXUALITY
MCS 358
TOPICS IN COMICS STUDIES
MCS 359
TOPICS IN CULT STUDIES
MCS 360
B-MOVIES
MCS 361
FANDOM & PARTICIPATORY CULTURE
MCS 362
BLACKNESS IN AMERICAN TV
MCS 363
TOPICS IN FAN STUDIES
MCS 364
MONSTERS IN POPULAR CULTURE
MCS 365
HORROR FILMS
MCS 367
SPORTS FANDOM
MCS 368
MUSIC INDUSTRIES AND CULTURE
MCS 369
TIME TRAVEL ON TELEVISION
MCS 370
ADAPTATION: MOVIES/TV/NOVELS/COMICS/TOYS/VIDEO GAMES
MCS 373
AUDIO DOCUMENTARY
MCS 375
LATINO/A TELEVISION AND MEDIA
MCS 378
SEINFELD
MCS 379
SPIKE LEE AND QUENTIN TARANTINO
MUS 278
JAZZ
PAX 212
SOCIAL JUSTICE AND SOCIAL CHANGE
PHL 231
PHILOSOPHY AND RACE
PHL 376
AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY
PPS 331
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
PSC 120
THE AMERICAN POLITICAL SYSTEM
PSC 216
AMERICAN POLITICAL CULTURE
PSC 217
WOMEN AND POLITICS
PSC 218
AFRICAN-AMERICAN POLITICS
PSC 219
TOPICS IN POLITICAL CULTURE
PSC 221
CONGRESS AND THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS
PSC 223
URBAN POLITICS
PSC 224
BUREAUCRACY AND POLITICS
PSC 225
STATE POLITICS
PSC 242
AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
PSC 260
LAW AND THE POLITICAL SYSTEM
PSC 261
FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS
PSC 262
RIGHTS OF DEFENDANTS
PSC 263
EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAWS
PSC 321
MASS MEDIA AND AMERICAN POLITICS
PSC 322
URBAN POLICYMAKING
PSC 323
CHICAGO GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
PSC 324
INEQUALITY IN AMERICAN SOCIETY
PSC 327
PUBLIC OPINION
PSC 328
ADVANCED TOPICS IN AMERICAN POLITICS
PSC 330
AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT
PSC 336
AFRICAN-AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT
PSC 339
ADVANCED TOPICS IN POLITICAL THOUGHT
PSC 362
THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
PSC 363
WOMEN AND THE LAW
PSC 367
IMMIGRATION LAW
PSY 346
PSYCHOLOGY OF THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN CHILD
REL 111
THE AMERICAN RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE
REL 115
THE AFRICAN AMERICAN RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE
REL 161
NATIVE AMERICAN RELIGIONS
REL 218
BLACK INTELLECTUAL TRADITIONS
REL 219
SLAVERY, RACE AND RELIGION
REL 224
RELIGION AND POLITICS IN THE UNITED STATES
REL 266
ISLAM IN THE UNTIED STATES
REL 384
THE CULTURE OF AMERICAN CATHOLICS
SOC 200
SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL WELFARE
SOC 203
RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS
SOC 208
LAW AND SOCIETY
SOC 214
POLICE AND THE URBAN COMMUNITY
SOC 221
INTRODUCTION TO THE U.S HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
SOC 231
RACE AND ETHNICITY IN THE CITY
SOC 236
IMMIGRATION, HEALTH AND ILLNESS
SOC 245
URBAN SOCIOLOGY
SOC 248
WHITE RACISM
SOC 253
SLAVERY AND RACIALIZATION
SOC 313
SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION
SOC 315
LAW, POWER AND RESISTANCE
SOC 316
STREET GANGS
SOC 340
SOCIAL INEQUALITY
SOC 344
POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY
SOC 347
CLASS, POWER AND DECISION MAKING IN THE CITY
SOC 351
HEALTH DISPARITIES
WGS 100
WOMEN'S LIVES:RACE/CLASS/GENDER
WGS 212
GROWING UP FEMALE IN THE U.S.
WGS 215
GENDER AND EDUCATION
WGS 250
FEMINIST FRAMEWORKS
WGS 255
DECONSTRUCTING THE DIVA
WGS 275
BLACK FEMINIST THEORIES IN A U.S. CONTEXT
WGS 303
GENDER, VIOLENCE AND RESISTANCE
WGS 306
GENDER AND FAMILIES
WGS 314
ANTIRACIST FEMINISMS
WGS 316
REPRESENTATIONS OF THE BODY
WGS 326
WOMEN AND LAW
WGS 362
INTRODUCTION TO TRANSGENDER STUDIES
WGS 386
BLACK WOMEN'S EXPERIENCES: VARIABLE TOPICS
WGS 388
QUEER THEORY: AN INTRODUCTION

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