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Perspectives on Race and Class

Course Requirements

Course Title Quarter Hours
Select four from the following:16
WGS 212
GROWING UP FEMALE IN THE U.S.
WGS 215
GENDER AND EDUCATION
WGS 275
BLACK FEMINIST THEORIES IN A U.S. CONTEXT
WGS 303
GENDER, VIOLENCE AND RESISTANCE
WGS 306
GENDER AND FAMILIES
WGS 307
WOMEN IN THE MIDDLE EAST: BEYOND THE VEIL
WGS 314
ANTIRACIST FEMINISMS
WGS 316
REPRESENTATIONS OF THE BODY
WGS 326
WOMEN AND LAW
WGS 386
BLACK WOMEN'S EXPERIENCES: VARIABLE TOPICS
WGS 390
WOMEN ACROSS CULTURES
ABD 379
BLACK FEMINIST THEORY
ANT 314
ANTHROPOLOGY OF GENDER
LST 202
CONSTRUCTING LATINO COMMUNITIES
LST 307
GROWING UP LATINO/LATINA IN THE U.S.

This list includes examples of courses that fulfill concentration requirements. This list is not, however, an exhaustive list of courses students can take to fulfill the concentration. Majors should work with their department advisors to develop the courses they will take toward their concentration.

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