The Course Development Program is designed to:

(1) expand the critical mass across the curriculum of courses that address questions of race and diversity,

(2) maximize the impact of these courses on the College curriculum.


LINK OVERVIEW

Revised Courses

First Year Courses

New Courses

Team-taught Courses

Humanities

Social Sciences

Interdisciplinary Courses

 



Revised Courses

Comparative North American Studies 10: The Problem of Race in U.S. Social Thought and Policy
Political Science 42: Race, Ethnicity and Politics

Psychology 49: Experimentation and Statistics

Psychology 73: Health Psychology

 

New Courses

Anthropology 50: Doing and Undoing Race
Communication Studies 88: Whiteness and the Media
French 50: Culture and Identity Throught French, African, Caribbean and North American Film
History 50: Historians and Race
History 50: Notions of Citizenship in the Hispanic World
History 50: Identity Politics and Citizenship in the Hispanic World
Music 50: Popular Music in Theory and Practice (Also Humanities and Cultural Studies 50)
Spanish 50: Made in the USA: Hispanics, Hybrid Identities and Fictional Spaces

 

First Year Courses

Anthropology 50: Doing and Undoing Race
French 50: Culture and Identity Throught French, African, Caribbean and North American Film
History 50: Historians and Race
History 50: Notions of Citizenship in the Hispanic World
Spanish 50: Made in the USA: Hispanics, Hybrid Identities and Fictional Spaces

 

Arts

Music 50: Popular Music in Theory and Practice (Also Humanities and Cultural Studies 50)

 

Humanities

French 50: Culture and Identity Throught French, African, Caribbean and North American Film
History 50: Historians and Race
History 50: Notions of Citizenship in the Hispanic World

 

Interdisciplinary Courses

Comparative North American Studies 10: The Problem of Race in U.S. Social Thought and Policy

Social Sciences

Anthropology 50: Doing and Undoing Race
Communication Studies 88: Whiteness and the Media
Political Science 42: Race, Ethnicity and Politics
Psychology 49: Experimentation and Statistics
Psychology 73: Health Psychology

 

Team Taught Courses

Communication Studies 88: Whiteness and the Media