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Winter Session 2024

Did you know there are two courses offered during the Winter Session which will fulfill the new Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice (DEISJ) core requirement?

SOC 2140 Race and Ethnicity is a 3-credit course which examines the state of race relations in the United States and other industrialized nations. Topics include racial and ethnic stratification, systems of oppression, mechanisms for integration, pluralism, assimilation, and racial politics.

LIT 2388 Literature of the African Diaspora is a 4-credit course exploring literature by 21st century writers of African descent living around the globe, with special focus on the Black Atlantic region. Students consider the texts’ engagement with issues of modernity, postmodernity, identity, belonging, and citizenship. 

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Need more information? Talk to your academic advisor during Advising Week (November 6-10) about taking an accelerated online asynchronous course (no scheduled class time) over the winter break. Earn up to 4 credits in four weeks! 

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