College of Arts and Science
This course introduces students to basic terminology, historical and contemporary dimensions of social inequality centered in race, gender, class and sexuality. Using multidisciplinary lenses to examine social, cultural, political and economic experiences of diverse Black populations, communities and individuals to learn core concepts: race, class, gender, and sexuality toward understanding the implications of socially-constructed identities for distinct groups of Black societies navigating various gendered modes of being. Graded on A-F basis only. Recommended: BL_STU 1000.