Black Studies in Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Class: Intermediate

3 credits


Black Studies
College of Arts and Science

This course explores the historical and contemporary dimensions of social inequality centered in gender, race, class and sexuality. Using an interdisciplinary lens and feminist analysis this course will analyze social, cultural, political and economic experiences of various individuals and communities. Readings, lectures, films and discussions will focus on diverse structures of power and inequality and their relationship to constructions of patriarchy, capitalism, heterosexism, racism, nationality, and ability. Emphasis will be placed on the socially constructed definitions of various groups and how these definitions affect individual and group experiences. Graded on A-F basis only. Recommended: BL_STU 1000.


Can only count for one of these categories.