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Race or Ethnicity Requirement

Students who are new to the College of LSA (that is, first time enrolled as an LSA student) in the Fall Term of 1991, and thereafter, must (in any term before graduation) receive credit for one of the approved Race or Ethnicity (ROE) courses such as appear in this listing. Each term's listing will vary as courses are added or deleted by the College of LSA Curriculum Committee. At the time of this publication only Anthropology 101, University Courses 298 and 299, and Women's Studies 240 have been granted blanket approval for meeting the requirement. Otherwise it is most important that you are careful to elect the section of the course taught by the faculty member whose name is listed with the course. Other sections of the course have not been approved to meet this requirement and may not be substituted. Courses meeting the ROE requirement may also help meet either distribution or concentration or composition requirements.

Advanced Placement credit can not be applied toward this requirement.

This list is subject to change by the College of LSA Curriculum Committee.

Please direct any questions regarding fulfillment of the LSA Race or Ethnicity requirement to your advisor or to LSA Checkpoint at POINT10

Winter 1994 Race or Ethnicity Courses

Afroamerican African Studies (Division 311)

*303/Sociology 303. Racial and Cultural Contacts.

427/Anthro. 427/WS 427. African Women.
(Clark)

American Culture (Division 315)

210. Topics in Ethnic Studies.
Section 001 Memory of Fire: Native American Testimony and Imagination. (Coomes/Galvez)

*205. American Cultures.
Section 001. (Bell)

*211. Introduction to Latino Studies.
Section 001 Growing Up Latino/a. (de la Vega-Hurtado)

240/WS 240. Introduction to Women's Studies.

304/Soc. 304. American Immigration.
(Pedraza)

311. Topics in Ethnic Studies.
*Section 001 Race, Ethnicity, and American Cinema. (de la Vega-Hurtado)
Section 002 Cultures and Places: Going to Miami. (Leon)

410. Hispanics in the United States.
Section 001 La Latina. (Moya-Raggio)

498. Literary Approaches to American Culture.
Section 002 Narratives of the Borderland Self: Women and Exile. (Behar)

Biological Anthropology (Division 318)

362. Problems of Race.
(Brace)

Cultural Anthropology (Division 319)

101. Introduction to Anthropology.
(Robertson)

427/CAAS 427/WS 427. African Women.
(Clark)

447. Culture, Racism, and Human Nature.
(Williams)

458. Topics in Cultural Anthropology.
Section 003 Narratives of the Borderland Self. (Behar)

474/Ling. 410. Language and Discrimination: Language as Social Statement.
(Lippi-Green)

Asian Studies (Division 323)

112/Hist. 152. Southeast Asian Civilization.
(Lieberman)

122/Hist. 122. Modern Transformation of East Asia.
(Murphey)

Communication (Division 352)

202. Freedom of Expression.
(Lowenstein)

Comprehensive Studies Program (Division 350)

105. Reading and Writing Seminar: Insiders/Outsiders.
Section 001. (Zorn)

English Language and Literature (Division 361)

230. Introduction to Short Story and Novel.
Section 001 Honors. (Eby)

317. Literature and Culture. Section 007 Cultures and Places: Going to Miami. (Leon)

319. Literature and Social Change.
Section 002 U.S. Writers on the Left: from the 1930s to the 1960s. (Wald)

417. Senior Seminar.
Section 005 An Idea of Limits: Expectations of Race, Gender Culture in Contemporary American Poetry and Related Locations. (Moss)

History (Division 390)

122/Asian Studies 122. Modern Transformation of East Asia.
(Murphey)

152/Asian Studies 112. Southeast Asian Civilization.
(Lieberman)

161. United States, 1865 to the Present.
(McDonald)

366. 20th Century American Wars as Social and Personal Experience.
(Collier)

*371/WS 371. Women in U.S. History Since 1870.
Section 001. (Johnson)

382. History of the Jews from the Spanish Expulsion to the Eve of Enlightenment.
(Bodian)

386. The Holocaust.
(Endelman)

396. History Colloquium.
Section 001 The Church and the Jews. (Bodian)

477. Latin America: The National Period.
(Caulfied)

College Honors (Division 395)

250. Sophomore Seminar.
Section 002 Integration, Segregation, and Diversity in Contemporary America. (B. Allen)

Judaic Studies (Division 407)

451/Poli. Sci. 451. The Politics and Culture of Modern East European Jewry.
(Gitelman)

Linguistics (Division 423)

410/Anthro. 474. Language and Discrimination: Language as Social Statement.
(Lippi-Green)

Near Eastern Studies

General Near East (Division 439)

140. Introduction to Arabic Culture and Language.
(Rammuny)

275. Islam and the West to 1800.
(Bonner)

Philosophy (Division 442)

355 and 455. Contemporary Moral Problems.
(Anderson)

Pilot Program (Division 445)

189/Soc. 204. Intergroup Relations and Conflict.
(Schoem)

Political Science (Division 450)

445. Eastern Europe: Revolution, Reaction, and Reform.
(Gitelman)

451/Judaic Studies 451. The Politics and Culture of Modern East European Jewry.
(Gitelman)

Psychology (Division 455)

*401. Special Probems in Psychology as a Social Science.
Section 001 Doing and Resisting Evil Collectively: The Psychology of the Holocaust. (Landman)

490. Political Psychology.
(Winter)

Residential College

*Social Science 360. Social Science Junior Seminar.
Section 005 Doing and Resisting Evil Collectively: The Psychology of the Holocaust. (Landman)

Slavic Languages and Literatures

Russian 222/UC 176. Russia Today.
(Makin)

Slavic Surveys 221/UC175. Ukraine, Armenia and the Baltics: Culture and Ethnicity in the Other Europe.
(Bardakjian)

Sociology (Division 482)

102. Contemporary Social Issues: An Introduction to Sociology.
*Section 008 Sociology Through Theory. (Goçek)
Section 015 Introduction to Sociology Through Inequality in America. (Blum)

204/Pilot 189. Intergroup Relations and Conflict.
(Schoem)

*303/CAAS 303. Racial and Cultural Contacts.

304/Amer. Cult. 304. American Immigration.
(Pedraza)

*435. The Urban Community.
(Deskins)

444. The American Family.
(Adams)

University Courses (Division 495)

175/Slavic Surveys 221. Ukraine, Armenia and the Baltics: Culture and Ethnicity in the Other Europe.
(Bardakjian)

176/Russian 222. Russia Today.
(Makin)

251. Collegiate Seminar.
Section 002 Perspectives on the Holocaust. (Ginsburg)

Women's Studies (Division 497)

240/Amer. Cult. 240. Introduction to Women's Studies.

*371/Hist. 371. Women in U.S. History Since 1870.
Section 001. (Johnson)

427/Anthro. 427/CAAS 427. African Women. (Clark)

483. Special Topics.
Section 002 Women and Exile. (Behar)
Section 005 La Latina. (Moya-Raggio)

 

 

 

*The following courses were added retroactively to the list:

American Culture 205 (Bell) 2/1/94

History/WS 371 (Johnson) 2/1/94

Sociology 303 (generic) 3/1/94

Sociology 102.008 (Goçek) 4/5/94

Sociology 435. (Deskins) 4/5/94

American Culture 211.001 (Hurtado) 10/4/94

American Culture 311.001 (Hurtado) 10/4/94

Psychology 401.001 (Landman) 10/4/94

RC SocSci 360.005 (Landman) 10/4/94

 


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