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Minor in Inequality Studies: Comprehensive List of Eligible Courses

(updated 4/26/2016)

Core Requirement

Controversies About Inequality (SOC 2220, DSOC 2220, PAM 2220, ILROB 2220, PHIL 1950, AMST 2225, GOVT 2225)

Overview Courses (select one)

Economic Analysis of the Welfare State (ILRLE 4426, ECON 3450)
Comparative Social Inequalities (DSOC 3700, SOC 3710)
Social Inequality (SOC 2208, PAM 2208, DSOC 2090)
Managing Diversity: Policies and Practices (ILROB 6260) [note this course is no longer offered]
Race and Public Policy (PAM 3370, SOC 3370) [note this course is no longer offered]
Families and Social Inequality (PAM 4470, SOC 4470) [note this course is no longer offered]

Electives (select four- the overview course and electives must be distributed across three different departments)

AFRICANA STUDIES AND RESEARCH CENTER

Black Spirituality, Religion, and Protest (ASRC 2112, AMST 2112, HIST 2112, RELST 2112)
The Black Family and the Socialization of Black Children (ASRC 2160, HD 2710)
Masculinities (ASRC 2200, FGSS 2230, LGBT 2230)
The Past and Present of Precolonial Africa (ASRC 2306, HIST 2550)
The White Image in the Black Mind (ASRC 2307, HIST 2412)
Music of the African Diaspora (ASRC 2350, MUSIC 2350)
Civil Rights vs. Human Rights in the Black Freedom Struggle (ASRC 2353, AMST 2353, HIST 2353)
Enslaved! Then and Now (ASRC 2411, AMST 2411, HIST 2411)
Obama and the Meaning of Race (ASRC 2504)
Black Women in the 20th Century (ASRC 2512, AMST 2512, FGSS 2512, HIST 2512)
From Blues to Hip Hop: Music and Social Movements (ASRC 2525, AMST 2535, HIST 2525)
Introduction to African American Literature (ASRC 2650, AMST 2650, ENGL 2650)
Representing Brooklyn: Race, Place, and Popular Culture (ASRC 3020, ANTHR 3020, AMST 3020)
Black Women and Political Leadership (ASRC 3206, FGSS 3206)
African American History: From the Age of Booker T. Washington to the Age of Barack Obama (ASRC 3304, AMST 3304, HIST 3304)
Motor City Blues: Detroit, America’s Past, America’s Future? (ASRC 3305, ENGL 3653)
Race, Class, Gender, and Violence (ASRC 3340, ENGL 3340)
Beyoncé Nation (ASRC 3350, AMST 3355, ENGL 3950, FGSS 3350)
Being and Becoming Black (ASRC 3400, AMST 3402, ANTHR 3400, LSP 3400)
Blaxploitation Film and Photography (ASRC 3505, AMST 3515, ARTH 3505, FGSS 3505, PMA 3505, VISST 3505)
Hip Hop: Conflict and Controversy (ASRC 3511)
Black Panther Party Autobiography: Writing the Activist Self, 1966-2016 (ASRC 3512, AMST 3512, ENGL 3912)
Modeling Race, Fashioning Beauty (ASRC 3550, AMST 3560, FGSS 3540)
The Black Radical Tradition in the U.S. (ASRC 3590, AMST 3590, HIST 3590)
Government and Politics in Africa (ASRC 3600)
U.S. Education, Oppression, Resistance (ASRC 3604)
bell hooks Books: From Feminism to Autobiography (ASRC 3700, FGSS 3701, ENGL 3775)
Contemporary African American Poetry (ASRC 3740, AMST 3742, ENGL 3740)
The Willard Straight Takeover and the Legacy of Black Students (ASRC 4115)
Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities (ASRC 4208)
On MAN: Sociogenesis and Subjectivation (ASRC 4241, FGSS 4241, LGBT 4241)
Black Leaders and Movements in African American History (ASRC 4301, AMST 4301, HIST 4301)
Nationalism and Decolonization in Africa (ASRC 4303, HIST 4303)
Race & Social Entrepreneurship, Environmental Justice and Urban Reform (ASRC 4330, AMST 4033)
Reconstruction and the New South (ASRC 4390, AMST 4039, ASRC 6391, HIST 4390, HIST 6391)
Women in Hip Hop (ASRC 4402/6402, AMST 4402/6402, FGSS 4402/6402, LGBT 4402)
Black Women Writers of the South (ASRC 4403/6403, ENGL 4603, FGSS 4403)
African Women Writers Critique the Post Colonial State (ASRC 4501, ASRC 6105, ENGL 4501, FGSS 4501)
Picturing the U.S. Slave Narrative (ASRC 4503, ENGL 4503)
From the Harlem Renaissance to New Harlem Novels (ASRC 4508, ENGL 4508)
Sociology of Race and Education (ASRC 4516/6516, SOC 4520/6510)
Rastafari, Race, and Resistance (ASRC 4526, ARTH 4525, VISST 4625)
Politics and Social Change in the Caribbean (ASRC 4600, GOVT 4606, LATA 4601)
Educational Innovations in Africa and the Diaspora (ASRC 4601, EDUC 4590)
Women and Gender Issues in Africa (ASRC 4602/6602)
Politics and Social Change in Southern Africa (ASRC 4603, GOVT 4603)
The Family and Society in Africa (ASRC 4606, SOC 4780)
Race and Racism/Law and Society (ASRC 4805, AMST 4800, AMST 6800, GOVT 4805/6805, ASRC 6805)
Africana/Black Studies and Post Colonial Theory (ASRC 6514, ARTH 6514, ASRC 4514, ARTH 4514)
Education and Development in Africa (ASRC 6600, EDUC 5020)

AMERICAN STUDIES

Introduction to American Studies (AMST 1101)
Introduction to American Indian Studies I: Indigenous North America to 1890 (AMST 1600, AIS 1100)
Introduction to American Indian Studies II: Indigenous Issues in Global Perspectives (AMST 1601, AAS 1110)
The U.S.- Mexico Border: History, Culture, Representation (AMST 2250, HIST 2250, LATA 2250, LSP 2250)
Waiting for Superman? Perspectives on the Crisis in American K-12 Education (AMST 2560, PAM 2550)
Introduction to American Indian Literature (AMST 2600, ENGL 2600, AIS 2600)
Introduction to Asian American Literature (AMST 2620, ENGL 2620, AAS 2620)
Latinos in the United States (AMST 2655, DSOC 2650, SOC 2650, LSP 2010)
What’s Colonial About Early America? (AMST 2664, HIST 2664)
Culture and Politics of the 1960s (AMST 2680, ENGL 2680)
Social and Political Context of American Education (AMST 2710/5710, DSOC 2710/5710, EDUC 2710/5710, SOC 2710/5710)
Photography and the American Dream (AMST 3010, ARTH 3010, VISST 3010)
Race and Revolution in the Americas: 1770-1900 (AMST 3020)
Representing Brooklyn: Race, Place and Popular Culture (AMST 3020, ANTHR 3020, ASRC 3020)
African-American Women in Slavery and Freedom (AMST 3030, HIST 3030, FGSS 3070)
Recent History of American Workers (AMST 3060, ILRLR 3060)
Immigrant America: Race and Citizenship in Modern Working-Class History (AMST 3065, ILRLR 3065, LATA 3065, LSP 3065)
The Nature, Functions, and Limits of Law (AMST 3131, GOVT 3131, LAW 4131)
Prisons (AMST 3141, GOVT 3141)
Racial and Ethnic Politics in the U.S. (AMST 3191, LSP 3191, GOVT 3191)
African American History: From the Age of Booker T. Washington to the Age of Barack Obama (AMST 3304, ASRC 3304, HIST 3304)
Being and Becoming Black (AMST 3402, ASRC 3400, ANTHR 3400, LSP 3400)
Multicultural Issues in Education (AMST 3405, ANTHR 3405, EDUC 3405, LSP 3405)
Asian American Women’s History (AMST 3470, AAS 3470, HIST 3470, FGSS 3470)
Blaxploitation Film and Photography (AMST 3515, ARTH 3505, ASRC 3505, FGSS 3505, PMA 3505, VISST 3505)
The Black Radical Tradition in the U.S. (AMST 3590, ASRC 3590, HIST 3590)
Capitalism and Colonialism in Early American Literatures (AMST 3612, ENGL 3612)
The Race and Gender of Poverty in Literature and Film (AMST 3690, ENGL 3690, FGSS 3691)
Social Justice and Urban Issues: The Case of Washington and Its Environments (AMST 3854, CRP 3854, GOVT 3494)
African American Social History, from 1910 to the Present: Race, Work, and the City (AMST 3860, HIST 3760, ILRLR 3860, LAW 7060)
The Politics of Change (AMST 4112, GOVT 4112)
Treaties and Indigenous Rights in North American History [Rabinor Seminar] (AMST 4301, ASRC 4301, HIST 4301)
African Americans, Inequality, and K-16 Education in America [Rabinor Seminar] (AMST 4301, ASRC 4301, HIST 4301)
The Rabinor Seminar: “Building a Verbal-Visual Movement: Chicano/a & US Latino/a Art Stories” (AMST 4301, ENGL 4620, LSP 4620)
Citizens United and OWS in U.S. History (AMST 4314, HIST 4314, ILRLR 4814)
Women in Hip Hop (AMST 4402/6402, ASRC 4402/6402, FGSS 4402/6402)
Critical Race Theory (AMST 4587/6587, GOVT 4578/6578)
Black Manhattan: 1919-1940 (AMST 4670, ENGL 4670)
Immigration Since 1965 (AMST 4850, HIST 4850, LSP 4850)
Race and Racism/Law and Society (AMST 4800/6800, GOVT 4805/6805, ASRC 4805/6805)
Jim Crow and Execution-Era in America (AMST 4970/6970, HIST 4970/6970, AAS 4970)

AMERICAN INDIAN AND INDIGENOUS STUDIES

Introduction to American Indian Studies I: Indigenous North America to 1890 (AIIS 1100, AMST 1600)
Introduction to American Indian Studies II: Contemporary Issues in Indigenous North America (AIIS 1110, AMST 1601)
Introduction to American Indian Studies II: Indigenous Issues in Global Perspectives (AIIS 1110, AMST 1601)
Indigenous Women’s Experiences (AIIS 2400)
Introduction to American Indian Literature (AIIS 2600, ENGL 2600, AMST 2600)
Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong: Unlearning Native American History (AIIS 2660, HIST 2660, AMST 2660)
Social Movements (AIIS 3110, DSOC 3110, LSP 3110)
Anthropology of Colonialism (AIIS 3530, AMST 3453, ANTHR 3453)
Thinking from a Different Place: Indigenous Philosophies (AIIS 3560, AMST 2562, ENGL 3560)
Health and Survival Inequalities (AIIS 4100, DSOC 4100, FGSS 4100, SOC 4100)
Locke and the Philosophies of Dispossession: Indigenous America’s Interruptions and Resistances (AIIS 4200, PHIL 4941, AMST 4220)
Contemporary Native American Fiction (AIIS 4625, AMST 4625, ENGL 4625)
Native American Poetry of Resistance (AIIS 4670, ENGL 4670, AMST 4670)
Indigenous Peoples and Globalization (AIIS 6350, DSOC 6350, LATA 6350)

ANIMAL SCIENCE

Feeding the World: The Biological and Quantitative Analyses of Livestock and Crop System (ANSC 4000, IARD 4000)

ANTHROPOLOGY

Cultural Diversity and Contemporary Issues (ANTHR 2400)
Sex and Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective (ANTHR 2421, FGSS 2421)
Slavery and Human Trafficking (ANTHR 2428)
Drugs and Social Justice (ANTHR 2920, FGSS 2220)
Criminal Justice and Prison Worlds (ANTHR 2935)
Inequality and the Global Economy (ANTHR 3026)
Being and Becoming Black (ANTHR 3400, AMST 3402, ASRC 3400, LSP 3400)
Multicultural Issues in Education (ANTHR 3405, AMST 3405, EDUC 3405, LSP 3405)
Jewish Ethnography (ANTHR 3438, NES 3438)
Democratizing Research: Participation, Action, and Research (ANTHR 3462/6462)
Minorities and Majorities in Asia (ANTHR 3546, ASIAN 3345)
A Global Controversy: How to Study a Human Rights Violation (ANTHR 3620, ASRC 3620, FGSS 3621)
Asians in the Americas: A Comparative Perspective (ANTHR 3703, AAS 3030)
Law, Latin@s, Illegality (ANTHR 3762, AMST 3762, LSP 3762)
Through the Prison Threshold (ANTHR 4071, GOVT 4867, SHUM 4871, SOC 4860)
Temporalities of Empire, Nation, and Colonial Difference (ANTHR 4109, AAS 4509, SHUM 4509)
Science, Medicine, the Body: A Critical Race and Feminist Inquiry (ANTHR 4114, FGSS 4114, STS 4741)
Anthropology of Education (ANTHR 4402, EDUC 4402)
Gender Theory (ANTHR 4427, FGSS 4427)
Ethnicity and Identity Politics: An Anthropological Perspective (ANTHR 4479/7479, AAS 4790/7479)
The Sexual Politics of Religion (ANTHR 4490, FGSS 4290, LGBT 4290, RELST 4240)
Jewish Cities (ANTHR 4620, HIST 4520, JWST 4520, NES 4520)
Proseminar: Culture and Symbol (ANTHR 6000)

APPLIED ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT

Contemporary Controversies in the Global Economy (AEM 2000)
Social Entrepreneurs, Innovators, and Problem Solvers (AEM 3380)
Agricultural and Food Policy (AEM 4310/6300, ECON 4840)
Economics of Food and Malnutrition (AEM 4485)
Economics of Agricultural Development (AEM 4640, ECON 4640)
Policy Analysis: Welfare Theory, Agriculture, and Trade (AEM 4310/6300, ECON 4840)
Topics in Economic Development (AEM 6670, ECON 7700)

ASIAN STUDIES

Women and Society in China (ASIAN 2267, CAPS 2267, FGSS 2267)
Asian Minorities (ASIAN 3345, ANTHR 3546)
Theorizing Gender and Race in Asian Histories and Literatures (ASIAN 3388/6688, COML 3980/6680, FGSS 3580/6580)
Gender and Sexuality in Southeast Asia (ASIAN 4416/6618, HIST 4160/6160, FGSS 4160/6160)

ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES

Introduction to Asian American Studies (AAS 1100)
Asian American Communities (AAS 2041, HIST 2041, AMST 2041)
Introduction to Asian American History (AAS 2130, HIST 2640, AMST 2640)
Introduction to Asian American Literature (AAS 2650, AMST 2620, ENGL 2620)
Asians in the Americas: A Comparative Perspective (AAS 3030, ANTHR 3703)
Asian American Women’s History (AAS 3470, HIST 3470, FGSS 3470, AMST 3470)
The Asian American Middle Class (AAS 3515, AMST 3520, HIST 3515)
Twentieth Century Women Writers of Color in the Americas (AAS 3580, AMST 3580, ENGL 3580, FGSS 3581)
Ethnicity and Identity Politics: An Anthropological Perspective (AAS 4790/7479, ANTHR 4479/7479)
Jim Crow and Exclusion-Era America (AAS 4970/6970, HIST 4970/6970)

BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY

Ethical Issues in Health and Medicine (BSOC 2051, STS 2051)
Ethics and the Environment (BSOC 2061, PHIL 2460, STS 2061)

CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING

The Global City (CRP 1101)
People, Planning, and Politics in the City (CRP 2010)
Ethics, Development, and Globalization (CRP 3011/6011)
Regional Economical Impact Analysis (CRP 3270)
Social Justice and the City: Preparation for Urban Fieldwork (CRP 3310)
Affordable Housing Policy and Programs (CRP 3430/6430)
Special Topics: Planning Theory and Politics: Gender and Sexuality in Urban Planning (CRP 3850/6190)
Social Justice and Urban Issues: The Case of Washington and Its Environments (CRP 3854, AMST 3854)
Urban Economics (CRP 4040/5040)
Devolution, Privatization, and the New Public Management (CRP 4120, AEM 4330)
Economic Development (CRP 4170)
Seminar on Issues in African Development (CRP 4770)
International Planning and Development Workshop (CRP 5076)
Current Issues and Debates on NGOs (CRP 6150)
Qualitative Methods (CRP 6201)
Urban Transformations in the Global South (CRP 6740)

COMMUNICATION

Sex, Gender, and Communication (COMM 2840, FGSS 2840)
Educational Psychology (COMM 3110, EDUC 3110, HD 3110)

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

An Introduction to the Literature of Colonialism (COML 3040)
Political Theory and Cinema (COML 3300, GERST 3550, GOVT 3705, PMA 3490)
The European Novel (COML 3630)
Theorizing Gender and Race in Asian Histories and Literatures (COML 3980/6680, ASIAN 3388, ASIAN 6688, FGSS 3580, FGSS 6580)
Marx, Freud, Nietzsche (COML 4250, GERST 4150, GOVT 4735)
Studies in Contemporary World Fiction (COML 4580)
Imagining the Holocaust (COML 4830, GERST 4570, ENGL 4580, JWST 4580)
Comparison and Cultural Difference (COML 6090)

DEVELOPMENT SOCIOLOGY

Introduction to Sociology (DSOC 1101)
Population Dynamics (DSOC 2010, SOC 2202)
Perspectives on International Agriculture and Rural Development (DSOC 2020, IARD 2020)
International Development (DSOC 2050, SOC 2206)
Sociology of Health and Ethnic Minorities (DSOC 2200, LSP 2200)
Latinos in the United States (DSOC 2650, AMST 2655, LSP 2010, SOC 2650)
America’s Promise: Social and Political Context of American Education (DSOC 2710/5710, AMST 2710/5710, EDUC 2710/5710, SOC 2710/5710)
Immigration and a Changing America (DSOC 2750)
Technology, Society, and Development (DSOC 2080)
Theories of Society and Development (DSOC 3010)
Immigration and Public Policy (DSOC 3040, PAM 3040)
Education, Inequality, and Development (DSOC 3050)
Farmworkers: Contemporary Issues and Their Implications (DSOC 3060)
Social Indicators and Introduction to Social Science Research (DSOC 3130)
Rethinking Global Development: New Frameworks for Understanding Poverty, Inequality & Growth in 21C (DSOC 3200/5200)
Gender and Global Change (DSOC 3230)
Rural Areas In Metropolitan Society (DSOC 3360)
Agriculture, Food, Sustainability and Social Justice (DSOC 3400)
Health and Survival Inequalities (DSOC 4100, AIS 4100, FGSS 4100, SOC 4100)
Theories of Reproduction (DSOC 4210, FGSS 4210, SOC 4210)
Human Migration: Internal and International (DSOC 4300/6300)
Population and Development (DSOC 4380/6380)
Agents of Change: Community Organizing for the Public Good (DSOC 4820, NTRES 4820, PMA 4820)
Population, Environment, and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa (DSOC 495)
Land Reform Old and New (DSOC 643)
Indigenous Peoples and Globalization (DSOC 6350, AIS 6350, LATA 6350)

ECONOMICS

Equilibrium and Welfare Economics (ECON 3370)
Women in the Economy (ECON 3440, FGSS 4460, ILRLE 4450)
Economic Development (ECON 3710)
Economics of Education (ECON 3760, PAM 3550)
Equilibrium and Welfare Economics (ECON 4070)
History of Economic Analysis (ECON 4170)
Economics of Analysis of Politics (ECON 4290)
Policy Analysis: Welfare Theory, Agriculture, and Trade (ECON 4300, AEM 6300)
Women in the Economy (ECON 4570, FGSS 4460, ILRLE 4450)
Development Economics (ECON 4560)
Health, Poverty, and Inequality: A Global Perspective (ECON 3910, NS 4740)
Policy Analysis: Welfare Theory, Agriculture, and Trade (ECON 4840, AEM 4310)
Health Economics I (ECON 6410, PAM 6410)
Seminar in Labor Economics I (ECON 7420, ILRLE 7450)
Seminar in Labor Economics II (ECON 7430, ILRLE 7460)
Topics in Economic Development (ECON 7700, AEM 6670)
Economics of Development (ECON 7720, ILRLE 7490)
Economic Development (ECON 7730)

EDUCATION

Introduction to Adult Learning: CLASP Democratic Education Seminar I (EDUC 2200)
Methods and Contexts of Adult Learning: Leading and Teaching with Purpose (EDUC 2210)
Social and Political Context of American Education (EDUC 2710/5710, AMST 2710/5710, DSOC 2710/5710, SOC 2710/5710)
Educational Psychology (EDUC 3110, COMM 3110, HD 3110)
Multicultural Issues in Education (EDUC 3405, AMST 3405, ANTRH 3405, LSP 3405)
Women, Girls, and Gender in Education (EDUC 4458, ANTHR 4458, ANTHR 7458, EDUC 7458, FGSS 4458, FGSS 7458)
Multicultural Issues in Education (EDUC 4510, AMST 4510, LSP 4510)
Educational Innovations in Africa and the Diaspora (EDUC 4590, ASRC 4601)
Education and Development in Africa (EDUC 5020, ASRC 6600)
Diversity in the Classroom (EDUC 5030, LSP 5060)

ENGLISH

Introduction to American Literature: Civil War to the Present (ENGL 2040, AMST 2040)
Introduction to Cultural Studies (ENGL 2090)
Introduction to Latino/a Literature (ENGL 2400, AMST 2401, LSP 2400)
Introduction to African Literature: Sex, Violence, and Power (ENGL 2550, ASRC 2550, COMM 2280)
Imagining the Holocaust (ENGL 2580, COML 2580, JWST 2580)
Introduction to Native American Literature (ENGL 2600, AIS 2600, AMST 2600)
Introduction to Asian American Literature (ENGL 2620, AAS 2620, AMST 2620)
Studies in Film Analysis: Hitchcock (ENGL 2630, FGSS 2630, PMA 2640)
Introduction to African American Literature (ENGL 2650, AMST 2650)
Introduction to Asian American Literature (ENGL 2620, AAS 2620, AMST 2620)
Culture and Politics of the 1960s (ENGL 2680, AMST 2680)
Literatures of the Black Atlantic: Reading the Contemporary (ENGL 2770)
Body as Text: Pleasure and Danger (ENGL 2780, FGSS 2780, LGBT 2780)
Freedom Writes (ENGL 2870, ASRC 2870)
Race, Class, and Violence (ENGL 3340, ASRC 3340)
The Victorian Novel (ENGL 3470)
Studies in Women’s Literature: Feminist Literary Traditions (ENGL 3480, FGSS 3480)
Imagining India, Home, and Diaspora (ENGL 3530)
Thinking from a Different Place: Indigenous Philosophies (ENGL 3560, AIS 3560, AMST 3562)
Feminist Literary Traditions (ENGL 3585, FGSS 3585)
Capitalism and Colonialism in Early American Literatures (ENGL 3612, AMST 3612)
Indigenous Representation in Film (3665)
Modern American Fiction (ENGL 3670, AMST 3670)
Growing up Latina/o (ENGL 3685, AMST 3685, LSP 3685)
Fast-Talking Dames and Sad Ladies: 1940s and Now (ENGL 3690, FGSS 3690, FILM 3690)
The Race and Gender of Poverty in Literature and Film (ENGL 3690, AMST 3690)
Food, Gender, and Culture (ENGL 3721, AMST 3720, FGSS 3720)
Femininity as Masquerade (ENGL 3725, FGSS 3725, LGBT 3725)
Contemporary African American Poetry (ENGL 3740, AMST 3742, ASRC 3740)
Slavery in 20th-Century Film and Fiction (ENGL 3740, AMST 3681)
Studies in African American Literature: 1940 – present (ENGL 3740)
Literature and Human Rights (ENGL 3930)
Policing and Prisons in American Culture (ENGL 3970, AMST 3970)
Latina/o Popular Culture (ENGL 3980, LSP 3980, AMST 3981)
Literature as Moral Inquiry (ENGL 4020)
Reading the 19th Century American Novel (ENGL 4460, AMST 4460)
African Diaspora Women Writers (ENGL 4501, ASRC 4501, FGSS 4501)
Picturing the U.S. Slave Narrative (ENGL 4503, ASRC 4503)
Gender, Memory, and History in 20th Century Fiction (ENGL 4521, FGSS 4521, AMST 4521)
Twentieth Century Women Writers of Color in the Americas (ENGL 4530, AAS 4530, AMST 4530, ASRC 4530, FGSS 4530)
Race and Time (ENGL 4550, AAS 4555)
Traffic: Drugs, Bodies, Books (ENGL 4565, AMST 4565, LATA 4565, LSP 4565)
Imagining the Holocaust (ENGL 4580, COML 4830, GERST 4570, JWST 4580)
Black Women Writers of the South (ENGL 4603, ASRC 4403, ASRC 6403, FGSS 4403)
Contemporary Native American Fiction (ENGL 4625, AIS 4625, AMST 4627)
Art! Poetry! Power! (ENGL 4635, ASRC 4635, AMST 4633, LSP 4635)
Contemporary U.S. American Indian Poetry (ENGL 4662, AMST 4662, AMST 4670)
Black Manhattan: 1919-1940 (ENGL 4670, AMST 4670)
Islands of Globalization (ENGL 4720/6720)
New Latinx Writing (ENGL 4720, AMST 4720, LSP 4720)
Writing Activism: Early African-American Literature and Freedom Struggles (ENGL 4737, AMST 4737, ASRC 4737)
Global Women’s Literature (ENGL 4760, FGSS 4760)
Advanced Seminar in American Literature: Visual Culture and Women’s Literature (ENGL 4790, AMST 4790, FGSS 4790, VISST 4800)
Transgender and Transexuality (ENGL 4791, FGSS 4791)
Black Feminist Theories: Sexuality, Creativity, Power (ENGL 6207, ASRC 6207, FGSS 6207, COML 6465)
Cultural Studies (ENGL 6671)

FEMINIST, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES

Introduction to Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (FGSS 2010)
Introduction to Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Theories (FGSS 2020, VISST 2020)
Gender, Sex, Empire: Modern Middle East (FGSS 2170, HIST 2170, NES 2617)
Work and Family (FGSS 2203, SOC 2203)
Women and Society in China (FGSS 2267, ASIAN 2267, CAPS 2267)
Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies (FGSS 2290)
Contemporary Narratives by Latina Writers (FGSS 2460, LSP 2460, SPANL 2460)
Feminism and Philosophy (FGSS 2490, PHIL 2490)
Studies in Film Analysis: Monsters and Misfits: Hollywood’s Misogynist Myths of Women (FGSS 2630, ENGL 2630, FILM 2650)
Women in American Society, Past and Present (FGSS 2730, HIST 2730, AMST 2730)
Roman Law: Slavery, Crime, and Gender (FGSS 2806, CLASS 2806)
Feminist Theory (FGSS 3000)
Sex, Power, and Politics (FGSS 3040, GOVT 3043)
African American Women in Slavery and Freedom (FGSS 3070, HIST 3030, AMST 3030)
History of Family in the U.S. (FGSS 3251, HIST 3251)
Refugees and the Politics of Vulnerability: Intersections of Feminist Theory and Practice (FGSS 3400)
Gender, Liberalism, and Postcolonial Theory (FGSS 3445, ANTHR 3445, GOVT 3765)
Contemporary Issues in Women’s Health (FGSS 3500, PAM 3500)
Gender and the Brain (FGSS 3210/6210, ANTHR 3421)
Asian American Women’s History (FGSS 3470, AMST 3470, AAS 3470, HIST 3470)
Blaxploitation Film and Photography (FGSS 3505, ASRC 3505, AMST 3515, ARTH 3505, PMA 3505, VISST 3505)
Theorizing Gender and Race in Asian Histories and Literatures (FGSS 3580, AIS 2600, AMST 2600, FGSS 6580)
Women and Unions (FGSS 3840, ILRCB 3840)
Gender and Sexual Minorities (FGSS 3850, HD 3840)
Reproductive Health Policy (FGSS 4051, PAM 4050)
Health and Survival Inequalities (FGSS 4100, AIS 4100, DSOC 4100, SOC 4100)
Introduction to Global Women’s Literature (FGSS 4760, ENGL 4760)
Gender and Sexuality in Southeast Asia (FGSS 4160, ASIAN 4416, HIST 4160)
Theories of Reproduction (FGSS 4210, DSOC 4210, SOC 4210)
Women in Hip Hop (FGSS 4402, AMST 4402, AMST 6402, ASRC 4402, ASRC 6402, FGSS 6402)
Black Women Writers of the South (FGSS 4403, ASRC 4403, ASRC 6403, ENGL 4603)
Historical Issues of Gender and Science (FGSS 4440, STS 4441)
Women in the Economy (FGSS 4460, ILRLE 4450, ECON 4570)
Radical Democratic Feminisms (FGSS 4680, GOVT 4685)
Global Women’s Literature (FGSS 4760, ENGL 4760)
Comparative History of Women and Work (FGSS 6360, ILRIC 6360)

FRENCH

Sexuality and Power (FREN 6210, FGSS 6210)
(Dis)ability Studies: A Brief History (FREN 3529, FGSS 3520)

GERMAN STUDIES

Political Theory and Cinema (GERST 3550, GOVT 3705, PMA 3490, COML 3300)
Introduction to Critical Theory (GERST 3620, COML 3541, GOVT 3636)
Opera and Culture (GERST 3740, MUSIC 3222, PMA 3723)
Marx, Freud, Nietzsche (GERST 4150, GOVT 4735, COML 4250)
Changing Worlds: Migration, Minorities, and German Literature (GERST 4420)
Imagining the Holocaust (GERST 4570, COML 4830, ENGL 4580, JWST 4580)
Introduction to Systems Theory (GERST 6190, COML 6185, ENGL 6952, GOVT 6616)

GOVERNMENT

Obama and the Meaning of Race (GOVT 2604, SOC 2560)
Equality, Liberty and Democracy (GOVT 2935, PHIL 1930, SOC 2930, CRP 2930)
Global Thinking (GOVT 2947)
Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (GOVT 3002)
The Politics of Poverty in the U.S. (GOVT 3012)
Social Movements in American Politics (GOVT 3021, AMST 3021)
The Politics of Public Policy in the U.S. (GOVT 3032)
Sex, Power, and Politics (GOVT 3043, FGSS 3040)
Introduction to Public Policy (GOVT 3071)
Urban Politics (GOVT 3111, AMST 3111)
The Nature, Functions, and Limits of Law (GOVT 3131, AMST 3131, LAW 4131)
Prisons (GOVT 3141, AMST 3141)
Incarceration, Policy Response, and Self-Reflection (GOVT 3142)
Prisons, Politics, and Policy (GOVT 3152)
Racial and Ethnic Politics (GOVT 3191, LSP 3191, AMST 3191)
Inequality & American Democracy (GOVT 3241, AMST 3241)
Politics of the Global North (GOVT 3303, ILRIC 4330)
Special Topics in Regional Development and Globalization (Cornell in Washington) (GOVT 3494, AMST 3854)
Social Justice and Urban Issues: The Case of Washington and Its Environments (GOVT 3494, CRP 3854, AMST 3854)
Modern Political Philosophy (GOVT 3625, PHIL 3460)
Human Rights and Global Justice (GOVT 3635, AMST 3635)
American Political Thought from Madison to Malcolm X (GOVT 3665, AMST 3665, HIST 3160)
Political Theory and Cinema (GOVT 3705, PMA 3490, COML 3300, GERST 3550)
Political Economy of Drug Violence (GOVT 3706)
Concepts of Race and Racism (GOVT 377)
Politics of 70’s Film (GOVT 3809)
History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (GOVT 3977, NEW 3697, JWST 3697, SOC 3970)
The Politics of Change (GOVT 4112)
The Politics of the Inner City (GOVT 4232)
Postcolonial Theory (GOVT 4265)
Latino Politics as Racial Politics (GOVT 4283, LSP 4283)
Education, Social Justice, and the Law (GOVT 4435/6635)
Critical Race Theory (GOVT 4578, AMST 4587, AMST 6587, GOVT 6578)
Radical Democratic Feminisms (GOVT 4685, FGSS 4680)
Marx, Freud, Nietzsche (GOVT 4735, COML 4250, GERST 4150)
Race and Racism/Law and Society (GOVT 4805, ASRC 4805, ASRC 6805, AMST 4800, AMST 6800, GOVT 6805)
Politics and Policy: Theory, Research, and Practice (GOVT 4998, AMST 4998, PAM 4998, ALS 4998)
Political Identity: Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism (GOVT 6101)
The Politics of Inequality (GOVT 6132)
The Politics of Immigration (GOVT 6454, LSP 6454)
States and Social Movements – also “Contentious Politics and Social Movements” (GOVT 6603, SOC 6600)
Politics of Transnationalism (GOVT 6817)

HORTICULTURAL SCIENCES

Climate Change and the Future of Food (PLHRT 3600)

HOTEL ADMINISTRATION

Labor in the Modern Service Economy (HADM 4840/6840)

HISTORY

African-American Women: 20th Century (HIST 2120, AMST 2120, FGSS 2120)
Gender and Colonization in Latin America (HIST 2160, LATA 2161)
Gender, Sexuality, and Empire: The View from the Modern Middle East (HIST 2170, NES 2617, FGSS 2170)
From the New Deal to the Age of Reagan (HIST 2220, AMST 2220)
The U.S.- Mexico Border: History, Culture, Representation (HIST 2250, AMST 2250, LSP 2250)
US Immigration Narratives (HIST 2251, AMST 2251, LSP 2251)
Seminar: Gender in Early Modern Europe (HIST 2340)
Antisemitism and the Crisis of Modernity (HIST 2350, JWST 2350)
Enslaved! Then and Now (HIST 2411)
The White Image in the Black Mind (HIST 2412, ASRC 2307)
The History of U.S. Prison (HIST 2422, ALS 4998, AMST 4998, PAM 4060)
Dazed and Confused: The Politics of Drug and Alcohol in US History (HIST 2423)
Race & Popular Culture (HIST 2510, AMST 2501)
Black Women to 1900 (HIST 2511, AMST 2511, ASRC 2511, FGSS 2511)
The Past and Present of Pre-Colonial Africa (HIST 2550, ASRC 2303)
Latinos in the US: Colonial to 1898 (HIST 2600, LSP 2600, AMST 2599)
Latinos in the US: 1898-Present (HIST 2610, LSP 2610, AMST 2610)
Introduction to Asian American History (HIST 2640, AMST 2640, AAS 2130)
Introduction to Native American History (HIST 2660, AMST 2660, AIS 2660)
Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong: Unlearning Native American History (HIST 2660, AIS 2660, AMST 2660)
What’s Colonial About Early America? (HIST 2664, AMST 2664)
The United States in the 1960s-1970s (HIST 2680)
Women in American Society, Past and Present (HIST 2730, FGSS 2730)
Latinos in US History (HIST 2800, AMST 2800, LSP 2800)
African-American Women in Slavery and Freedom (HIST 3030, AMST 3030, FGSS 3070)
Race and Revolution in the Americas: 1776-1900 (HIST 3031, AMST 3032, ASRC 3031, LATA 3031)
Modern Mexico: A Global History (HIST 3060, LATA 3060)
U.S. in the World (HIST 3140, AMST 3140, CAPS 3140)
American Political Thought: From Madison to Malcolm X (HIST 3160, GOVT/AMST 3665)
Race and Politics in 20th Century America (HIST 3231, AMST 3231)
History of Family in the U.S. (HIST 3251, FGSS 3251)
African American History: From the Age of Booker T. Washington to the Age of Barack Obama (HIST 3304, ASRC 3304, AMST 3304)
Crosscurrents in Contemporary LAM. (HIST 3331, ANTHR 3431, LATA 3300)
Asian American Women’s History (HIST 3470, FGSS 3470, AAS 3470, AMST 3470)
The Black Radical Tradition in the U.S. (HIST 3590, ASRC 3590, AMST 3590)
African Economic Development Histories (HIST 3652, ASRC 3652)
The African American Workers, 1865 to 1910: The Rural and Urban Experience (HIST 3750, ILRCB 3850)
African American Social History, from 1910 to the Present: Race, Work, and the City (HIST 3760, ILRCB 3860)
Latinos in U.S. History (HIST 3800, LSP 3800)
A History of African Nationalism, 1945 to 1994 (HIST 4070)
Women’s Activism and Social Change in the 20th Century U.S. (HIST/FGSS/AMST 4141)
Gender and Sexuality in Southeast Asia (HIST 4160, FGSS 4160, FGSS 6160, ASIAN 4416, LGBT 4160)
The Holocaust: The Personal and the Political (HIST 4171, JWST 4171)
The Politics of Inequality: The History of the U.S. Welfare State (HIST 4202, AMST 4202)
Religion and the State in Chinese History (HIST 4241)
Black Leaders and Movements in African American History (HIST 4301, AMST 4301, ASRC 4301)
To Be Enslaved Then and Now (HIST 4421)
The Politics of Imprisonment (HIST 4724, SHUM 4624
Science, Race, and Colonialism (HIST 4751, STS 4751)
Immigration: History, Theory, and Practice (HIST 4850, AMST 4850, LSP 4850)
Jim Crow and Execution-Era America (HIST 4970, HIST 6970, AMST 4970, AMST 6970, AAS 4970)
Afro-American Historiography (HIST 6101, AMST 6101)
Genocidal Regimes (HIST 6750)
Seminar in American Labor History (HIST 6830, ILRCB 7081)

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

Families and the Life Course (SOC 2500, HD 2500)
Social Gerontology: Aging and the Life Course (HD 2510, SOC 2510)
Black Families and the Socialization of Black Children (HD 2710, ASRC 2160)
Gender and Sexuality (HD 2840, FGSS 2850)
Children and the Law (HD 3330)
Racial and Ethnic Identity Development (HD 3510)
Risk and Opportunity Factors in Childhood and Adolescence (HD 3530)
Social Inequalities in Physical and Mental Health (HD 3570, SOC 4570)
Development of Human Sexuality (HD 3650)
Gender and Sexual Minorities (HD 3840, FGSS 3850)
Stress, Emotion, and Health (HD 4240)
Translational Research on Decision Making (HD 4250)
Cognitive, Social, and Developmental Aspects of Scientific Reasoning (HD 4320)
Families and Social Policy (HD 4560)
Health and Social Behavior (HD 4570, SOC 4570)
Transitions Across the Life Span (HD 4590)
Poverty, Children, and the Environment (HD 6650, DEA 6650)

INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Perspectives on International Agriculture and Rural Development (IARD 2020, DSOC 2020)
Global Seminar: Building Sustainable Environments and Secure Food Systems for a Modern World (IARD 4800, FDSC 4800, NTRES 4800)

INDUSTRIAL AND LABOR RELATIONS

Industrial Labor Relations- Collective Bargaining
Citizenship, Race and Class in Twentieth-Century America (ILRCB 2061)
Strangers and Citizens: Immigration and Labor in U.S. History (ILRCB 3020)
Special Topics: Labor History (ILRCB 3040)
Recent History of American Workers: From the 60s through the 90s (ILRCB 3060)
Workers’ Rights and Human Rights (ILRCB 3830)
Women and Unions (ILRCB 3840 and FGSS 3840)
African American Social History, 1865 to 1910: The Rural and Urban Experience (ILRCB 3850, HIST 3750)
African American Social History, 1910 to the Present: Race, Work, and the City (ILRCB 3860, HIST 3760)
Unfree Labor: Servants, Slaves, and Wives (ILRCB 3880)
Union Organizing (ILRCB 4000)
Disability and Employment Policy (ILRCB/ILRLR 4023)
Ethics at Work (ILRCB 4820)
Theories of Industrial Relations Systems (ILRCB 6060)
Values in Law, Economics, and Industrial Relations (ILRCB 6070)
Employment Discrimination and the Law (ILRCB 6840, ILRLR 4842)
The Economics of Collective Bargaining (ILRCB 7050)
Seminar in American Labor History (ILRCB 7081, HIST 6830)
Industrial Labor Relations- Human Resources
Pay (ILRHR 2020 and ECON 2020)
Diversity and Inclusion (ILRHR 2640)
Human Resource Economics and Public Policy (ILRHR 3600)
Working in the New Economy: The Sociology of Work (ILRHR 4610)
Diversity and Employee Relations (ILRHR 4630)
Globalization at Work (ILRHR 4650)
Immigration and the Labor Force (ILRHR 4690)
Disability Considerations in Human Resources Policy and Practice (ILRHR 6410)
Research on Education Reform and Human Resource Policy (ILRHR 6601)
Diversity and Inclusion in Organizations (ILRHR 6670)
Education, Technology, and Productivity (ILRHR 6950)
Industrial Labor Relations- International and Comparative Labor
Globalization and the Sociology of Work (ILRIC 2310)
Work, Labor, and Capital in the Global Economy (ILRIC 2350)
Industrial Democracy and Employee Involvement (ILRIC 2370)
Perspectives on Work and Welfare (ILRIC 3340)
Comparative Labor Movements in Latin America (ILRIC 4311, LATA 6310)
Labor and Social Movement Approaches to Climate Change and Sustainable Development (ILRIC 4313)
Labor Unions and Labor Market Institutions in Europe (ILRIC 4325, 6325)
Politics of the Global North (ILRIC 4330 and GOVT 3303)
Comparative Labor and Employment Law (ILRIC 4333)
Special Topics in International and Comparative Law (ILRIC 4340)
Labor Markets and Income Distribution in Developing Countries (ILRIC 4350)
Work and Labor in China (ILRIC 4355)
Global Comparative Disability Policy (ILRIC 4360, NS 4360)
Comparative Political Economy and Global Debates (ILRIC 6330)
Revitalizing the Labor Movement: A Comparative Perspective (ILRIC 6320, GOVT 6413)
Labor Markets, Income Distribution, and Globalization: Perspectives on the Developing World (ILRIC 6350)
Comparative History of Women and Work (ILRIC 4362, ILRIC 6360, FGSS 6360)
Workplace Diversity: Stepping into the 21st Century (ILRID 450)
Industrial Labor Relations- Labor Economics
Economics of Wages and Employment (ILRLE 2400)
Inequality in US Higher Education (ILRLE 3445, ECON 3770)
Income Distribution (ILRLE 4410, ECON 4550)
Economic Analysis of the Welfare State (ILRLE 4426, ECON 2450, ILRLE 6420)
The Evolution of Social Policy in Britain and America (ILRLE 4440, ECON 4440)
Women in the Economy (ILRLE 4450, ECON 4570, FGSS 4460)
Labor Economics (ILRLE 5400)
Labor Market and Personnel Economics (ILRLE 5440))
Seminar in Labor Economics I (ILRLE 7450, ECON 7420)
Seminar in Labor Economics II (ILRLE 7460, ECON 7430)
Economics of Education I (ILRLE 7470, ECON 7470)
Economics of Development (ILRLE 7490, ECON 7720)
Industrial Labor Relations- Labor Relations, Law, and History
Introduction to Disability Studies (ILRLR 1200)
Labor and Employment Law (ILRLR 2010)
Writing Seminar in Law: Cultural, Political, and Legal Perspectives on Disability (ILRLR 2060)
Writing Seminar in Law: Disability and Ethics (ILRLR 2060)
Writing Seminar in Law: Intersections of Disability Identity in Law and Society (ILRLR 2060)
Writing Seminar in Law: Law and Society (ILRLR 2060)
Writing Seminar in History: Mexican Labor and Working-Class History in the US (ILRLR 2070)
Capitalism and American Democracy: 1880-2010 (ILRLR 3022)
Special Topics in Labor Relations: Public Policy Issues in Labor and Employment (ILRLR 3035)
Special Topics in Labor Relations: Seminar on Precarious Workers (ILRLR 3035)
Special Topics in Labor History: Women’s Work 19th-20thC (ILRLR 3040)
Recent History of American Workers (ILRLR 3060, AMST 3060)
Immigrant America: Race and Citizenship in Modern Working-Class History (ILRLR 3065, AMST 3065, LATA 3065, LSP 3065)
Gendered Workplace (ILRLR 3820)
Worker’s Rights as Human Rights (ILRLR 3830)
African American Social History, from 1910 to the Present: Race, Work, and the City (ILRLR 3860, HIST 3760, AMST 3860, LAW 7060)
Unfree Labor: Servants, Slaves, and Wives (ILRLR 3880)
Disability and Employment Policy (ILRLR 4023)
Intersectionality in Disability Studies (ILRLR 4035, FGSS 4035)
Contemporary Challenges in Labor and Employment Law (ILRLR 4073)
Values, Rights, and Justice at Work (ILRLR 4075)
Ethics at Work (ILRLR 4820)
US Public Sector: Shifting Power and Shrinking of Rights (ILRLR 4860)
Public Sector Collective Labor Law and Labor Relations (ILRLR 4860)
Public Education and Collective Bargaining (ILRLR 4865)
Thwarting the Dream of Brown v. Board of Education: How US housing, banking, loan policies and the US Supreme Court ensured the Segregation of America’s Public Education System (ILRLR 4865)
The Crisis in Public Education- Analyzing the Clash between Education Reformers & Teacher Unions (ILRLR 4865/6865)
Justice (ILRLR 4880)
Work, Unions and Labor Relations in the American South (ILRLR 6075)
Industrial Labor Relations- Organizational Behavior
Blue-Collar Work in America (ILROB 4280)
Stratification of Labor Markets (ILROB 4730)
Women in Management and Entrepreneurship (ILROB 4750)
Organizations and Social Inequality (ILROB 6260)

ITALIAN LITERATURE

Opera, History, Politics, Gender (ITAL 456, MUSIC 474, SHUM 459, COML 459, HIST 456)

JEWISH STUDIES

Anti-Semitism and Crisis Modernity: From Enlightenment to the Holocaust (JWST 2350, HIST 2350)
Women in Ancient Israel (JWST 3720, NES 3720, NES 6720, RELST 3720)
Imagining the Holocaust (JWST 4580, COML 4830, GERST 4570, ENGL 4580)

LATINO STUDIES PROGRAM

Latinos in the United States (LSP 2010, AMST 2655, SOC 2650, DSOC 2650)
Comparative Migration to the Americas (LSP 2030, AMST 204, HIST 202)
Sociology of Health and Ethnic Minorities (LSP 2200, DSOC 2200)
The U.S.- Mexico Border: History, Culture, Representation (LSP 2250, AMST 2250, HIST 2250)
Cultures and Communities (LSP 2300, LSP 4300)
Contemporary Narratives by Latina Writers (LSP 2460, SPANL 2460, FGSS 2460)
Latinos in the US: Colonial to 1898 (LSP 2600, AMST 2599, HIST 2600)
Latinos in the US: 1898-Present (LSP 2610, HIST 2610, AMST 2610)
Latina Activism Feminist Theory (LSP 3000)
Latino Politics in the United States (LSP 306, GOVT 306)
Immigrant America: Race and Citizenship in Modern Working-Class History (LSP 3065, AMST 3065, LATA 3065, ILRLR 3065
Social Movements (LSP 3110, DSOC 3110, AIS 3110)
Racial and Ethnic Politics (LSP 3191, AMST 3191, GOVT 3191)
Being and Becoming Black (LSP 3400, ASRC 3400, AMST 3402, ANTHR 3400)
Multicultural Issues in Education (LSP 3405, AMST 3405, ANTHR 3405, EDUC 3405)
Latinos, Law, and Identity (LSP 3550, AMST 3550, DSOC 3550)
Comparative U.S. Racial and Ethnic Relations (LSP 3750, AMST 3750, DSOC 3750)
The United States (LSP 3777, AMST 3777, ANTHR 3777)
Cinema and Social Change (LSP 386)
Latina/o Popular Culture (LSP 3980, AMST 3981, ENGL 3980)
The Immigrant City: 1900-2000 (LSP 406, SHUM 406, AMST 406, HIST 412)
Multicultural Issues in Education (LSP 4510, AMST 4510, EDUC 4510)
Immigration: History, Theory, and Practice (LSP 4850, AMST 4850, HIST 4850)
Diversity in the Classroom (LSP 5060, EDUC 5030)
The Politics of Immigration (LSP 6454, GOVT 6454)

LAW

The Death Penalty in America (LAW 4051)
The Nature, Functions, and Limits of Law (LAW 4131, AMST 3131, GOVT 3131)

LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDER STUDIES

Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies (LGBT 2290, FGSS 2290, FREN 2280, ITAL 2280)
Nightlife (LGBT 4701, AMST 4705, FGSS 4701, LSP 4701, PMA 4701)

LINGUISTICS

Language and Gender (LING 244, FGSS 244)
Language and Society (LING 2221)

MUSIC

Music of the African Diaspora (MUSIC 2350, ASRC 2350)
Hip Hop in Global Perspective (MUSIC 2490 – now MUSIC 3490)
Cultural Study of Music (MUSIC 3205)
Opera, History, Politics, Gender (MUSIC 474, SHUM 459, COML 459, HIST 456, ITALL 456)

NATURAL RESOURCES

Environmental Governance (NTRES 3311, BSOC 3311, DSOC 3311, STS 3311)
Agents of Change: Community Organizing for the Public Good (NTRES 4820, DSOC 4820, PMA 4820)

NEAR EASTERN STUDIES

Gender and Society in the Muslim Middle East (NES 2120, RELST 2120, FGSS 2120)
Minorities of the Middle East (NES 3655, JWST 3655, COML 3743)
History of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (NES 3697, GOVT 3977, HIST 3970, JWST 3697, SOC 3970)
The Lower East Side: Jews and the Immigration City (NES 4533)
Women in the Modern Middle East (NES 4642, HIST 4642)

NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE

Social Science Perspectives on Food and Nutrition (NS 2450)
Introduction to Global Health (NS 2600)
Nutrition and Global Health (NS 3060)
Toward a Sustainable Global Food System: Food Policy for Developing Countries (NS 4450, AEM 4450)
Health, Poverty, and Inequality: A Global Perspective (NS 4570, ECON 4740)
Explorations in Global and Public Health (NS 4600)
Globalization, Food Security, and Nutrition (NS 6420, AEM 6420)
Food and Nutrition Assessment in a Social Context (NS 6500)
Food and Nutrition Policy (NS 6850, AEM 6650)

PERFORMING AND MEDIA ARTS

Studies in Film Analysis: Hitchcock’s Films (FILM 2650, ENGL 2630, FGSS 2630)
Race in U.S. Cinema 1895 to 1930 (FILM 3200, ASRC 3202)
Introduction to African American Cinema (PMA 3461,  AMST 3461, VISST 3461)
The Global Gangster (PMA 3465)
Political Theory and Cinema (PMA 3490, COML 3300, GERST 3550, GOVT 3705)
Blaxploitation Film and Photography (PMA 3505, AMST 3515, ARTH 3505, ASRC 3505, FGSS 3505, VISST 3505)
Sounds of Protest (PMA 2704, MUSIC 2304)
Spoken Word, Hip-Hop Theater, and the Politics of Performance (PMA 3754, AMST 3754, ENGL 3954, FGSS 3754, LSP 3754)
African American Cinema (FILM 390, AMST 386, ARTH 390, ASRC 390)
“Feeling Brown, Feeling Down”: Theorizing Performance (PMA 4806, LSP 4806)
Sexuality and the Politics of Representation (FILM 6100, FGSS 6100)

PHILOSOPHY

Contemporary Moral Issues (PHIL 1450)
Inequality, Diversity, and Justice (PHIL 1930, SOC 2930, CRP 2930, GOVT 2935)
Ethics (PHIL 2410)
Feminism and Philosophy (PHIL 2490, FGSS 2490, PHIL 4490)
Ethics and Society (PHIL 2941)
Marx (PHIL 3190)
Modern Political Philosophy (PHIL 3460, GOVT 3625)
Topics in Social and Political Philosophy: Inequalities: Economic, Political, Social, and Racial (PHIL 4470, AMST 4655, GOVT 4655, SOC 4430)
International Justice (PHIL 448, GOVT 492)

POLICY ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT

Population and Public Policy (PAM 2030)
Economics of the Public Sector (PAM 2040)
Social Problems in the United States (PAM 2250, SOC 2070)
Introduction to Policy Analysis (PAM 2300)
Critical Perspectives (PAM 240)
The U.S. Health Care System (PAM 2350)
Waiting for Superman? Perspectives on the Crisis in American K-12 Education (PAM 2550, AMST 2560)
Race,Power, and Privilege in the United States (PAM 280)
Immigration and Public Policy (PAM 3040, DSOC 3040)
International Gender Issues (PAM 3050)
Economics and Family Policy (PAM 3060)
Economics of the U.S. Social Safety Net (PAM 3080)
Research Design, Practice, and Policy (PAM 3120, SOC 3150)
Social Welfare Policy in the United States (PAM 3150/5150, SOC 3140)
Neighborhoods, Housing, and Urban Policy (PAM 3250, SOC 3250)
Fundamentals of Population Health (PAM 3280, DSOC 3280)
Cost Benefit Analysis (PAM 3300)
Intermediate Policy Analysis (PAM 3300)
Evaluation of Public Policies (PAM 3300)
Cost-Benefit Analysis (PAM 3300, PAM 5300)
Work-Family Policies in Comparative Perspective (PAM 3320)
Law, Economics and Public Policy (PAM 3330)
Families, Poverty, and Public Policy (PAM 3350)
Evolving Families: Challenges to Public Policy (PAM 3360, SOC 3360)
Race and Public Policy (PAM 3370, SOC 3370)
Contemporary Issues in Women’s Health (PAM 3500, FGSS 3500)
Economics of Education (PAM 3550, ECON 3760)
Orange is the New Black (PAM 3610)
Demography and Family Policy (PAM 3710)
Sick Around the World? Comparing Health care Systems Around the World (PAM 3780)
Human Sexuality (PAM 3800)
Social Welfare as a Social Institution (PAM 3830)
Causal Reasoning and Policy Evaluation (PAM 4101)
Ethnography of Poverty and Inequality (PAM 4160, SOC 4160)
Poverty, Policy, and Child Well-Being (PAM 4190)
The Economics of Risky Health Behaviors (PAM 4280)
Economics of the Criminal Justice Policy (PAM 4340)
Drugs and Gangs (PAM 4360)
Economics of Health Care Markets (PAM 4370, ECON 3720)
Economics of Public Health (PAM 4380)
Critical Perspectives (PAM 4400)
Violence against Women: Policy Implications and Global Perspectives (PAM 4440, FGSS 4480)
Economics of Social Security (PAM 4460)
The Welfare of America’s Children (PAM 4620)
Social Policy (PAM 4730)
Ethics, Public Policy in American Society (PAM 5310)
Economics of Family Policy (PAM 6250)

PSYCHOLOGY

Social Construction of Gender (PSYCH 277, FGSS 277)
Black Child and Adolescent Development (PSYCH 3750, ASRC 1603)
Prejudice and Stereotyping (PSYCH 3820)
Inequality, Power & Happiness (PSYCH 4030)
Gender and Clinical Psychology (PSYCH 450, FGSS 450, FGSS 650)
Beliefs, Attitudes, and Ideologies (PSYCH 4890, PSYCH 6890, FGSS 4880)

RELIGIOUS STUDIES

Gender and Society in the Muslim Middle East (NES 2810, RELST 2810, FGSS 2120)

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY STUDIES

Ethical Issues in Health and Medicine (STS 2051, BSOC 2051)
Ethics and the Environment (STS 2061, BSOC 2061, PHIL 2460)
Gendering Religion, Science, and Technology (STS 2621, FGSS 2621, AMST 2621)
Viruses-Humans-Viral Politics (Social History and Cultural Politics of HIV & AIDS) (STS 2841, ANTHR 2021, FGSS 2841, LGBT 2841)
Sociology of Medicine (STS 3111, SOC 3130, DSOC 3111, BSOC 3111)
Gender and Technology in Historical Perspectives (STS 4231, FGSS 4231, HIST 4231)
Historical Issues of Gender and Science (STS 4441, FGSS 4440)
Topics in the History of Women in Science (STS 6440, FGSS 6440)

SOCIETY FOR THE HUMANITIES

The Immigrant City: 1900-2000 (SHUM 4060, AMST 4060, HIST 412, LSP 4060)
Lynching Violence in America (SHUM 4130, ASRC 4130, AMST 4130)
Virtual Orientalisms (SHUM 4150, ASIAN 4150, COML 4180)
Rastafari, Race, and Resistance (SHUM 425, ASRC 426, VISST 4250)
Racial Democracies in the Americas (SHUM 4180, COML 4320, ENGL 4180)
Black in Time (SHUM 4441)
Opera, History, Politics, Gender (SHUM 4590, COML 4590, HIST 4560, ITALL 4560, MUSIC 4740)
Through the Prison Threshold (SHUM 4871, ANTHR 4071, GOVT 4867, SOC 4860)
Human/Animal/Machine (SHUM 4873, ENGL 4873, FGSS 4873, STS 4873)
Critical Legal Geography (SHUM 4875, GOVT 4675)

SOCIOLOGY

Introduction to Sociology (SOC 1101)
Race and Ethnicity in the United States: Social Constructs, Real World Consequences (SOC 1104, LSP 1105)
Introduction to Economic Sociology (SOC 1105)
Introduction to Social Inequality (SOC 1080)
Utopia in Theory and Practice (SOC 1150)
American Society Through Film (SOC 1290)
Work and Family (SOC 2030, FGSS 2030)
Race and Ethnic Relations (SOC 2040)
International Development (SOC 2206, DSOC 2050)
Problems in Contemporary Society (SOC 2070, DSOC 2070)
Organizations: An Introduction (SOC 2150, DSOC 2150)
Health and Society (SOC 2160)
Introduction to Economic Sociology (SOC 2190)
Social Inequality (SOC 2208, PAM 2208, DSOC 2090)
Controversies about Inequality (SOC/DSOC/ILROB/PAM 2220, AMST/GOVT 2225, PHIL 1950)
Schooling and Society (SOC 2250)
Globalization and Inequality (SOC 2300)
Drugs and Society (SOC 2460)
Politics and Culture (SOC 2480, GOVT 3633)
Families and the Life Course (SOC 2500, HD 2500)
Social Gerontology: Aging and the Life Course (SOC 2510, HD 2510)
Sociology of Law (SOC 2560)
Obama and the Meaning of Race (SOC 2560, ASRC 2504, GOVT 2604)
Latinos in the United States (SOC 2650, DSOC 2650, LSP 2010)
Gender: Meanings and Practice (SOC 2700, FGSS 2700)
Social and Political Context of American Education (SOC 2710/5710, AMST 2710/5710, EDUC 2710/5710, DSOC 2710/5710)
Social Movements (SOC 2800)
Equality, Liberty, and Democracy (SOC 2930, CRP 2930, GOVT 2935, PHIL 1930)
The Sociology of Marriage (SOC 3090, SOC 5090, FGSS 3090, FGSS 5090)
Urban Sociology (SOC 3120)
Gender and Work (SOC 3140, SOC 5140, ILROB 3240, FGSS 3140, FGSS 5140)
Gender Inequality (SOC 3160)
Social Context and Health (SOC 3160)
Contemporary Sociological Theory (SOC 3190)
Social Policy (SOC 3260, SOC 5260)
Sociology of Sport (SOC 3300)
Urban Inequality (SOC 3380, AMST 3380)
The Corporate Citizen (SOC 3440)
Schooling, Racial Inequality, and Public Policy in America (SOC 3570)
Employment Inequality and the Law (SOC 3620)
Sociology of Disasters (SOC 3650)
Social Inequalities in Physical and Mental Health (SOC 3670)
Classical Theory (SOC 3750)
Money, Work and Social Life (SOC 3770, ILROB 3770)
Gender, Ideology, and Culture (SOC 3800, FGSS 3800)
Mass Incarceration and Family Life Course (SOC 3850)
Israeli Society (SOC 3900)
Advanced Economic Sociology (SOC 3950)
Israeli Palestinian Conflict (SOC 3970)
Health and Survival Inequalities (SOC 4100, AIS 4100, DSOC 4100, FGSS 4100)
Ethnography of Poverty and Inequality (SOC 4160, PAM 4160)
Theories of Reproduction (SOC 4210, FGSS 4210, DSOC 4210)
Sociology of Markets (SOC 4220, SOC 6220, ILROB 6220)
Artificial Societies (SOC 4250, SOC 5270)
Population and Development (SOC 4370, DSOC 4380)
Immigration and Ethnic Identity (SOC 4380, AAS 4380)
Sociology of Race and Education (SOC 4520/6510, ASRC 4516/6516)
Health and Social Behavior (SOC 4570, HD 4570)
The Family and Society in Africa (SOC 4780, ASRC 4606)
Social Inequality: Contemporary Theories, Debates, and Models (SOC 5180)
Workshop on Social Inequality (SOC 5190)
Conflict and the Nation-State (SOC 5280, SOC 5380)
Seminar in Institutions and Rationality (SOC 5750)
Transitions to Market Economies in China and Eastern Europe (SOC 5830)
Cultural Sociology (SOC 6300)
Economic Sociology (SOC 6460)
States and Social Movements – also “Contentious Politics and Social Movements” (SOC 6600, GOVT 6603)

SPANISH LITERATURE

Contemporary Narratives by Latina Writers (SPANL 2460, FGSS 2460, LSP 2460)
Hispanic Caribbean Culture and Literature (SPANL 3460)

THEATRE ARTS

Third Cinema (THETR 3860)

WRITING PROGRAM

Service Learning for Democratic Citizenship: Literature of American Social Action Movements (WRIT 4310)

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