RACIAL AND ETHNIC POLITICS IN THE NEW AMERICAN CENTURY

Semester: 
Instructor(s): 
Units: 
4
Section: 
1
Number: 
167AC
CCN: 
32886
Times: 
TuTh 2-3:30
Location: 
WHLR204
Course Description: 

Some of the most enduring and violent conflicts in America center on race. The goal of this course is to explore, discuss, and better understand the relationship between perceptions of racial identity, attributions of racial difference, and politics, broadly defined. We focus on the recent and persistent debates about racism, identity, rights, representation, citizenship, conflict, and coalitions. A repeated theme of this course is the question whether racial order and inequality are essential to, or an exception from, the liberal democracy in the U.S.

Note: This course descrition is from Fall 2015.

 

Subfield: American Politics

Group visibility: 
Public - accessible to all site users