Difference and Diversity: Race, Gender, and Sexuality - The Social Sciences Perspective

COLL-C 104 — Fall 2017 — Themester

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Jennifer C. Lee
Ballantine Hall 003
Days and Times
1:00P-2:15P TR
Course Description

This course takes up the themes of diversity, difference, and otherness from the point of view of the social sciences, namely sociology. We will first and foremost examine how the concepts and lived experiences of race, gender, and sexuality are shaped by social processes, and how these dimensions of difference are often associated with social and material inequalities. (Multiple course titles are listed under this course number. Choose section 13141 with Prof. J. Lee.)

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