ALS 261 Women of Mixed Racial Descent
The course is a survey of mixed race identification and theorizations within African-American, Asian American, and Chicana/Latina communities. An important component of the course is the analysis of the changing ways in which women of mixed racial descent view their relationship to gender, race, sexuality and class formation within U.S. society. The course brings together a variety of sources—historical, cinematic, and literary—in order to facilitate greater understanding multi-racial theorizing and identity formation. (HO2, WS2)
Cross-listed as WMST 261.
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