GNDST 204RP - Women and Gender in the Study of Culture: 'Race, Racism, and Power'
Mount Holyoke College
This course analyzes the concepts of race and racism from an interdisciplinary perspective, with focus on Latinas/os/x in the United States. It explores the sociocultural, political, economic, and historical forces that interact with each other in the production of racial categories and racial "difference." In particular, we focus on racial ideologies, racial formation theory, and processes of racialization, as well as the relationship between race and ethnicity. The course examines racial inequality from a historical perspective and investigates how racial categories evolve and form across contexts. The analysis that develops will ultimately allow us to think rigorously about social inequality, resistance and liberation.
Reserved at present for students who will be registered from the waitlist.
Instructor Permission: Permission is required for interchange registration during the add/drop period only.