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Learn how to make a difference - make this summer count!


Courses in Culture & Social Justice help us to understand and analyze structural inequalities while challenging us to envision and actively pursue a more just and better future. This summer, explore a variety of timely courses that focus on the theme of culture and social justice. They offer a view of social issues and practices from various perspectives, including the intersectional analysis of race, class, and gender.

Courses by Subject

Subject Catalog Number Course Title
AFST 347 Gender, Race, and Media
AFST 370 Black Women Cross-Cultural Perspectives
AMST 210 Introduction to Critical Sexuality Studies
AMST 310 Gender and Inequality in America
AMST 352 American Culture in Global Perspective
AMST 380 Community in America Documenting Stories of Migration
AMST 395 American Music and Culture
ANTH 211 Cultural Anthropology
GWST 210 Introduction to Critical Sexuality Studies
GWST 310 Gender and Inequality in America
GWST 322 Gender, Race, and Media
GWST 323 Gender and Sitcoms
GWST 370 Black Women Cross-Cultural Perspectives
LLC 606 Social Inequality and Social Policy
MLL 322 Gender, Race, and Media
POLI 270 Culture and Politics
POLI 379 War and Film
PSYC 230 Psychology and Culture
SOCY 201 Social Problems in American Society
SOCY 204 Diversity & Pluralism An Interdisciplinary Perspective
SOCY 321 Race and Ethnic Relations
SOCY 606 Social Inequality and Social Policy