Santa Clara University

Ethnic Studies Program
FALL 2013 WINTER 2014 SPRING 2014

ETHN 5 Intro to the Study of Race & Ethnicity in the US, C. Guzmán

ETHN 5 Intro to the Study of Race & Ethnicity in the US, A. Sampaio

ETHN 5 Intro to the Study of Race & Ethnicity in the US, C. Guzmán

ETHN 30 Intro to African American Studies, T. Hazard

ETHN 20 Intro to Latina/o Studies, C. Guzmán
ETHN 20 Intro to Latina/o Studies, A. Sampaio
ETHN 40 Intro to Asian American Studies, J. Lai
ETHN 51 Intro to the South Asian Experience in the U.S., A. Nanda
ETHN 30 Intro to African American Studies, T. Hazard
ETHN 95 African American Independent Filmmakers, J. Walker
ETHN 120 Mexican Immigration to the U.S., A. Sampaio

ETHN 40 Intro to Asian American Studies, W. Rouse

ETHN 125 Latinas/os in the US, R. Chacon

ETHN 122 Chicana/o Community, C. Guzmán

ETHN 96 Race, Class & Culture through Film, A. Nanda

ETHN 161 Creating Diverse College Going Community, E. Kimura-Walsh

ETHN 135 African Americans in Postwar Film, T. Hazard

ETHN 123 The Chicana/o Experience, R. Chacon

ETHN 178 Race and World War II, T. Hazard (cross-listed with HIST 178)

ETHN 142 Asian American Communities, A. Kwon

ETHN 126 Latina/o Immigrant Detention & Incorporation in the Age of Terrorism, A. Sampaio

 

ETHN 149 Civil Rights and Anti-Colonial Movements, T. Hazard (cross-listed with HIST 153)


ETHN 152 Multi-Racial Identities, A. Nanda


ETHN 153 Minority Politics in the U.S., J. Lai (cross-listed with POLI 153)
ETHN 163 Multi-Racial Communities in California, C. Guzmán

ETHN 155 Racism in the U.S., R. Chacon
ETHN 178 Race and World War II, T. Hazard (cross-listed with HIST 178)


ETHN 185 Senior Seminar in Racial and Ethnic Politics, J. Lai (cross-listed with POLI 195)

 

 


ETHN 163 - Multi-Racial Communities in California

MWF 11:45 am - 12:50 pm, Instructor: Christina M. Guzmán



This course will examine the process of racialization in various communities throughout California and uncover how various ethno-racial groups within these communities live, work, and thrive together in their specific locales. This course will begin by interrogating definitions of community, spatial geography, political economy, as well as attempting to understand social attitudes about race and racism. Then we will examine various cities as case studies to understand the different ways multi-racial communities formed. The end goal is to understand the nuances of how multi-racial communities, both urban and rural, developed and inscribed meaning onto the geography of California. (5 units)

The course fulfills the Diversity Core Requirement and Race, Place and Social Inequalities Pathway.

 

 

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