SOCI 263

Sociology of Race and Ethnicity

This course examines race and ethnic relations in the US from a theoretical, historical, and comparative perspective. Explores the emergence of racial and ethnic minorities through such historical processes as colonialism, slavery, and immigration. Studies the current relations among racial and ethnic groups in the United States. Students of Sociology of Race and Ethnicity will examine racial and ethnic dynamics in the United States from theoretical, historical, and comparative perspectives. This course will explore the emergence of racial groups and ethnicity through key political and economic processes: colonialism, immigration, and labor. Grade only. Satisfies GE LD D (Social Sciences).

Satisfies GE