Previous Courses that Count

Courses for 2016-2017

Summer 2016

Political Science 244: Race and Politics (Joshua Anderson)

Fall 2016 (Semester I)

Asian Studies 123: Asia in America (Ka Wong)
Education 246: English Language Learners (Jill Watson)
Education 260: Foundations in U.S. Education (Anthony Taylor)
English 203: Asian American Literature (Jennifer Kwon Dobbs)
English 205: American Racial and Multicultural Literature (Joan Hepburn)
English 280 B: Muslim Women Writers (Joseph Mbele)
History 151: Slavery in African History (Abdulai Iddrisu)
History 181: Civil Rights Revolution (Mike Fitzgerald)
History 282: Topics in Native American History (Steve Hahn)
History 288: Civil War and Reconstruction (Mike Fitzgerald)
History 320: Race/Gender/Medicine (Dolores Peters)
History 370: Civil Rights (Mike Fitzgerald)
Music 237: World Music (David Hagedorn)
Music 345B: Music and Race (Suzanne Wint)
Religion 121: Belonging as Blessing and Challenge (Anthony Bateza)
Social Work 373: Just Practice (Susan Smalling)
Sociology/Anthropology 128 A/B: Intro to Anthropology (Vivian Choi, Tom Williamson)
Sociology/Anthropology 264: Race and Class in American Culture (Marc David)
Spanish 273: Cultural Heritage of Hispanic U.S. (Kristina Medina-Vilarino)
Spanish 276: Spanish as a First and Second Language (Maggie Broner)
WRI 111 section: Race and Power (Jennifer Kwon Dobbs)

Interim 2017

Asian Studies 216: Encountering Asia in America (Rika Ito, Karil Kucera)
Education 170: Urban Schools and Communities (Heather Campbell)
Education 379: Urban Education Practicum and Seminar (Rosemary Pfarr-Baker)
Music 136: American Popular Music through the Lens of Prince (Suzanne Wint)
Philosophy 255: Race and Social Justice (Kathryn Swanson)
Political Science 244: Race and Politics (Joshua Anderson)
Race and Ethnic Studies 121: Introduction to Race and Ethnic Studies (Literature-oriented with a family lens, MCD/ALS-L credits) (Maurella Cunningham)

Spring 2017 (Semester II)

Africa and the Americas 231: the Diaspora Experience (Abdulai Iddrisu)
AmCon 202 A/B: Completion of American Conversations Program will give AmCon students one RACE elective. (David Castro, Judy Kutulas)
Art 265: African American Art (Christopher Tradowsky)
Asian Studies 223: Digital Asia in American (Ka Wong)
Dance 246: Dance in the United States (Heather Klopchin)
English 207: Women of the African Diaspora (Joan Hepburn)
English 251: Major Chicano/a Authors (Carlos Gallego)
History 199 A/B: America After 1965 (Edward Pompeian)
History 270: Civil War and Reconstruction (Mike Fitzgerald)
History 277: African American History (Mike Fitzgerald)
History 290: Reel America U.S. History in Film (Judy Kutulas)
History 395: The Historian’s Craft: Oral History Seminar (when the final research project focuses on race/ethnicity, director approval required)
Race and Ethnic Studies 121 A/B: Introduction to Race and Ethnic Studies (Literature-oriented, MCD/ALS-L credits) (Maurella Cunningham)
Religion 121: Belonging as Blessing and Challenge (Anthony Bateza)
Social Work 221: Social Work/Social Welfare (Karen Goodenough)
Soc/Anthro 200: Urban Sociology (David Schalliol)
Soc/Anthro 128: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Chris Chiappari)
Soc/Anthro 264 A/B: Race and Class in American Culture (David Schalliol)
Spanish 276: Spanish as a First and Second Language (Maggie Broner)
Spanish 311: Language in Society (Maggie Broner)
Writing 111 section: Race and Power (Jennifer Kwon Dobbs)

Courses with an International Focus (Majors may count one.)

Social Work 280: Social Realities in South Africa (Mary Carlsen, Interim 2017)
German 274: Minority Voices (Karen Achberger, Spring 2017)
Music 345: Music of African Christianities (Suzanne Wint, Spring 2017)

Courses for 2015-2016

Fall 2015 (Semester I)

Education 246: English Language Learners (Heather Campbell)
Education 260: Foundations in U.S. Education (Maurella Cunningham)
English 205: American Racial and Multicultural Literature (Joan Hepburn)
English 209: Arab-American Literature and Film (Linda Mokdad)
English 298: IS/Race and Literature (Carlos Gallego)
English 345: Multicultural Literature (Joan Hepburn)
French 271: Francophone World: The Caribbean (Maria Vendetti)
History 165: Slavery in the Americas (Mike Fitzgerald)
History 198A/B: America to 1865 (Edward Pompeian)
History 282: The Trail of Tears (Steve Hahn)
History 288: Civil War and Reconstruction (Mike Fitzgerald)
History 290: Reel America: U.S. History in Film (Judy Kutulas)
History 320: Holocaust and History (Dolores Peters)
History 370: Capitalism and Slavery (Mike Fitzgerald)
Music 237: World Music (David Hagedorn)
Religion 121 section: Belonging as Blessing and Challenge (Anthony Bateza)
Religion 218 A/B: Political and Liberation Theology (Jamie Schillinger)
Social Work 373: Just Practice (Susan Smalling) (Social Work majors only)
Soc/Anthro 296: Urban Sociology (David Schalliol)
Spanish 273: Cultural Heritage of Hispanic U.S. (Maggie Bronner)
Spanish 276: Spanish as a First & Second Language (Maggie Bronner)
WRI 111 section: Race and Power (Jennifer Kwon Dobbs)
WRI 111 section: Seeing Race in the Twenty-First Century (Jonathan Naito)

Interim 2016

Asian Studies 216: Encountering Asia in America (Asian Conversations II)
Education 170: Urban Schools and Communities (Maurella Cunningham)
Education 378: Multicultural Education in Hawaii (Elizabeth Leer) (off-campus)
Education 379: Urban Education Seminar and Practicum (Rosemary Pfarr-Baker)
English 108: Trickster in Post-Colonial Literature (Joseph Mbele)
History 396: Experiencing Southern History
Norwegian 244: The Sami: Tradition and Transition (Kari Dorer) (for majors only)
Political Science 244: Race and Politics (Joshua Anderson) (open to first-years)
Race and Ethnic Studies 121: Introduction to Race and Ethnic Studies (Janna Knittel)

Spring 2016 (Semester II)

AFAM 231: Seminar: Africa and the Americas (Joan Hepburn)
AmCon 202 A/B: (Completion of American Conversations Program will give AmCon students one course towards Race and Ethnic Studies.)
Dance 246: Dance in the United States (Heather Klopchin)
English 201: Transatlantic Anglophone Literature (Jonathan Naito)
English 203: Asian American Literature (Jennifer Kwon Dobbs)
English 220: (Top) Literature of American Slavery (Carol Holly)

Environmental Semester in Australia (The anthropology course on Aboriginal culture and history would count for Race and Ethnic Studies, but remember that only one non-U.S. course focusing on race and ethnicity can be counted for the program.)

History 181: Civil Rights Revolution (Mike Fitzgerald) (first years only)
History 277: African American History (Mike Fitzgerald)
Race and Ethnic Studies 121: Introduction to Race and Ethnic Studies (Joan Hepburn)
Race and Ethnic Studies 122: Introduction to Race and Ethnic Studies (Mike Fitzgerald)
Religion 121 section: Belonging as Blessing and Challenge (Anthony Bateza)
Soc/Anthro 264 A: Race and Class in American Culture (David Schalliol)
Soc/Anthro 261: Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective (Susi Keefe)
Soc/Anthro 264 B: Race and Class in American Culture (David Schalliol)
Social Work 221: Social Work/Social Welfare (Lisa Moore)

The following may count for Race and Ethnic Studies by arrangement with the instructor:
Political Science 350: Immigration and Citizenship (Kathy Tegtmeyer-Pak)

Courses for 2014-2015

Fall 2014 (Semester I)

Asian Studies 123: Asia in America (Ka Wong)
Education 246: English Language Learners (Jean Aguilar-Valdez)
Education 260: Foundations in U.S. Education (Elizabeth Leer)
History 181: Civil Rights Revolution (Mike Fitzgerald)
History 198: America since 1865 (Steve Hahn)
History 270: Segregation (Mike Fitzgerald)
History 277: African-American History (Mike Fitzgerald)
Music 237: World Music (David Hagedorn)
Soc/Anthro 128: Intro to Cultural Anthropology (Susi Keefe)
Soc/Anthro 242 A/B: Contemporary Native Americans (Carolyn Anderson)
Soc/Anthro 261: Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective (Bruce Nordstrom-Loeb)
Spanish 273: Cultural Heritage of Hispanic U.S. (Ariel Strichartz)
Spanish 311: Language and Society (Maggie Broner)

The following may count for Race and Ethnic Studies by arrangement with the instructor:
Political Science 350: Immigration and Citizenship (Kathy Tegtmeyer-Pak)

Interim 2015

Education 170: Urban Schools and Communities (Jean Aguilar-Valdez)
Education 379: Urban Education Seminar and Practicum (Rosemary Pfarr-Baker)
History 278: Civil Rights in Public Memory (Mike Fitzgerald) (off-campus)
Political Science 244: Race and Politics (Joshua Anderson)
Race 121 Introduction to Race and Ethnic Studies (Jana Knittel)

Spring 2015 (Semester II)

AmCon 202 (completion of American Conversations with 202 will give students one course towards Race and Ethnic Studies)
Dance 246: Dance in the United States (staff)
History 181: Civil Rights Revolution (Mike Fitzgerald) (first years only)
History 282: Native American History: Trail of Tears (Steve Hahn)
History 288: Civil War and Reconstruction (Mike Fitzgerald)
History 370: Sem: Civil Rights (Mike Fitzgerald) (especially for History majors)
Music 345: American Music (Louis Epstein)
Race and Ethnic Studies 121: Introduction to Race and Ethnic Studies (Joan Hepburn)
Soc/Anthro 264: Race and Class in American Culture (Marc David)

Courses for 2013-2014

Fall 2014 (Semester I)

ARMS 121: Introduction to ARMS (Joan Hepburn)
Education 246: English Language Learners  (Jean Aguilar-Valdez)
Education 260: Foundations in U.S. Education (Eric McDonald)
English 203: Asian American Literature (Jennifer Kwon Dobbs)
English 205: American Racial and Multicultural Literature (Joan Hepburn)
English 251: Major Chicano/a Authors (Carlos Gallego)
History 165: Slavery in the Americas (Mike Fitzgerald)
History 370: American Society and Civil War (Mike Fitzgerald)
Music 237: World Music (David Hagedorn)
Social Work 373: Culturally Competent Practice (Susan Smalling)
Soc/Anthro 128: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Susi Keefe, Carolyn Anderson)
Soc/Anthro 234: Native North American Culture and Religion (Carolyn Anderson)
Soc/Anthro 261: Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective (Bruce Nordstrom-Loeb)
Soc/Anthro 264: Race and Class in American Culture (Ted Thornhill)
Spanish 273: Cultural Heritage of Hispanic U.S. (Kristina Medina-Vilarino) 

The following may count for Race and Ethnic Studies by arrangement with the instructor:
Poli Sci 350: Immigration and Citizenship (Kathy Tegtmeyer-Pak)

Interim 2014

Education 378: Multicultural Education in Hawaii (off-campus, Elizabeth Leer)
Education 379: Urban Education Seminar and Practicum (off-campus, Rosemary Pfarr-Baker)
Political Science 299: Race and Politics (Joshua Anderson)

Spring 2014 (Semester II)

Africa and the Americas 231: Africa and the Americas (Abdulai Iddrisu)
ARMS 251: Multiculturalism and Public Education (Maria Kelly)
Dance 246: Dance in the United States (Heather Klopchin)
Education 396: Educational Research from the Borderlands (Jean Aguilar-Valdez)
English 200: Racial Identity & Subjectivity in American Literature (Carlos Gallego)
History 181: The Civil Rights Revolution (Mike Fitzgerald)
History 282: Topics in Native American History: The West before Lewis and Clark (Steve Hahn)
Soc/Anthro 128: Cultural Anthropology (Susi Keefe, Carolyn Anderson)
Soc/Anthro 264: Race and Class in American Culture (Bruce Nordstrom-Loeb)
Soc/Anthro 266: Crime and Inequality (Ted Thornhill)

The following may count for Race and Ethnic Studies by arrangement with the instructor:
Soc/Anthro 246: GLBT Lives (Bruce Nordstrom-Loeb)