Race and Ethnic Studies (RACE)

Our program centers the concerns and experiences of people of color and proceeds from the recognition that race and ethnicity have been and continue to be crucial components within interlocking systems of oppression, as well as powerful sites of intersectional resistance.

Typical First Year Schedule

Fall
  • FYS 120 or WRIT 120 or Conversation Program
  • World Language
  • RACE 121 or RACE 122
  • OLE Core/Elective
Interim
  • OLE Core/Elective
Spring
  • FYS 120 or WRIT 120 or Conversation Program
  • World Language
  • RACE 121 or 122
  • OLE Core/Elective
Additional Information

Prospective majors may count sections of Writing 111 and Religion 121 as well as seminars designated specifically for first-years only. Please consult the annual list of approved electives available on RACE’s website.

CREDIT FOR PREVIOUS COURSEWORK
  • RACE elective credit for a transfer course requires consultation with the program director.
Placement
  • RACE 121/122 is open to all students. Majors and concentrators may pre-register by contacting Roseanne Galegher (galegher@stolaf.edu).
Informational Events

Check with the Dept for advising and to learn more about events and opportunities sponsored by Race and Ethnic Studies.

Senior project advising for majors.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Director, Race and Ethnic Studies – Anthony Bateza (bateza@stolaf.edu)