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Spring 2022 Featured Courses

Refugee Soc 3960, 6965

SOC 3960-001/ 6965-005: Refugees
Days: Monday/Wednesday
Time: 10:45-11:35 am
This course covers current social theories and knowledge about human rights, health and crimes related to refugees.

HIST 3530 Modern JapanHIST 3530: Modern Japan
Days: Monday/Wednesday
Time: 3-4:20 pm
A survey of Japan's political and cultural history from the mid-19th century to the present.

Race, Ethnicity, Family DiversityFCS 3290: Race, Ethnicity and Family Diversity
Day: Monday
Time: 2-5 pm
Location: Alfred Emery Building 320
This course examines how race and ethnicity shape and structure family life in the United States. Utilizing a multidisciplinary lens, as well as theoretical and empirical research, students will analyze the diversity among major racial and ethnic groups, including Latinx, Black, Asian American, Native American, Anglo American and multiracial families. In addition to examining the respective cultures, heritage, and strategies for resilience, students will explore the challenges facing families due to marginalization and the potential of social and public policies for addressing these challenges.
This course fulfills a Diversity Requirement (DV) & the Humanities Exploration Requirement (HF).
Last Updated: 11/30/21