8. Gender, Race and Global Inequality

“Gender, Race and Global Inequality” challenges students to apply interdisciplinary perspectives concerning gender and race to dynamics of global inequality. Ideally students will take an introductory level course in global social justice issues before moving on to more specific courses on gender, race and class.

Complete at least three courses and a minimum of 10 credits. No more than two of these courses may have the same disciplinary prefix.

Complete two courses from the first cluster and one course from the second cluster.


First Cluster (complete 2 courses)
ANTH 101  Introduction to Anthropology  4 credits
POLS 180  The U.S. in World Affairs 4 credits
POLS 345   International Political Economy   4 credits    
PSJ 101 Introduction to Peace and Social Justice 4 credits   
SOC 102  Social Problems   4 credits 
SOC 347/PSJ 347 Gloabal Capitalism/Neo-Colonial Inequality 4 credits  
SOC 360 Critical Race Theory 4 credits

Second Cluster (complete 1 course)
APTH/GSS 212 Theatre fro Gender Equity 2 credits
FREN 320 Women's Writing in the Francophone World 4 credits
GSS 201  Introduction to Gender & Sexuality Studies 4 credits
GSS/PSJ/HUM  310 Travel in India  2 credits 
HIST 247/GSS 247  Gender and Sexuality in Victorian America 4 credits  
HIST 245  Race in Modern America 4 credits
HIST 333 History of the British Empire 4 credits
HIST 400 Medieval Women 4 credits
HIST 465 Civil Rights Movement 4 credits
PSJ 251 South Africa: Culture, Politics, and Travel 2 credits
PSJ 351 South Africa Travel Course 2 credits
POLS 239/HIST 239 Latin America I: Conquest-Independence 4 credits
SOC 208  Race: Inequality and Identity  4 credits 
SOC 305 Racism and Ethnicity in Hawaii 2-4 credits
SOC 318 Racism and Ethnicity in Hawaii-Travel 2 credits
SPAN 367/EDUC 467 Tapalpa, Mexico: A Teaching Practicum 4/3 credits