Readings in Racism, Racial Formation, and Racial Liberalism

History 280D.003

Fall 2005
Instructor: 
Brilliant
Location: 
123 Dwinelle
Day & Time: 
W 12-2
CCN: 
3952
Units: 
Units

This seminar will examine leading works on racism, racial formation, and racial liberalism in American history from the 17th century through the 20th century. We will consider how race has intersected with other social categories such as gender, class, and ethnicity, as well as how it has been embedded in the discourses and experiences of law, labor, immigration, the social sciences, political liberalism, etc.

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