ELHE 8923 - Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality

Description
This doctoral course explores the epistemological, methodological, and pedagogical uses of Critical Race Theory, Intersectionality (CRT/Int), and Settler Colonialism, in the examination and deconstruction of institutionalized and race-based disparities and inequalities in societal institutions, including, but not limited to, K-12 education, higher education, psychology, and the law. Course texts and student work will utilize both academic and popular culture texts. The course assumes and builds upon a foundational knowledge of social theories, and the ways in which self, institution and society are connected.
Credits
3
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2019
Offered
Th
Avg. Class Size
6
Avg. Sections
1