Minor in Racial and Intersectional Justice Studies

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CONTACT:
Jessica Kenty-Drane
kentydranej1@southernct.edu 

18 Credits Required

Requirements: 
SOC 213 - Introduction to Racial and Intersectional Justice

Selections from Areas must include two or more disciplines and at least 6 credits must be at the 300
level or above.

Area One: Understanding Oppression and Injustice (select two courses):
ANT 201 - The Global Community
ANT 214 - American Tongues: Everyday Politics of Speaking
ANT 372 or WGS 372 - Sex, Gender and Sexuality
ECO 110 - Social Issues and Economics
ENG 125 - Representing Sexism and Homophobia Critically
HIS 210 - U.S. Black History
HIS 260 - American Revolution
HIS 311 or WGS 311 - Who Built America? 1500-1928
HIS 312 or WGS 314 - Who Built America? 1929 - present
HIS 318 or WGS 318 - Women in American History 1620-1890
HIS 350 - Colonial U.S. History I
HIS 392 - Hispanic Caribbean: Colony, Nation, and Diaspora
HIS 393 - Modern Central America: Imperialism, Nationalism, and Struggle
ITA 250 - Italians in America
JRN 240 - Race and the News
JST 125 - Contemporary Antisemitism and Racism
JST 204 - Introduction to Holocaust and Genocide Studies
LAC 100 - Introduction to Latin America and Caribbean Studies
MDS 362 - Gender Media Culture
PSC 326 - Race and Ethnicity in American Politics
PSY 308 - Psychology of Social Bias
SOC 211 - Social Problems in the U.S.
SOC 215 or WGS 215 -  Woman and Gender in Society
SOC 216 - Men's Studies
SOC 251 - Sociology of Religion
SOC 310 - Racial and Ethnic Relations
SOC 315 or WGS 315 - Sociology of Gender
SOC 320 - Sociology of Children and Childhood
SOC 363 - Social Inequality in the U.S.
SOC 415 or WGS 415 - Contemporary Feminist Theories
SPA 210 - Spanish IV: Latino America
WGS 100 - Dynamics of Gender, Race and Class

Area Two: Resisting Oppression and Injustice (select two courses):
ANT 380 or WGS 380 - Anthropology of Women & Health Geography
GEO 405 – Environmental Justice 
HIS 291 – Latin American Revolutions and Rebellions
PSC 220 – Grassroots Democracy: City and States
PCH 371 – Food Systems and Food Justice 
SOC 367 – Criminal Justice and Social Inequality
SOC 404 or WGS 404 – Gender and the Law
SOC 415 or WGS 415 – Contemporary Feminist Theories
WGS 435 – Women's Social Movements: Gender and Resistance

Area Three: Resistance in Action (select one course):
HIS 259 – Digital New Haven Project
SOC 394 – Community Engagement and Service Learning
SOC 397 – Community Engagement Internship