Ethnic Studies by Requirement

"I": Ethnic Studies survey/introduction

  • History 1006. Native American and Indigenous Studies: An Introduction. Deloria.
  • History and Literature 90dy. Race and American Empire. Mitchell.
  • History and Literature 90ed. Music and Resistance in the Modern United States. Caplan.
  • History and Literature 90eg. Human Rights and Ethnic Studies. Sanchez.
  • History and Literature 90eh Asian-American Genre Fictions. Song.
  • History and Literature 90ei. Islam in Early America. Urus.
  • History and Literature 90em. Empire and Archive in the Colonial Americas. Niles.
  • History and Literature 90eo. The Reinvention of New York City. King.
  • History and Literature 90es. Prison Abolition. Dichter.
  • History and Literature 90et. Asian America’s Vietnam War. Nguyen.

Pre-1900: Pre-1900 in Ethnic Studies

  • African and African American Studies 118 The History of African Americans from the Slave Trade to the Civil War. Brown.
  • African and African American Studies 119x. Chocolate, Culture, and the Politics of Food. Martin.
  • Anthropology 1080. American History Before Columbus. Liebmann.
  • General Education 1148. Moctezuma's Mexico Then and Now: The Past, The Present and Pandemics in North America. Fash and Carrasco.
  • History 12g. Atlantic Slave Wars. Brown.
  • History 12m. Abolitionist Women and Their Worlds. Miles.
  • History 14m. "Black Indians": History, Identity, and Theory. Miles.
  • History 84g. Harvard and Slavery. Beckert.
  • History 1015. Native American Women: History and Myth. Miles.
  • History 1028. Race, Capitalism, and the Coming of the Civil War. Johnson.
  • History and Literature 90ei. Islam in Early America. Urus.
  • History and Literature 90em. Empire and Archive in the Colonial Americas. Niles.

“T”: Transnational/Global: Race or ethnicity in a transnational U. S. or global context

  • African and African American Studies 118 The History of African Americans from the Slave Trade to the Civil War. Brown.
  • African and African American Studies 119x. Chocolate, Culture, and the Politics of Food. Martin.
  • Anthropology 1080. American History Before Columbus. Liebmann.
  • Ethnicity, Migration, and Rights 128. Critical Refugee Studies. Taparata.
  • Ethnicity, Migration, and Rights 136. Race, Gender, and American Empire. Waits.
  • Ethnicity, Migration, and Rights 137. Asian American Mobility and Transpacific Movements. Sato.
  • Ethnicity, Migration, and Rights 139. Coloniality, Race and Catastrophe. Rivera.
  • Ethnicity, Migration, and Rights 144. Decolonial Aesthetics and Poetics. Garzo Montalvo.
  • General Education 1036. Global Feminisms. Mitra.
  • General Education 1115. Human Trafficking, Slavery and Abolition in the Modern World. Patterson.
  • General Education 1148. Moctezuma's Mexico Then and Now: The Past, The Present and Pandemics in North America. Fash and Carrasco.
  • History 12g. Atlantic Slave Wars. Brown.
  • History 1908. Racial Capitalism and the Black Radical Tradition. Brown and Johnson. 
  • History and Literature 90dy. Race and American Empire. Mitchell.
  • History and Literature 90eg. Human Rights and Ethnic Studies. Sanchez.
  • History and Literature 90em. Empire and Archive in the Colonial Americas. Niles.
  • History and Literature 90et. Asian America's Vietnam War. Nguyen.