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Global REM courses - Fall 2012

AAS 3483 Hmong History Across the Globe
1:00 P.M. - 2:15 P.M., M,W

AFRO 1012 Black Worlds in Global Perspective: Challenges and Changes
1:00 P.M. - 2:15 P.M., M,W

AFRO 4105 Ways of Knowing in Africa and the African Diaspora
1:00 P.M. - 2:15 P.M., Tu,Th

AFRO 3868 Race, War, and Race Wars in American History
5:30 P.M. - 8:00 P.M., M

AMST 3117 Latinos in America's Global Cities
12:45 P.M. - 2:00 P.M., Tu,Th

CHIC 1102 Latinos in the United States: Culture and Citizenship
1:00 P.M. - 2:15 P.M., Tu,Th

CHIC 3888 Immigration and the US Latino/a Experience: Diaspora, Identity, and Community
1:00 P.M. - 2:15 P.M., Tu,Th

DNCE 3487W Dance and Citizenship: Land, Migration, and Diaspora
8:15 A.M. - 9:30 A.M., Tu,Th

GLOS 1112 Globalization and Social Justice
9:45 A.M. - 11:00 A.M., M,W

GLOS 3144 Knowledge, Power, and the Politics of Representation in Global Studies
10:10 A.M. - 11:00 A.M., M,W
See onestop.umn.edu for discussion time slots

GLOS 3643 Islam and the West
2:30 P.M. - 3:20 P.M., M,W,F

GLOS 4311 Race, Class, and the Politics of Nature
11:15 A.M. - 12:30 P.M., Tu,Th

GSD 3511W Vikings, Knights, and Reformers: German and European Culture and Controversies to 1700
2:30 P.M. - 3:20 P.M., M,W,F

HIST 1012W The Age of Global Contact
9:45 A.M. - 11:00 A.M., Tu,Th
See onestop.umn.edu for discussion time slots

HIST 1031W Europe and the World: Expansion, Encounter, and Exchange to 1500
11:15 A.M. - 12:30 P.M., M,W
See oenstop.umn.edu for discussion time slots

HIST 1302W Global America: U.S. History Since 1865
6:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M., M,W

HIST 3802 "Sinners, Saints, and Savages": Religion in Early America
9:45 A.M. - 11:00 A.M., M,W

ITAL 3837 Imagining Italy: Italian and Italian-American Culture, History, and Society Through Film
4:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M., M,W

JWST 3034 Introduction to Jewish History and Civilization
11:15 A.M. - 12:30 P.M., Tu,Th

LAW 7842 CL: Immigration and Human Rights
3:35 P.M. - 5:30 P.M., W

LING 1701 Language and Society
9:05 A.M. - 9:55 A.M., M,W,F
See onestop.umn.edu for discussion time slots

POL 1025 Global Politics
11:15 A.M. - 12:05 P.M., M,W,F
6:20 P.M. - 8:50 P.M., Tu

POL 3739 Politics of Race, Class and Ethnicity
6:20 P.M. - 8:50 P.M., Tu

SOC 3211W American Race Relations
5:30 P.M. - 8:00 P.M., M

SOC 3251W Sociological Perspectives on Race, Class, and Gender
8:15 A.M. - 9:30 A.M., Tu,Th

SOC 4311 Race, Class, and the Politics of Nature
11:15 A.M. - 12:30 P.M., Tu,Th

SOC 4461 Sociology of Ethnic and Racial Conflict
1:00 P.M. - 2:15 P.M., Tu,Th

SPAN 3401 Latino Immigration and Community Service
12:20 P.M. - 2:50 P.M., M
1:25 P.M. - 3:55 p.m., W

URBS 3301W American Cities As Settings for Cultural Diversity
2:30 P.M. - 3:45 P.M., Tu,Tu

GLOBAL REM Related Courses - Spring 2012

AAS 3409W/GWSS 3409W Asian American Women's Cultural Production
LEC, 06:20 P.M. - 08:50 P.M., Tu, FordH 110, Karem Albrecht, Charlotte

AAS 3875W/HIST 3875W Comparative Race and Ethnicity in U.S. History
LEC, 09:45 A.M. - 11:00 A.M., Tu, Th, BlegH 330, Onishi, Yuichiro, Syllabus

AAS 3920/HIST 3960 Refugees from the Secret War
LEC, 12:45 P.M. - 02:00 P.M., Tu,Th, BlegH 135, Lee, Mai Na

AFRO 1201/AMIN 1201/CHIC 1201/AAS 1201 Racial Formation and Transformation in the United States
LEC, 10:10 A.M. - 12:05 P.M., M,W, BlegH 120, Onishi, Yuichiro, Syllabus

AFRO 3432/HIST 3432 Modern Africa in a Changing World
LEC, 09:45 A.M. - 11:00 A.M., Tu,Th, BlegH 130, Pohlandt-McCormick, Helena, Syllabus

AFRO 3910 Topics in the African Diaspora: Black Intellectual Tradition
LEC, 09:45 A.M. - 12:30 P.M., Th, CarlSMgmt 1-122, Mayes, Keith

AFRO 4557 History of the Field: Development of African American, African, and African Diasporic Studies
LEC, 11:15 A.M. - 12:30 P.M., Tu,Th, BlegH 430, Okediji, Tade O.

AFRO 5103 African History from the Perspective of the African Diaspora
LEC, 12:45 P.M. - 02:00 P.M., Tu,Th, CarlSMgmt 2-224, Atkins, Keletso E.

AFRO 8202 Intellectual History of Race
LEC, 05:30 P.M. - 08:00 P.M., W, CarlSMgmt 1-122, Brewer, Rose

AMIN 1002 Indigenous Peoples in Global Perspective
LEC, 11:15 A.M. - 12:30 P.M., Tu,Th, NichH 345, Wilkins, David

AMST 3114 America in International Perspective
LEC, 01:25 P.M. - 02:15 P.M., M,W,F, ApH 11, Aguilar, Rodolfo

AMST 4301 Workers and Consumers in the Global Economy
LEC, 12:45 P.M. - 02:00 P.M., Tu,Th, NichH 120, Pierce, Jennifer

ANTH 1005W Introduction to Cultural Diversity and the World System
LEC, 06:30 P.M. - 09:30 P.M., W, WBU Auditorium, Kaiser, Sara

CHIC 3352 Transnational Chicana/o Theory: Global Views/Borderland Spaces
LEC, 02:30 P.M. - 03:45 P.M., Tu,Th, STSS 530B, Patino Jr., Jimmy Charles, Course Flyer, Syllabus

CHIC 3374/5374 Migrant Farmworkers in the United States: Families, Work, and Advocacy
LEC, 02:30 P.M. - 03:45 P.M., M,W, WullH 220, Sass Zaragoza, Lisa

CHIC 3446 Chicana/o History II: WWII, El Movimiento, and the New Millennium
LEC, 12:45 P.M. - 02:00 P.M., Tu,Th, WullH 220, Patino Jr., Jimmy Charles, Course Flyer, Syllabus

CLA 3500/GloS 4900 Making the Global Local: Pathways to Minnesota
LEC, 12:45 P.M. - 03:15 P.M., M, BlegH 110, Gabaccia, Donna R., Course Flyer

EMS 8250/ARTH 8500/HIST 5910 Colonial Cultures and Identities
LEC, 03:35 P.M. - 05:30 P.M., Th, SocSci 278, Afanador-Pujol, Angélica and Chambers, Sarah C., Course Flyer, Course Description

ENGL 1401V Introduction to "Third World" Literatures in English: Arab Writers
LEC, 12:20 P.M. - 02:15 P.M., M,W, Room TBD, Matar, Nabil, Course Description

FSOS 3104 Global and Diverse Families
LEC, 06:00 P.M. - 08:45 P.M., M, McNH 144, Solheim, Catherine Ann, Syllabus

GEOG 1301W Our Globalizing World
LEC, 08:40 A.M. - 09:55 A.M., M,W, BlegH 10, Braun, Bruce

GEOG 1372 Geography of Global Cities
LEC, 12:45 P.M. - 02:00 P.M., M,W, WBU Auditorium, Lindeke, William

GLBT 3404/GWSS 3404 Transnational Sexualities
LEC, 11:15 A.M. - 12:30 P.M., Tu,Th, FordH 130, Dutta, Aniruddha

GLOS 1015W/HIST 1015W Globalization: Issues and Challenges
LEC, 11:15 A.M. - 12:30 P.M., M,W, WilleyH 125, Walker, Brett, Syllabus

GLOS 3643/HIST 3546 Islam and the West
LEC, 10:10 A.M. - 11:00 A.M., M,W,F, BlegH 150, Bashiri, Iraj

GWSS 3406 Gender, Labor, Politics
LEC, 02:30 P.M. - 03:45 P.M., Tu,Th, RapsonH 58, Torres, Eden

HIST 1302W Global America: U.S. History since 1865
LEC, 09:45 A.M. - 11:00 A.M., Tu,Th, WilleyH 175, Lindquist, Malinda

HIST 3837 Minnesota History
LEC, 04:00 P.M. - 05:15 P.M., M,W, HMH 1-102, Stone, Paul

HIST 5980/8630 Topics in Comparative Women's History: Gender Dynamics and Domestic Life in World History
LEC, 03:35 P.M. - 05:30 P.M., Tu, HHHCtr 15, Maynes, MJ & Waltner, Ann, Course Description

HIST 8910 Transnational U.S. History Research Seminar
LEC, 01:25 P.M. - 03:20 P.M., Tu, HellerH 1229, Lee, Erika and Mathieu, Saje M.

LAW 6806 Seminar: International Humanitarian Law
LEC, 03:35 P.M. - 05:30 P.M., M, TCWESTBANK, Ni Aolain, Fionnuala, Syllabus

LAW 6872 Immigration Law
LEC, 04:05 P.M. - 06:00 P.M., Tu,Th, TCWESTBANK, Meili, Stephen Edward

MUS 1015 Music and Movies: The Use and Representation of Music and Musicians in Film in a Global Context
LET, CCE-ODL, Lubet, Alex

PA 5452 Immigration and Public Policy
LEC, 12:45 P.M. - 02:00 P.M., Tu,Th, HHHCtr 25, Fennelly, Katherine, Course Flyer

POL 1025 Global Politics
LEC, 09:05 A.M. - 09:55 A.M., M,W,F, AndH350, Freeman, John Roy
LEC, 06:20 P.M. - 08:50 P.M., Tu, BlegH 250, Meyerhoff, Eli L.

PSTL 1251 Global History and Culture
LEC, 08:00 A.M. - 09:55 A.M., Tu,Th, STSS 114, Stahl, Jason Michael

SPAN 3404 Latino Immigration and Community Service
LEC, 12:20 P.M. - 02:50 P.M., M, NichH 120, Ganley, Kathleen Marie
LEC, 01:25 P.M. - 03:55 P.M., W, FolH 112, Ganley, Kathleen Marie

SW 1001 Introduction to the World of Social Work: A Global Perspective
LEC, 08:15 A.M. - 09:30 A.M., Tu,Th, NichH 125, Knust, Diane M., Syllabus

SW 3703 Gender Violence in Global Perspectives
LEC, 05:10 P.M. - 07:40 P.M., W, PetersH 39, St. Paul Campus, Knust, Diane M., Syllabus

GWSS 3303W: Writing Differences
Instructor:Charlotte Karem Albrecht
Summer 2, 2011, Syllabus

AFRO 1012 Black Worlds in Global Perspective: Challenges and Changes
LEC, 12:45 P.M. - 02:00 P.M., M,W, BlegH 145, Onishi, Yuichiro, Syllabus

AFRO 3431/HIST 3431 Early Africa and Its Global Connections
LEC, 12:45 P.M. - 02:00 P.M. , M,W, BlegH 20, Pohlandt-McCormick, Helena, Syllabus

AFRO 8202 Seminar: Intellectual History of Race
SEM, 05:30 P.M.- 08:00 P.M., W, BlegH 330, Brewer, Rose, Syllabus

APEC 5751 Global Trade and Policy
LEC, 10:15 A.M.-11:30 A.M., Tu,Th, RuttanH B30, STPAUL, Smith, Pamela Jane, 3 credits, Syllabus

CPSY 1904 Freshman Seminar: Global Perspectives
SEM, 10:10 A.M. - 12:40 P.M., Tu ChDev 172, Maratsos, Michael P, International & Cross-cult Studies of Childhood, (1 - 3 credits), Syllabus

DNCE 3487W Dance and Citizenship: Land, Migration, and Diaspora
LEC, 08:15 A.M. - 09:30 A.M., Tu,Th, Larasati, Diyah, 3 credits
, Syllabus

EDPA 5142 Youth Futures in International and Global Contexts
LEC, 09:45 A.M. - 12:25 P.M., M ROOM TBA, Harkins, Arthur M, Syllabus

FSOS 3102 Family Systems and Diversity
001 LEC, 08:45 A.M. - 10:00 A.M., Tu,Th, McNH 10, STPAUL, Hemesath, Karla, 3 credits
002 LEC, 03:00 P.M. - 04:15 P.M., Tu,Th, HodsonH 495, STPAUL, Xiong PhD, Zha Blong, 3 credits, Syllabus

FSOS 3104 Global and Diverse Families
001 LEC, 01:15 P.M. - 02:30 P.M., M,W, McNH 10, STPAUL, Powell, Sharon Elizabeth, 3 credits, Syllabus
002 LEC, 10:15 A.M. - 11:30 A.M., Tu,Th, McNH 144, STPAUL, Xiong PhD, Zha Blong, 3 credits, Syllabus

GEOG 1301W Our Globalizing World
LEC, 09:05 A.M. - 09:55 A.M, M,W,F BlegH 0, Sheppard, Eric, Syllabus

GEOG 3381W/GLOS 3701W Population in an Interacting World
LEC, 11:15 A.M. - 12:30 P.M, Tu, Th AndersonH 310, Leitner, Helga, Syllabus

GLOS 1015W/HIST 1015W Globalization: Issues and Challenges
LEC, ROOM TBA, Bryan Pekel, 4 credits, Syllabus

GLOS 1112 Globalization and Social Justice
LEC, 09:45 A.M. - 11:00 A.M., Tu, Th, HHHCtr 84, Skaria, Ajay, 3 credits, Syllabus

GLOS 3900 Topics in Global Studies: "Food and Agriculture from Buenos Aires to Lima at 10mph", Syllabus, Guest Lecturers
001 LEC, 06:00 P.M. - 09:00 P.M., W, BlegH 110, Brakke, Mary Patricia, Porter, Paul M, 3 credits
002 LEC, 11:15 A.M. - 12:30 P.M., Tu,Th, NichH 125,Sawhney, Simona, 3 credits

GLOS 4221/SOC 4321 Globalize This! Understanding Globalization through Sociology
LEC, 09:45 A.M. - 11:00 A.M., Tu,Th, BlegH 150, Goldman, Michael R, 3 credits, Syllabus

GLOS 4910W/SOC 4090W Topics in Global Studies
LEC, 02:30 P.M. - 03:45 P.M., Tu,Th, BlegH 120, Aminzade, Ron R, Syllabus

GWSS 1005 Engaging Justice
DIS, 11:15 A.M. - 12:30 P.M., Tu,Th, AkermanH 319, Isoke, Zenzele, 3 credits, Syllabus

GWSS 3002 Gender, Race, and Class: Women's Lives in the United States
DIS, 02:30 P.M. - 03:45 P.M., Tu,Th, Armory 116, Isoke, Zenzele, 3 credits, Syllabus

GWSS 3003 Gender and Global Politics
LET, 01:25 P.M. - 02:15 P.M., M,W,F, FordH 130, 3 credits, Syllabus

HIST 1012W The Age of Global Contact
LEC, 09:45 A.M. - 11:00 A.M., Tu,Th, AndH 350, Gabaccia, Donna, Pilcher, Jeffrey, Syllabus

HIST 1302W Global America: U.S. History Since 1865
DIS, ROOM TBA, 4 credits, Syllabus

HIST 3868 Race, War, and Race Wars in American History
LEC, 05:30 P.M. - 08:00 P.M., M, BlegH 145, Lindquist, Malinda A, 3 credits, Syllabus

HSG 8463 Housing: Race and Class
LEC, 06:15 P.M. - 09:15 P.M., Th, McNH 10, Crump, Jeffrey R, 3 credits, Syllabus

JOUR 8681 Seminar: Media and Globalization
SEM, 02:30 P.M. - 05:30 P.M., W, ROOM TBA, Dell'Orto, Giovanna, 3 credits - interactive TV, Syllabus

MUS 1015 Music and Movies: The Use and Representation of Music and Musicians in Film in a Global Context
B02 LET (09/15/2011 - 06/15/2012), CCE-ODL, Lubet, Alex J

NURS 4324 Transcultural Nursing and Global Health
LEC, 01:25 P.M. - 04:25 P.M., Th, ROOM TBA, 3 credits, TC Students Only-interactive TV, Syllabus

PA 5451/PH6281 IMMIGRANT HEALTH ISSUES
Online-based course. Katherine Fennelly, Syllabus, FAQ

PA 5802 Global Economic Policy
LEC, 04:40 P.M. - 05:55 P.M., M,W, BlegH 415, Kudrle, Robert T, 3 credits, Syllabus

POL 1025 Global Politics
001 LEC, 11:15 A.M. - 12:05 P.M., M,W,F, BlegH 5, Krebs, Ronald R, 4 credits
002 LEC, 06:20 P.M. - 08:50 P.M., Th, BlegH 250, 4 credits, Syllabus

POL 3739 Politics of Race, Class, and Ethnicity
LEC, 06:20 P.M. - 08:50 P.M., Th, AndH 330, Nimtz Jr, August H, Syllabus

POL 3872W Global Environmental Politics
LEC, 06:20 P.M. - 08:50 P.M., M, BlegH 245, Eli Meyerhoff, 4 credits, Syllabus

POL 4883W Global Governance
LEC, 10:10 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. , M,W,F, BlegH 135, Denis Kennedy, 3 credits, Syllabus

PSTL 1251 Global History and Culture
001 LEC, 12:20 P.M. - 02:15 P.M., M,W, STSS 114, Arendale, David R, 4 credits
002 LEC, 08:00 A.M. - 09:55 A.M., Tu,Th, STSS 118, Arendale, David R, 4 credits, Syllabus

SOC 3211W American Race Relations
001 LEC, 02:30 P.M. - 03:45 P.M., Tu,Th, BlegH 155, 3 credits
002 LEC, 06:00 P.M.-08:30 P.M., M, BlegH 120, Logan, Enid, 3 credits, Syllabus

SOC 3251W Sociological Perspectives on Race, Class, and Gender
LEC, 08:15 A.M. - 09:30 A.M., Tu,Th, BlegH 120, 3 credits, Syllabus

SOC 8890 Advanced Topics in Research Methods: Historical Sociology
LEC, 02:30 P.M. - 05:00 P.M., W, SocSci 1114, 3 credits, Syllabus

SPAN 3401 Latino Immigration and Community Service, Syllabus

SW 3703 Gender Violence in Global Perspective
LEC, 05:10 P.M. - 07:40 P.M., W, ROOM TBA, 3 credits, Syllabus

Language and Social Identity

LING 5900: Language and Social Identity
Linguistics-5900-Language-and-Identity.pdf

ITAL 3640 Mobile Identities: Migration Narratives in Italy

Latino Immigration and Community Service

SPAN 3401 Latino Immigration and Community Service

Immigration and Public Policy

PA 5452 Immigration and Public Policy

Immigration Law

LAW 6872 Immigration Law

Indigenous Peoples: A Global Perspective

POL 1019 Indigenous Peoples: A Global Perspective

AFRO 1012 Black Worlds in Global Perspective: Challenges and Changes

AFRO 3910 Topics in the African Diaspora: Digital Storytelling

Black Women Writers in the Diaspora

AFRO 3625W Black Women Writers in the Diaspora

Immigrant Health Issues

PA 5451 Immigrant Health Issues

CI 5647 Teaching Middle and Secondary Immigrant and Refugee Students
With Limited Formal Schooling

HIST 3869 Urban American History: Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality

GWSS 5690 Women, Society, and Race in the United States

GWSS 4690 Women, Society, and Race in the United States

Media, Race, and Identity

COMM 5221 Media, Race, and Identity

AAS 3251W/AFRO 3251W Sociological Perspectives on Race, Class, and Gender

HIST 8990/5990/SOC 8390: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Global Migrations
Instructors: Cawo M. Abdi & Donna R. Gabaccia

Immigration and Public Policy

PA 5452: Immigration and Public Policy
Instructor: Katherine Fennelly
Grading basis/credits: 3 credit(s)
Prereq: Grad student or instr consent
Description: Analysis of theories of international migration and evaluation of immigration policies in North America, Europe and Asia.

Summer Course on Comparative and Trans-national History: Theories,Methodology and Case Studies
September 13-18
Florence, Italy - Villa Schifanoia, Sala Europa

International Summer School in Forced Migration
July 6-24, 2009
Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford

Arizona State CLI: Language Course

Arizona State CLI: Language Course
June 8 - July 31
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

SOC 3090 Topics in Sociology: Introduction to U.S. Immigration
Instructor: Lisa S Park

Politics of Race, Class, and Ethnicity

POL 3739 Politics of Race, Class, and Ethnicity
Instructor: August Nimtz Jr

Law, Race, and Social Psychology

LAW 6831 Law, Race, and Social Psychology
Instructor: Eugene Borgida

People of Color and the Mass Media

JOUR 3741 People of Color and the Mass Media
Instructor: Sarah Jackson

Early Africa and Its Global Connections

HIST 3431 Early Africa and Its Global Connections
Instructor: Clement Masakure

GLOS 3900 Topics in Global Studies: Global Migration and Photography
Instructor: Barbara Wolbert

GWSS 3002 Gender, Race, and Class: Women's Lives in the United States
Instructor: Rebecca Moskow

Population in an Interacting World

GEOG 3381W/GLOS 3701W Population in an Interacting World
Instructor: Stefano Bloch

Our Globalizing World

GEOG 1301W Our Globalizing World
Instructor: Bruce P Braun

Global and Diverse Families

FSOS 3104 Global and Diverse Families
Instructor: Catherine Solheim

Chicana and Chicano History: 1821-1945

CHIC 3444 Chicana and Chicano History: 1821-1945
Instructor: Marianne Bueno

CHIC 3212 Chicana Studies: La Chicana in Contemporary Society
Instructor: Marianne Bueno

CHIC 1902 Freshman Seminar: Chicana/o-Latina/o: History, Culture, and Identity
Instructor: Eden Torres

CHIC 1102 Latinos in the United States: Culture and Citizenship
Instructor: Lori Rodriguez

AAS 1902 Freshman Seminar: Asian Americans & US Race Relations
Instructor: Erika Lee

ANTH 8810/ AAS 5920/ GWSS 8997 Topics in Sociocultural Anthropology: Comparative Race/Ethnicity/Diaspora in the U.S.
Instructor: Jigna Desai, Karen Ho

ANTH 4071 Race, Culture, and Vision

ANTH 4071 Race, Culture, and Vision
Instructor: Mischa Penn

AFRO 5103 African History from the Perspective of the African Diaspora
Instructor: Keletso Atkins

MED 7607 Global Health Course: Clinical Tropical, Migrant & Travel Medicine
Instructor: Debbie Luedtke

AFRO 1201
Instructor: Yuichiro Onishi

Service Learning in the Asian Community

AAS 3270
Instructor: Juavah Lee

Asian American Women's Cultural Production

AAS 3409W
Instructor: Xiumei Pu

AAS 3920
Instructor: Hilal N. Isler

AAS 3920
Instructor: Leena N. Her

AFRO 8554
Instructor: Rose M. Brewer

America's Diverse Cultures

AMST 3113W
Instructor: Brenda Child

Jewish Women in the United States

AMST 3632W
Instructor: Riv-Ellen Prell

CHIC 1112
Instructor: Marianne M. Bueno

CHIC 1275/3275
Instructor: Kathleen Ganley

Chicano Music and Art

CHIC 3213
Instructor: Daniel Topete

CHIC 3223
Instructor: Lori B. Rodriguez

CHIC 3446
Instructor: Marianne M. Bueno

Introduction to Chicana/o Literature

CHIC 3507W
Instructors: Alexandra Covarrubias and Louis Mendoza

Chicana/o Experience in the Midwest

CHIC 3672
Instructor: Marianne M. Bueno

CHIC 3752
Instructor: Lori B. Rodriguez

CHIC 3374/5374
Instructor: Lisa Sass Zaragoza

CHIC 4231
Instructor: Rose M. Brewer

ENGL 3300
Instructor: Jani Scandura

Literacy and American Cultural Diversity

ENGL 3741
Instructor: Eric S. Daigre

Social Variation in American English

ENGL 3960
Instructor: Geneviève Escure

Global Media and Migration

GLOS 3900
Instructor: Barbara Wolbert

The Italian Exiles

ITAL 3640
Instructor: Susanna Ferlito

HIST 3875W
Instructor: Wendy Thompson

Asian American History, 1850-Present

HIST 3877
Instructor: Erika Lee

HIST 3960
Instructor: Mai Na Lee

Comparing Global Migrations

HIST 5990/8000
Instructor: Donna R. Gabaccia

Immigration Law

LAW 6872
Instructor: David Weissbrodt

Immigrants and U.S. Cities

PA 5290
Instructor: Ryan Allen

Immigrant Health Issues

PA 5451
Instructor: Robin M. Councilman

Immigration and Public Policy

PA 5452
Instructor: Katherine Fennelly

PA 5490
Instructor: Katherine Fennelly

American Race Relations

SOC 3211W
Instructor: Enid Logan

SOC 3251W
Instructor: Lisa Park and Daniel Winchester

SOC 8390
Instructor: Ron Aminzade

Immigration, Citizenship, Border

SOC 8390
Instructor: Lisa Park

Latino Immigration and Community Service

SPAN 3401
Instructor: Kathleen M. Ganley

ALL 5261 :Work of Translation: Theory, Function, and Practice

ALL 3900-002: Writing Lives in China: Sima Qian to Yang Jiang
Instructor: Jesse Field

Asian Film and Animation

ALL 1001: Asian Film and Animation
Professor: Christine Marran

Black Europe: Exploring Dimensions of Citizenship, Race and Ethnic Relations
Summer School through Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the National institute for the Study of Dutch Slavery and its Legacy.
June 14th-25th 2009

SOC8090: Diversity, Solidarity and the American Mosaic
Taught by Joe Gerteis with Penny Edgell and Doug Hartmann

Summer Course on Forced Migration Issues
Dates: June 6 -14, 2009
Times: Full course days will run 8:30 am - 5:00 pm.
Opening reception and registration is in the afternoon of June 6. Course Fee: $975 (Canadian) After February 28, 2009: $1100 (Canadian)

HSEM 2046: Understanding Diversity: A Universal Perspective
Professor Indira Y. Junghare

ALL 3900/5900: Topics in Asian Literature: India through Time: Historicity and Periodization
Professor: Bali Sahota

AMST 3920 : Black Paris: The African Diaspora and Paris, France
Also meets with: GLOS 3900 Sec 005 and AFRO 3920 Sec 001
Professor: Trica Keaton

Global Migration & Photography

ANTH 3980: Global Migration & Photography
Instructor: Barbara Wolbert

AMST 1012: There Must Be Some Way Out of Here: Humans on the Move
Instructor: Professor Trica Keaton

GWSS 4690/ GWSS 5690: Space, Identity, and Agency in the Black Diaspora (PDF)
Instructor: Zenzele Isoke

HIST 5901: Readings in Colonial Latin American History (PDF)
Instructor: Sarah Chambers

HIST/LAS 3401W: Early Latin America to 1825 (Writing Intensive) (PDF)
Instructor: Sarah Chambers

Dance and Global Tourism

Dance 3495/5495: Dance and Global Tourism (PDF)
Instructor: R. Diyah Larasati, Ph.D

Study abroad opportunity in France

2008 May Term in Montpellier, May 21-June 14, 2008.
FREN 3750/3650: "Still Bleu Blanc Rouge: French Identity in the New Millennium" (PDF)

Imagining Asian America

AAS 1101: Imagining Asian America (PDF)
Prof. Josephine Lee

Asian American History 1850 - Present

AsianAmH 3877 (PDF): Asian American History 1850 - Present; Prof. Erika Lee

Asian American History

AsianAmH 5877 (PDF): Asian American History; Prof. Erika Lee

Chic 1907 (PDF): The Cicana/o Educational Experience in Literature: The Poetics of Resistance, Affirmation, and Assimilation; Assoc. Prof. Louis Mendoza

Chic 3223 (PDF): Chicana/o and Latina/o Representation in Cinema; Assoc. Prof. Louis Mendoza

Language Borderlands

Comm 3404 (PDF): Language Borderlands; Prof. Amy Sheldon

CSCL 5910/CSDS 5910/CLIT 5910 (PDF): Meaning and Identity in Postmodern Culture; Prof. Harvey Sarles

Eng 3960 (PDF): Senior Seminar: Black Women Writers of the U.S.; Prof. Michelle M. Wright

Eng 8510 (PDF): Criticism & Theory: Theorizing the African Diaspora; Prof. Michelle M. Wright

Population in an Interacting World

Geog 3381W/Glos 3701W (PDF): Population in an Interacting World; Prof. Helga Leitner

International Human Rights Law

Glos 3401 (PDF): International Human Rights Law; Prof. Barbara Frey

Human Rights Advocacy

Glos 5900/Law 6058 (PDF): Human Rights Advocacy; Prof. Barbara Frey

Hist 1902 (PDF): A Nation of Immigration or a Gate Keeping Nation? American Immigration in Historical and Contemporary Perspectives; Prof. Erika Lee

Hist 3875 (PDF): Comparative Race & Ethnicity in U.S. History; Prof. Erika Lee

Proseminar: U.S.-Mexico Border

Hist 5863 (PDF): Proseminar: U.S.-Mexico Border; Prof. Jeffrey Pilcher

Hist 5990 (PDF): Studying Migration and Human Mobility across the Disciplines; Prof. Donna Gabaccia

Hist 8990 (PDF): Research Seminar, "Topics in Comparative History," Migration, Movement, Mobility; Prof. Donna Gabaccia

Ethnic Bilingualism in the U.S.

Ling 3707 (PDF): Ethnic Bilingualism in the U.S.; Assoc. Prof. Bruce Downing

Globalization, Migration and Language

Ling 5900 (PDF): Globalization, Migration and Language; Assoc. Prof. Bruce Downing

Immigrant Health Issues

PA 5451/PH 6281 (PDF): Immigrant Health Issues; Prof. Katherine Fennelly

Immigration and Public Policy

PA 5490 (PDF): Immigration and Public Policy; Prof. Katherine Fennelly

Capstone on Social Justice and Immigration

PA 8190 (PDF): Capstone on Social Justice and Immigration; Prof. Katherine Fennelly

American Race Relations

SOC 3211 (PDF): American Race Relations; Prof. Douglas Hartmann

Race Theories

SOC 8211 (PDF): Race Theories; Prof. Douglas Hartmann

AAS 3001/AMST 3001: Contemporary Perspectives on Asian America: Focus on Space, Place, and Movement, Instructor: Kale B. Fajardo

Service Learning in the Asian Community

AAS 3270/ALL 3270: Service Learning in the Asian Community, Instructor: Juavah Lee

Asian America Through Arts and Culture

AAS 3501/ALL 3920/HIST 3960: Asian America Through Arts and Culture, Instructor: Ed Bok Lee

AAS 3920/ALL 3920: Cultures of Korean Adoption: The Adoptee Experience, Instructor: Kim Park Nelson

AFRO 4231/AAS 4231/CHIC 4231: The Color of Public Policy: African Americans, American Indians, and Chicanos in the United States, Instructor: Rose M. Brewer

Indigenous Peoples in Global Perspective

AMIN 1002: Indigenous Peoples in Global Perspective, Instructor: Tlahtoki Aguirre

AMST 1012: Migrants, Refugees, Citizens, and Exiles: The U.S. on an Immigrant Planet, Instructor: Miglena S. Todorova

America's Diverse Cultures

AMST 3113W: America's Diverse Cultures, Instructor: Brenda J. Child

AMST 3114: America in International Perspective: Post-1965 Immigration, Instructor: Jennifer L. Pierce

AMST 3116: Jews and Popular Culture in 20th Century United States, Instructor: Riv-Ellen Prell

AMST 3920/GLOS 3900: Black Paris: The African Diaspora in Paris, France, Instructor: Trica D. Keaton

CHIC 1112: Introduction to Chicana/o Studies: Critical Paradigms, Instructor: Toni Nelson Herrera

CHIC 1275/CHIC 3275: Service Learning in the Chicano/Latino Community, Instructors: Kathleen M. Ganley and Jennifer Lyn Caron

CHIC 3223: Chicana/o and Latina/o Representation in Film, Instructor: Louis G. Mendoza

CHIC 3374/CHIC 5374: Migrant Farmworkers in the U.S.: Families, Work, and Advocacy, Instructor: Lisa Sass Zaragoza

CHIC 3446: Chicana/o History II: WWII, El Movimiento, and the New Millenium, Instructor: Toni Nelson Herrera

CHIC 3452: Xicana/Indigena Studies: History, Culture, and Politics, Instructor: Tlahtoki Aguirre

Introduction to Chicana/o Literature

CHIC 3507W: Introduction to Chicana/o Literature, Instructor: Debra J. Blake

Chicanas(os): Psychological Perspectives

CHIC 3712: Chicanas(os): Psychological Perspectives, Instructor: Eden E. Torres

CHIC 3752: Chicanas and Chicanos in Contemporary Society, Instructor: Richard Martinez

CHIC 3900 (PDF): Latino Immigration: Causes, Policies and Lived Experiences, Instructor: Richard Martinez

CHIC 3900: The Theory and Practice of Latina/o Leadership, Instructor: Michael Duenes

ENGL 1301W: Introduction to Multicultural American Literature, Instructors: Evelyn N. Chien and Paula Rabinowitz

FREN 3350: Topics in Literature: Migration, Emigration and Immigration, Instructor: Hakim Abderrezak

Global and Diverse Families

FSOS 3104: Global and Diverse Families, Instructor: Paul C. Rosenblatt

GEOG 3377/GEOG 5377: Music in the City: Sounds and Bodies in Different Places, Instructor: Arun Saldanha

Population in an Interacting World

GEOG 3381W/GLOS 3701W: Population in an Interacting World, Instructor: Helga Leitner

GLOS 3900: Topics in Global Studies: Transnational Migration: Networks of People & Place, Instructor: Cawo Abdi

Migrations in Modern Global History

HIST 3415: Migrations in Modern Global History, Instructor: Donna Gabaccia

History of Southeast Asia

HIST 3485: History of Southeast Asia, Instructor: Mai Na Lee

Hmong History Across the Globe

HIST 3940/AAS 3920/ALL 3920: Hmong History Across the Globe, Instructor: Mai Na Lee

Asian American History

HIST 5877/AAS 5920 (PDF): Asian American History, Instructor: Erika Lee

Ways of Knowing in the Social Sciences

PSTL 1204: Ways of Knowing in the Social Sciences, Instructor: Dan Detzner

PSTL 1364: Literature of the American Immigrant Experience, Instructor: Patricia A. Eliason

The Immigrant Experience

SCAN 3504: The Immigrant Experience, Instructor: Goran K. Stockenstrom

American Race Relations

SOC 3211W: American Race Relations, Instructor: Enid Lynette Logan

ALL 3361W: Maps, Pictures, and Writing in the Representation of Taiwan, Instructor: Joseph R. Allen

CI 5647: Teaching Middle and Secondary Immigrant and Refugee Students with Limited Formal Schooling, Instructor: Martha Bigelow

ENGL 8090: Seminar in Special Subjects Asian American Cultural Criticism, Instructor: Josephine Lee

Theoretical Geography

GEOG 8230: Theoretical Geography, Instructor: Dr. Arun Saldanha

Feminist Theory and Methods-II

GWSS 8109: Feminist Theory and Methods-II, Instructor: Richa Nagar

Hist 1012W: World History from 1500: The Age of Global Contact (Writing Intensive), Instructor: Jeffrey Pilcher

History of the Holocaust

Hist 3727W/RelS 3521/JwSt 3521: History of the Holocaust, Instructor: Dr. Stephen Feinstein

SLHS 1401/3401: Communication Differences and Disorders: An Introduction, Instructor: Kathryn Kohnert

AMST 8920: Oceanic Space & Movement in Atlantic/Pacitic/Indian Ocean Worlds, Instructor: Kale Bantigue Fajardo

Comparing Global Migrations

Hist 5990: Comparing Global Migrations, Instructor: Donna R. Gabaccia

Immigrants and U.S. Cities

PA 5290: Immigrants and U.S. Cities, Instructor: Ryan Allen

Workshop on Refugee Resettlement

PA 8081: Workshop on Refugee Resettlement , Instructor: Katherine Fennelly

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