Ethnic Studies offers 5 unique minors in African American, American Indian, Asian Pacific American, and Chicana/o Studies that allow for a more concentrated focus on a specific racialized population in the United States through the lens of history & politics, contemporary issues, literature, and gender & ethnicity. Like the major, the Ethnic Studies minor takes a broader view across the intersection of race & gender, contemporary issues, and your choice of several electives.
ETHNC 3100: US Third World Feminisms
US Third World Feminisms examines questions about knowledge production, sexual politics, spiritual activism, the mind-body-spirit connection, sexuality, and representation.
ETHNC 3420: American Racism
American Racism attempts to define, describe, and identify examples of racism existing in the United States and how it has evolved and manifested over time.
ETHNC 3590: Pacific Islander Health Disparities
Pacific Islander Health Disparities examines Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander health issues as viewed through indigenous and western worldviews.
Emeritus Associate Professor
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