Ethnic Studies Classes for Fall 2019

Prof. Quijada with Students

FALL 2019 Ethnic Studies Classes

ES 1-01 Introduction to Ethnic Studies, David Quijada MWF 9:15-10:20am

                                                                                           Loan Dao T TH 1:15-2:50pm

This introductory Ethnic Studies class draws upon interdisciplinary approaches to understand and problematize the study of race and ethnicity in the United States. The class will discuss current disciplinary debates, theoretical frameworks and methodological approaches within the diverse field of Ethnic Studies. By focusing upon diverse populations in the United States the class will index a broad range of cultural and political contexts; social problems; and histories to comprehend how racial formations and ethnic identity constructions have contradictorily served to: (1) create inequality and sustain systems of power and privilege and (2) create fissures of possibility to forge self-reflective solidarities and intercultural alliances that serve to dismantle oppressive conditions. The class will discuss the social construction of race and ethnicity coupled with the intersectionality of identity and positionality across race, class, gender and sexuality.

 

 

 

Crosslisted Classes

 

 

 

 

  

    ANTHROPOLOGY

          ES 131-01 Cultural Geography, J. Heung, Lecture, MWF 2:45-3:50pm

 

     COMMUNICATIONS

          ES 106-1 Intercultural Communication, M. Imamura, Lecture MWF 10:30-11:35am

 

     ENGLISH

          ES 152-01 19th Century American Lit: Koo, Lecture TTH 11:30-1:05pm

          ES 153-01 Vietnamese Amer. Lit, H. Ma, Lecture TTH 3:00-4:35pm

          ES 154-1 African American Lit., J King, Lecture TTH 1:15-2:50pm

          ES 184-01 Contemporary Drama, E. Klein, Lecture MF 1:00-2:40pm

 

      HISTORY

          ES 17-01 U. S. History to Civil War, G. Lemke- Santangelo, Lecture, MWF 8:00-9:05am    

          ES 142-01, History of California, G. Lemke-Santangelo, Lecture, MWF 9:15-10:20am

 

      JUSTICE COMMUNITY & LEADERSHIP

          ES 10-1 Intro to JCL, Anatharanam, Lecture, MWF 2:45-3:50pm

          ES 10-2 Intro to JCL, M. Viola, Lecture, TH 11:30-1:05pm

          ES 10-3 Intro to JCL, Loan Dao, Lecture, T TH 9:45-11:20am

 

       PERFA

          ES 50-1 Interactive Theatre, Chung, M F 1:00-2:35pm

 

       POLITICS

          ES 110-01 Race and Politics, P. Longo, Lecture T TH 11:30-1:05pm

          ES 115-01 Theories of Justice, P. Longo, Lecture T TH 9:45-11:20am

          ES 131-02 Politics of Imprisonment, R. Ahnen, MWF 11:45-12:50pm

          ES 190-1 Social Justice Speakers Series, P. Longo, TBA

          ES 193-1 Food Politics Field Work, P Longo TBA (field work, not open to freshmen)

         

      SOCIOLOGY

          ES 2-01 Intro to Soc., Zeynep Atalay, Lecture MWF 2:45-3:50pm

          ES 4-01 Social Problems, J. Ely, Lecture MWF 9:15-10:20am

          ES 4-02 Social Problems, Wilson, Lecture MWF 11:45-12:50pm

          ES 123-01 Ethnic Groups in the US: Asian Americans, Y. Hirst, Lecture MWF 9:15-10:20am

          ES 135-01 Special Topics: Prison Voices, J. Ely, Lecture MWF 11:45-12:50pm

          ES 135-02 Special Topics: Music & Social Change, Wilson, Lecture TTH 9:45-11:20am

 

THEOLOGY & RELIGIOUS STUDIES

          ES 117-01 Wealth and Poverty, M. Barram, Lecture TTH 11:30-1:05pm

          ES 117-02 Wealth and Poverty, A. Barram, Lecture TTH 3:00-4:35pm

         

 

SPANISH

          ES 132-01 The New Golden Age of Mexican Cinema, A. Ramirez, Lecture MWF 2:45-3:50pm

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