[CRIS 306] Race and Culture
This advanced-level course explores the internal logic of race and culture and how each has been shaped by and deployed in various disciplines in order to understand the theoretical work each accomplishes. It considers the nature of the relationship between culture and race as well as whether and/or how they enable each other in various contexts.
Race and Culture
Prerequisite: junior standing and Anthropology 100, Critical Identity Studies 165, or Sociology 100.
Offered every third year.
Also listed as Anthropology 306.