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AFC 415 - Place, Race, and Ethnicity


This seminar introduces students to social theories of race and ethnicity through readings that explore the many intersections between race and ethnicity in geography, preservation, heritage interpretation, cultural memory, and tourism. Grounded in a critical race studies approach to understanding race and ethnicity, the course also emphasizes the spatial dimensions of race and the ways in which these patterns are produced through histories and geographies of privilege and oppression. Cross-Listed with GHPR 415 AFC 515 , and GHPR 515  

Credit 2 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation Winter (odd yrs.)

Prerequisites - AFC 101 AFC 231 GHPR 335 , or GEOG 333W  
Restriction by Major -
Restriction by Class - Sophomore standing or above

Keywords: Africology geography culture  

Equivalent Courses: GHPR 415, AFC 515, GHPR 515
Updates: New Course 2/2019, effective Fall 2019


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