Understand how identities are constructed and how they intersect
Learn about the methodologies in scholarship and learning in diverse cultures
Examine ideas about gender and race and how they intersect
Study the roles identity plays in diverse cultural settings and how these roles change over time
Look at the historical significance of identity through politics, public policy, and decision-making
Explore the effects gender, race, and identity have on historical developments and their consequences

Investigate intersections of identity beyond the GRI Certificate
Master critical theory and apply it to a focused area of study
Explore special topics with faculty mentors
Use interdisciplinary tools in humanities and social sciences to make new connections

To make an advising appointment, please contact Heather Vincent at 682-6480 or