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Hostile Terrain 94

The Department of Gender, Race, and Identity is excited to partner with The John and Geraldine Lilley Museum of Art to present Hostile Terrain 94.

Bachelor of Arts in Gender, Race, and Identity

Minors

  • Ethnic Studies
  • Holocaust, Genocide, and Peace Studies
  • Indigenous Studies
  • Latinx Studies
  • Religious Studies
  • Social Justice
  • Women's Studies

Masters of Arts in Gender, Race, and Identity

Graduate Certificate in Gender, Race, and Identity

Upcoming courses

Wintermester courses

Wintermester 2021 GRI Courses
Course Number Course Title Professor
ETS 150 Race in Contemporary Life Etienne
GRI 103 Introduction to Intersectional Analysis of Identities Gayles
GRI 272 Latinx Identities and Cultures Huerta

Spring courses

Spring 2022 GRI Courses
Course Number Course Title Professor
ETS 150 Race in Contemporary Life Etienne
ETS 280 Native American Identities and Culture Oros
GRI 103 Introduction to Intersectional Analysis of Identities Jackson
GRI 257 Social Movements of Gender, Race, and Identity Gayles
GRI 423 Sociology of the Body Gruys
GRI 424 Race, Family, and Motherhood Etienne
GRI 428 Indigenous Feminisms Harry
GRI 460 Intersectionality and Social Justice Huerta
HGPS 201 Concepts in Holocaust, Genocide and Peace Studies Jackson
RST 101 Introduction to Religious Studies Absher
WMST 101 Introduction to Women’s Studies Purdy
WMST 300 Genders, Cultures, and Identities Purdy
WMST 354 Politics and Women Ring
WMST 421 Gender and Ethnicity in American Music Neibur
WMST 427A Women and Literature Escobar
 WMST 430 Gender, Literature, and the Arts Harvey
WMST 450 Feminist Theory and Methods Purdy
WMST 453 Gender and Society Downey

Graduate courses

Spring 2022 Graduate GRI Courses
Course Number Course Title Professor
GRI/SOC 624 Race, Family, and Motherhood Etienne
GRI 710/ENG 724 Feminist Theory Escobar

Graduate electives

Spring 2022 GRI Graduate Electives
Course Number Course Title Professor
ANTH 619 Anthropology of Law and Human Rights Stiles
ANTH 601C Peoples and Cultures of Africa Stiles
ANTH 654 Anthropology Saves the World! Rogozen-Soltar
BASQ/Art 648 Basque Art, Politics, and Identity in a Global Context Ariznabarreta
BASQ/ANTH 677 War, Occupation, and Memory in the Basque Country Ott
BASQ 686 Sport & Society from a Global Perspective Vaczi
COM 690 Family Communication Manning
ENG 635 Global Cinema Dabashi
ENG 637 Global Asias in the Media Anam
CRJ 679 Feminist Jurisprudence: Violence Against Women Adams
GEOG 622 Climate Solutions: Local to Global Perspectives Albright
GEOG 646 Political Geography Clark
HIST 606D The Civil War in American Culture Strang
HIST 687 U.S.-Mexico Borderlands Aguirre
HIST 724 Movement and Mobility in U.S. History Oda
JOUR 604 Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Surveillance Society Pain
JOUR 665 Noticiero Móvil Cruz
PHIL 654 Global Ethics and Justice Nine
PHIL 653 Topics in Philosophy of Law Gubler
PSC 609A Political Philosophy Ingram
PSY 743 Cultural Diversity Benuto
SOC 605 Third-World Societies Makoba
SPAN 684 Spanish-American Literature Villalobos

GRI Research

The Great Vanishing Act book jacket

Dr. Debra Harry, "Decolonizing Colonial Constructions of Indigenous Identity: A Conversation Between Debra Harry and Leonie Pihama"

The Great Vanishing Act

Applied Research book jacket

Dr. Lydia Huerta, "Queering communication studies: a Journal of Applied Communication Research forum"

Journal of Applied Communication Research

Returned book jacket

Dr. Deborah Boehm, Returned: Going and Coming in an Age of Deportation

Returned

Lavender and Red book jacket

Dr. Emily Hobson, Lavender and Red: Liberation and Solidarity in the Gay and Lesbian Left

Lavender and Red

Latin American Perspectives book jacket

Dr. Guadalupe Escobar "Testimonio at 50"

Latin American Perspectives

Black Social Economy book jacket

Dr. Prisca Gayles, “The Social Economy of Africans and African Descendants in Buenos Aires”

The Black Social Economy in the Americas

Ethnic and Racial Studies book jacket

Dr. Vadricka Etienne, "Rather be known as Haitian: identity construction of the ethnically-identified second generation"

Ethnic and Racial Studies

Welcome to our new faculty

Vadricka Etienne

Dr. Vadricka Etienne

Prisca Gayles

Dr. Prisca Gayles