Description: This course examines concepts of race, class, gender, space, and segregation through U.S. as well as global perspectives. We consider both the social forces that create racial and spatial segregation and their consequences for the life chances of people of color. We also consider organized responses to these phenomena, including social movements and other forms of opposition to oppression. Co- convened with ES 420. Letter grade only.
Sections offered: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: Graduate status