Global Racial Systems

SOCIOLOGY 4830

This course will examine the history and contemporary expressions of racism around the world. Specifically, it aims to illuminate the entwinement of racist systems with capitalism, gender, science/knowledge production, and politics over time, focusing on global convergences and localized manifestations of such overlapping structures. The course aims to highlight the effects of global racism across spectrums of (dis)advantage as well as social movements, programs, and policies resisting racism and its effects.
Course Attributes: AS LCD; AS SSC; AS SC; EN S

Section 01

Global Racial Systems
INSTRUCTOR: Korver-Glenn
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