01:30 PM to 03:35 PM MW
Section Information for Summer 2021
We begin the course with the assumption that racial inequalities and the ontological power of whiteness have always been at the center of racial representations of Indigenous people, Black Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinx folks in the United States. The course will conclude with conversations about the creative ways diasporic communities of color and Indigenous people draw from lived experiences and ancestral stories to re-envision past, present, and future narratives that challenge racist and colonial representations.
HIST 389 A01 is a distance education section with required weekly meetings.
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