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Ethnic Studies (EST)

Advisor: Marcela Ochoa-Shivapour

The Ethnic Studies Program and the courses that make up its major address questions of ethnic
identity and relations among ethnic groups and is supervised by a faculty committee composed
of the course instructors.

In order to receive Ethnic Studies credit a course must devote a significant portion of its content
to the study of subordinate racial or ethnic groups, where a subordinate group is understood as
one whose members are, or have historically been, disadvantaged and subjected to unequal
treatment by the dominant group in a society, the latter understood as a group whose members
have superior access to or control over a society's economic, political, or social power. Specific
courses may emphasize the cultural practices of one or more racial or ethnic groups or the
interrelationships between subordinate and dominant racial or ethnic groups.

Ethnic Studies faculty members: Craig Allin, Carol Enns, Christina Penn-Goetsch, Marcela
Ochoa-Shivapour, Mary Olson, Catherine Stewart, Johanna Schuster-Craig

Major: A minimum of 10 course credits which include:

1. ANT 101 (Cultural Anthropology); EDU 240 (Human Relations); EST 123; EST 485; PSY 276
    (Multicultural Psychology); and SOC 348 (Race and Ethnic Relations).

2. Four courses selected from the following, at least two of which must be at the 300 level and
    no more than three of which may be chosen from one department:

ANT 206 - West Indian People and ANT 208 - Cross-Cultural Love and ART 261 - Topics in Non-Western
Culture                          Family                              Art

ART 263 - Arts of West and Central ART 264 - African American Art    ART 265 - Arts of the African
Africa                                                               Diaspora

ART 266 - American Indian Art:   ENG 351 - African-American          ENG 367 - Multicultural Literature
Gender and the Marketplace       Literature

GER 116 - Topic: Holocaust       GER 117 - Islam in Europe           HIS 1xx - Introductory Seminar in
                                                                     History, when the topic is "The

HIS 251 - Federal Indian Policy  HIS 255 - American Lives, when      HIS 350 - Colonial America
                                 the topic is "African-Americans"

HIS 354 - United States Social   HIS 356 - African-Americans in U.S. MUS 220 - Jazz History
History Since 1940               History
PHI 301 - Asian Philosophy       POL 335 - Seminar in International POL 361 - Race, Sex, and the
                                 Relations and Comparative           Constitution
                                 Government, when the topic is
                                 "Ethnicity and Ethnic Conflicts in
                                 Today's World"

POL 367 - Urban Politics and Policy REL 342 - Judaism                REL 362 - Holocaust and Response

RUS 281 - “The Other” in Russian SOC 248 - American Indians:         SOC 343 - Women: Oppressions
Literature and Film              Culture, Activism, and Social       and Resistances

SOC 376 - The African American   SPA 383 - Latinos in the U.S.       SPA 385 - Latin American Culture
Civil Rights Movement through                                        and Civilization
Similar courses, if approved in advance by the Ethnic Studies advisor, may also be chosen as

electives. Students are encouraged to participate in relevant study-abroad programs. To count

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