Spring 2022 courses for the RIGS graduate minor
These Spring 2022 courses are eligible for RIGS graduate minor fulfillment.
Proseminar requirement (3 cr)
AFRO 8202 Seminar: Intellectual History of Race. Instructor: Rose Brewer, meets W 1:00-3:15pm (course may be counted as an elective if another proseminar has been taken)
Interdisciplinary methodologies requirement (3 cr)
None available at this time.
Electives (6 cr total needed; courses listed are 3 cr unless otherwise noted)
AMIN 5890/HIST 5890 Readings in American Indian History. Instructor: Jean O'Brien, meets T 1:25-3:20pm
AMIN 8301 Critical Indigenous Theory. Instructor: Vicente Diaz, meets Th 1:25-3:20pm
AMST 8920 Decolonial Archipelagic Studies. Instructor: Kale Fajardo, meets W 3:30-4:45pm
ANTH 8310 Molecular Anthropology. Instructor: Maria Nieves Colon, meets T 2:30-5:00pm
CI 8416 Speculative Fiction, Radical Imagination, and Social Change. meets M 4:40-7:20pm
GWSS 5104 Transnational Feminist Theory. Instructor: Sima Shakhsari, meets TTH 2:30-3:45pm
OLPD 5080 Special Topics—Queer and Trans Issues in Higher Education. Instructor: Tania Mitchell, meets W 4:40-7:20pm
PA 5690/8690 Topics in Women, Gender and Public Policy: Gender and Welfare Policy in Global Perspective. Instructor: Christina Ewig, meets TTH 2:30-3:45pm