Spring 2022 courses for the RIGS graduate minor

Find detailed course information at classinfo.umn.edu.

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

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