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Fall 2020 courses for the RIGS graduate minor

September 1, 2020
Find detailed course information at classinfo.umn.edu.

These fall 2020 courses are eligible for RIGS graduate minor fulfillment.

Proseminar requirement (3 cr)

HIST 8910 Topics, Race and Class in the United States.  Instructor: William Jones, meets W 1:25-3:20pm (course may be counted as an elective if another proseminar has been taken)

Interdisciplinary methodologies requirement (3 cr)

ANTH 8203 Research Methods in Social and Cultural Anthropology.  Instructor: Serra Hakyemez, meets Th 2:30-5:00pm (course may be counted as an elective if another methodologies seminar has been taken)

Electives (6 cr total needed; courses listed are 3 cr unless otherwise noted)

AMIN 5409 American Indian Women: Ethnographic and Ethnohistorical Perspectives.  Instructor: Tina DeLisle, meets T 1:25-3:30pm

ANTH 8810 Topics, Anthropologies of Capitalism.  Instructor: Karen Ho, meets T 11:10am - 1:55pm

CI 8645 Indigenous Language Revitalization and Activist Research Methods.  Instructor: Mary Hermes, meets M 1:25-4:05pm

GWSS 5104 Transnational Feminist Theory.  Instructor: Diyah Larasati, meets MW 4:00-5:15pm

GWSS 8260 Seminar, Race, Representation and Resistance.  Instructor: Zenzele Isoke, meets W 11:15-1:45pm

HIST 5910 Topics, Intersections of Native and African American History.  Instructor: David Chang, meets Th 3:35-5:30pm

HSPH 8003 Race and Indigeneity in Heritage Representation.  Instructor: Karen Mary Davalos, meets T 5:00-7:30pm

PA 8690 Advanced Topics in Women, Gender and Public Policy - Global Survey of Gender and Public Policy.  Instructor: Christina Ewig, meets T 4:00-6:45pm

SOC 8090 Topics, Sociology and Its Publics.  Instructors: Doug Hartmann and Chris Uggen, meets F10:00-11:30am **note 1.5cr