GEOGRAPHY OF RACE AND ETHNICITY IN THE UNITED STATES (DV) (GS)
2019 Summer Term
The course takes a geographical approach to the study of ethnic and racial groups in the United States. Native American, African American, Hispanic American, and Asian American groups are studied systematically. Major topics include mobility, culture regions, the cultural landscape created by the various ethnic and racial groups, immigration, segregation, and their associated politics.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: SOPHOMORE STANDING
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3 Units [GSDV]
|07/29 - 08/17 (3W4)||
|This is a web based course using Canvas. A short while before class, information will be sent to each student's UWW email address. Required additional fee of $50 per credit will be assessed for this class.|