Approved Courses

In general, your task in selecting the courses for your certificate is to link scholarly fields of study to the Marxist concepts and disciplinary projects that you learn in the gateway and capstone. Below is a list of approved, regularly offered courses. In addition, many other courses that are not offered regularly may also qualify for the certificate. You will need to petition the Director of the certificate program to ask whether courses not on either list can count towards fulfilling the certificate requirements.

Department Approved Course Option
African and African American Studies
  • AAAS 307: Development and Africa (cross listed as CULANTH 307, ICS 308, PUBPOL 207))
Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
  • AMES 431: Modern Chinese Cinema (cross listed as AMI 260, LIT 214, VMS 235)

Cultural Anthropology

  • CULANTH 241: Culture and Politics of China
  • CULANTH 180S: Africa in a Global Age
  • CULANTH 301: Theoretical Foundations of Anthropology
  • CULANTH 429: Gender and Sexuality in Latin America (cross listed as ICS 426, WOMENSTU 429, Latino(a) American Studies and SXL)
  • CULANTH 423: Sex and Money (cross listed in East Asian Studies and Islamic Studies)

Economics

  • ECON 148: History of Economic Thought  

German

  • GERMAN 380: Marx, Nietzsche Freud (cross listed as LIT 280, PHIL 286, POLISCI 378)
History 
  • HISTORY 105: Old Worlds / New Histories (cross listed as AAAS 134, MEDREN 105)
  • HISTORY 312: European Colonial Encounter
  • HISTORY 281: Russian Revolutionary Cinema
  • HISTORY 172B: History China and the West (cross listed as AMES 237, ICS 221)
Literature
  • LIT 320S: Social Movements / Social Media (cross listed as AAAS 247S, AMI 246S, ICS 320S, ISIS 323S, LATAMER 320S, VMS 323S)
  • LIT 332: Global Protest (cross listed as POLISCI 313, SOCIOL 323)
Political Science
  • POLSCI 132: Radical Political Economy
Sociology
  • SOCIOL 316: Comparative Race/Ethnic Studies (cross listed as AAAS 246, LSGS 316)
 

Women’s Studies 

  • WOMENST 199S: Thinking Gender
  • WOMENST 295S: Sex Work (cross listed as LIT 295S, SOCIOL 295S, SXL 295)
  • WOMENST 361: Money Sex Power 
  • WOMENST 370S: Queer Theory (cross listed as LIT 475S, SXL 470S)

Department Courses
African and African American Studies
  • AAAS 219: Carribean - 18th Century
  • AAAS 226: Crime and the City
  • AAAS 242S: Race, Gender and Sexuality
  • AAAS 243: Civil Rights Movement
  • AAAS 245S: Activism, Women and Danger
  • AAAS 247S: Social Movements/Social Media
  • AAAS 390S: Race and Capitalism
Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
  • AMES 233: Global Chinese Cities
  • AMES 281SL: Revolution on Screen
Arts of the Moving Image
  • AMI 190S: Naratives of Female Criminality
  • AMI 199: LGBTQ/Queen Cinema
  • AMI 225SL: Revolution on Screen
  • AMI 246S: Social Movements/Social Media
Cultural Anthropology
  • CULANTH 190S: Narratives of Female Criminality
  • CULANTH 210: Global Culture
  • CULANTH 236S: Farmworkers in NC: Poverty
  • CULANTH 254: The America Borderlands
  • CULANTH 322: Modern Caribbean
  • CULANTH 342: Migration & Human Trafficking
Documentary Studies
  • DOCSTU 332: Farmworkers in NC: Poverty
  • DOCSTU 362S: Activism, Women and Danger
Economics
  • ECON 270: Life Within Capitalism
  • ECON 305: History Int. Fin. & Mon. Crises
English
  • ENGLISH 482S: Contemporary Theory
History
  • HISTORY 284: Life Within Capitalism
  • HISTORY 299: Women and Popular Culture
  • HISTORY 305: History Int. Fin. & Mon. Crisis
  • HISTORY 307: History of Economic Thought
  • HISTORY 319: Caribbean - 18th Century
  • HISTORY 332S: Social Theory for Historians
  • HISTORY 354S: Activism, Women and Danger
  • HISTORY 365D: The Modern Regulatory State
  • HISTORY 390S-01 Race and Capitalism
  • HISTORY 479S: Russia's Path to Capitalism
International Comparative Studies
  • ICS 302: Global Chinese Cities
  • ICS 305: History Int. Fin. & Mon. Crises
  • ICS 307S: Pol Econ of Financial Crises
  • ICS 313D: Crime and the City
  • ICS 320S: Social Movements/Social Media
  • ICS 338SL: Revolution on Screen
Latin American Studies
  • LATAMER 89S: Race/Sex/Brazilian/Hist/Cultur
  • LATAMER 320S: Social Movements/Social Media
Literature
  • LIT 190S-01: Technics & Galactic Capital
  • LIT 190S-02: Narratives of Female Criminality
  • LIT 190S-03: Real Work and Dream Jobs
  • LIT 199: LGBTQ/Queer Cinema
  • LIT 320S: Social Movements/Social Media
Latino Studies in the Global South
  • LSGS 254: The America Borderlands
  • LSGS 290S: Race and Capitalism
Philosophy
  • PHIL 201: HST Modern Philosophy
Political Science
  • POLSCI 252: Life Within Capitalism
  • POLSCI 315S: Pol Econ of Financial Crises
  • POLSCI 340D: The Modern Regulatory State
Romance Studies
  • ROMST 89S: Race/Sex/Brazilian Hist/Cultur
Sociology
  • SOCIOL 111: Social Problems
  • SOCIOL 211: Wealth, Power and Inequality
  • SOCIOL 218: Sex, Gender and Society
  • SOCIOL 331: Women at Work
  • SOCIOL 338: Theory and Society
Study of Sexualities
  • SXL 265S: Race, Gender and Sexuality
  • SXL 26S: Politics of Sexuality
Visual & Media Studies
  • VMS 190S-01: Real Work and Dream Jobs
  • VMS 190S-02: Narratives of Female Criminality
  • VMS 199: LGBTQ/ Queen Cinema
  • VMS 225SL: Revolution on Screen
  • VMS 242: History of Art Markets
  • VMS 247: Global Culture
  • VMS 323S: Social Movements/Social Media

Women's Studies

  • WOMENST 190S-01: Real Work and Dream Jobs
  • WOMENST 190S-02: Narratives of Female Criminality
  • WOMENST 198: LGBTQ/Queer Cinema
  • WOMENST 221: Women at Work
  • WOMENST 364SL Race, Gender and Sexuality
  • WOMENST 386S: Politics of Sexuality
Writing
  • WRITING 101-21: The Problem of Poverty
  • WRITING 101-22: The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow
  • WRITING 101-34; -35: Grassroots Activism
  • WRITING 101-39, -40, -41: Debt, Race and Power

 

Department Courses
Arts of the Moving Image
  • AMI240S: Cold War Culture
Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
  • AMES 238: Modern China
Cultural Anthropology
  • CULANTH 259S: Cold War Culture
History
  • HISTORY 160S: The Global Sixties
  • HISTORY 223: Modern China
International Comparative Studies
  • ICS 367: Gender and Political Theory
Literature
  • LIT 241S: Cold War Culture
Political Science
  • POLISCI 383: Gender and Political Theory
Slavic & Eurasian Studies
  • SES 240S: Cold War Culture
Women's Studies
  • WOMENSTU 365: Gender and Political Theory

 

Department Approved Course Option
African & African American Studies
  • AAAS 333S: The Wire
Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
  • AMES 222S: Syrian and Iraqi Revolutions
Art, Art History & Visual Studies
  • ARTHIST 213S: Feminist Art 1970s to Present
  • ARTHIST 228: Dada and Surrealism
Cultural Anthropology
  • CULANTH 236S: Farmworkers in NC: Poverty
  • CULANTH 333S: The Wire
Documentary Studies
  • DOCST 332S: Farmworkers in NC: Poverty
Economics
  • ECON 270: Life Within Capitalism
  • ECON 312S: Adam Smith and Natural Liberty
English
  • ENGLISH 482S: Contemporary Theory
History
  • HISTORY 160S: The Global Sixties
  • HISTORY 282: End of Russian Socialism
  • HISTORY 284: Life within capitalism
  • HISTORY 308: Adam Smith and Natural Liberty
Kenan Institute of Ethics
  • ETHICS 271: Life Within Capitalism
Latino Studies in Global South
  • LSGS 332S: Farmworkers in NC
Literature
  • LIT 485: Existentialism
Philosophy
  • PHIL 485: Existentialism
Political Science
  • POLSCI 252: Life within capitalism
Russian
  • RUSSIAN 352: End of Russian Socialism
Visual & Media Studies
  • VMS 341S: Farmworkers in NC
Women's Studies
  • WOMENSTU 213S: Feminist Art 1970s to Present

 

Department Courses
African & African American Studies
  • AAAS 134: Old Worlds/New Histories
  • AAAS 212: European Colonial Encounter
  • AAAS 236S: Civil/Human rights Activism
  • AAAS 247S: Social Movements/Social Media
  • AAAS 257: Racial/Eth Minorities Amer Pol
Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
  • AMES 238: Modern China, 1800-Present
Arts of the Moving Image
  • AMI 246S: Social Movements/Social Media
  • AMI 335S: Video for Social Change
Cultural Anthropology
  • CULANTH 208FS: The Anthropology of Race
  • CULANTH: 246S: Civil/Human Rights Activism
  • CULANTH 278: Sex/Gender - Nature/Nurture
  • CULANTH 307: Development and Africa
  • CULANTH 419S: Global Envir/Pol Nature
Economics
  • ECON 119: Intro to Political Economy
Environment
  • ENVIRON 209: Food, Farming and Feminism
German
  • GERMAN 380: Marx, Nietsche, Freud
History
  • HISTORY 105: Old Worlds/New Histories
  • HISTORY 179S: GTWY Sem-Capitalism & Critics
  • HISTORY 223: Modern China, 1800-Present
  • HISTORY 281: Russian Revolu Cinema
  • HISTORY 286: Europe in Twentieth Cent
  • HISTORY 312: Eur Colonial Encounter
  • HISTORY 354D: Race: A World History
  • HISTORY 374D: Women/Gender/Sexuality in US
International Comparative Studies
  • ICS 179S: GTWY Sem-Capitalism & Critics
  • ICS 237: Europe in Twentieth Century
  • ICS 312: EUR Colonial Encounter
  • ICS 320S: Social Movements/Social Media
  • ICS 372D: Race: A World History
Literature
  • LIT 280: Nietzsche, Freud
  • LIT 295S: Sex Work: Politics of SXL Labor
  • LIT 320S: Social Movements/Social Media
  • LIT 332: Global Protest
Philosophy
  • PHIL 201: Hist Modern Philosophy
  • PHIL 286: Marx, Nietzsche, Freud
Political Science
  • POLISCI 145: Intro to Political Economy
  • POLISCI 313: Global Protest
  • POLISCI 378: Marx, Nietzsche, Freud
Russian
  • RUSSIAN 355S: Soviet Art After Stalin
  • RUSSIAN 381: Russian Revolu Cinema
Study of Sexualties
  • SXL 199S: Study of Sexualities
  • SXL 278: Sex/Gender - Nature/Nuture
  • SXL 295S: Sex Work - Politics of SXL Labor
Visual & Media Studies
  • VMS 330: Gender and Population Culture
Women's Studies
  • WOMENSTU 199S: Thinking Gender
  • WOMENSTU 202S: Study of Sexualties
  • WOMENSTU 239D: Women/Gender/Sexuality in US
  • WOMENSTU 241: Gender. Work, and Organization
  • WOMENSTU 275: Food, Farming, and Feminism
  • WOMENSTU 278: Sex/Gender - Politics of SXL Labor
  • WOMENSTU 295S: Sex Work: Politics of SXL Labor
  • WOMENSTU 361: Money, Sex, Power
  • WOMENSTU 362: Gender and Popular Culture
  • WOMENSTU 366S: Nature, Culture and Gender

 

Department Courses
African & African American Studies
  • AAAS 247S: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS/SOCIAL MEDIA
  • AAAS 257: RACIAL/ETH MINORITIES AMER POL
  • AAAS 280: RACE, ETHNICITY & CITIZENSHIP
Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
  • AMES 229: ARAB SPRING REVOLUTIONS
Arts of the Moving Image
  • AMI 246S: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS/SOCIAL MEDIA
  • AMI 439: QUEER CHINA
Cultural Anthropology
  • CULANTH 203: MARXISM AND SOCIETY
  • CULANTH 216S: GLOBAL MIGRATION & ETHICS
  • CULANTH 232: GENDER AND LANGUAGE    
  • CULANTH 328S: PERSPECTIVES ON DEVELOPMENT          
  • CULANTH 336: QUEER CHINA
  • CULANTH 429: GENDER/SEXUALITY IN LATIN AMER
Economics
  • ECON 270: LIFE WITHIN CAPITALISM
  • ECON 311: HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
History
  • HISTORY 109: INTRO HUMAN RTS & SOCIAL MVMTS
  • HISTORY 201: GLOBALIZATION AND HISTORY
  • HISTORY 284: LIFE WITHIN CAPITALISM
  • HISTORY 307: HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
  • HISTORY 354S: ACTIVISM, WOMEN AND DANGER
  • HISTORY 377: GLOBAL HISTORY OF SEXUALITY
  • HISTORY 475S: CAP SEM: RACE IN MODERN EUROPE
International Comparative Studies
  • ICS 207: GENDER AND LANGUAGE
  • ICS 320S: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS/SOCIAL MEDIA
  • ICS 366S: PERSPECTIVES ON DEVELOPMENT
  • ICS 426: GENDER/SEXUALITY IN LATIN AMER
Latin American Studies
  • LATAMER 320S: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS/SOCIAL MEDIA
Literature
  • LIT 290AS-1: STUDIES US CULTURE INDUSTRIES
  • LIT 320S: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS/SOCIAL MEDIA      
  • LIT 346S: UTOPIAN WRITING
  • LIT 380: MARXISM AND SOCIETY   
  • LIT 430: GENDER AND THE LAW
  • LIT 439: QUEER CHINA
  • LIT 475S: QUEER THEORY
Philosophy
  • PHIL 201: HST MODERN PHILOSOPHY
Political Science
  • POLSCI 115: RULES OF POWER         
  • POLSCI 204: RACE, ETHNICITY & CITIZENSHIP
  • POLSCI 205: RACIAL/ETH MINORITIES AMER POL
  • POLSCI 222: THE ARAB SPRING
  • POLSCI 252: LIFE WITHIN CAPITALISM
  • POLSCI 371: MARXISM AND SOCIETY
  • POLSCI 383: GENDER AND POLITICAL THEORY     
  • POLSCI 497S-6: SENIOR SEM IN POL ECONOMY
Public Policy Studies
  • PUBPOL 225S: WOMEN IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE
  • PUBPOL 236: GLOBALIZATION AND HISTORY
  • PUBPOL 315: GENDER AND THE LAW
Russian
  • RUSSIAN 364: GENDER AND LANGUAGE
Study of Sexualities
  • SXL 229: SEXUALITY AND SOCIETY
  • SXL 377: GLOBAL HISTORY OF SEXUALITY 
  • SXL 470S: QUEER THEORY
Visual & Media Studies
  • VMS 439: QUEER CHINA
Women's Studies
  • WOMENST 101: GENDER AND EVERYDAY LIFE
  • WOMENST 232: GENDER AND LANGUAGE
  • WOMENST 306S: ACTIVISM, WOMEN AND DANGER
  • WOMENST 361: MONEY, SEX, POWER
  • WOMENST 365: GENDER AND POLITICAL THEORY
  • WOMENST 370S: QUEER THEORY
  • WOMENST 401: GENDER AND THE LAW        
  • WOMENST 429: GENDER/SEXUALITY IN LATIN AMER
  • WOMENST 430: QUEER CHINA

 

Department Courses
African & African American Studies
  • AAAS 236S: CIVIL/HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISM
  • AAAS 242S: RACE, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY        
  • AAAS 247S: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS/SOCIAL MEDIA 
  • AAAS 307: DEVELOPMENT AND AFRICA
Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
  • AMES 238: MODERN CHINA,1800-PRESENT
  • AMES 475S: NORTH KOREA
Arts of the Moving Image
  • AMI 246S: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS/SOCIAL MEDIA
Cultural Anthropology
  • CULANTH 208: ANTHROPOLOGY OF RACE         
  • CULANTH 241: CULTURE/POLITICS-CHINA
  • CULANTH 246S: CIVIL/HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISM
  • CULANTH 271: GENDER AND CULTURE              
  • CULANTH 307: DEVELOPMENT AND AFRICA
  • CULANTH 416S: CAP SEM:IMPERIALISM & ISLAMISM
Economics
  • ECON 119: INTRO TO POLITICAL ECONOMY
  • ECON 316S: HISTORY OF MODERN ECONOMICS
History
  • HISTORY 157S: GTWY SEM: EMPIRES/HST PERSPECT
  • HISTORY 166S: GTWY SEM- ANARCHISM
  • HISTORY 179S: GTWY SEM-CAPITALISM & CRITICS
  • HISTORY 216S: BETWEEN MOSCOW, BEIJING, DELHI
  • HISTORY 223: MODERN CHINA,1800-PRESENT
  • HISTORY 326: LATIN AMER: COLONIALISM
  • HISTORY 374D: WOMEN/GENDER/SEXUALITY IN U S
  • HISTORY 453S: CAP SEM:IMPERIALISM & ISLAMISM
  • HISTORY 473S: CAPSTONE: 20TH C. US & EUROPE
International Comparative Studies
  • ICS 203: GENDER AND CULTURE
  • ICS 215: GENDER IN DANCE AND THEATRE
  • ICS 237: EUROPE IN TWENTIETH CENT
  • ICS 320S: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS/SOCIAL MEDIA
Latin American Studies
  • LATAMER 320S: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS/SOCIAL MEDIA
Literature
  • LIT 295S: SEX WORK:POLITICS OF SXL LABOR
  • LIT 320S: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS/SOCIAL MEDIA
Philosophy
  • PHIL 201: HST MODERN PHILOSOPHY
Political Science
  • POLSCI 202: FILM, RACE AND POLITICS
Public Policy Studies
  • PUBPOL 207: DEVELOPMENT AND AFRICA
Russian
  • RUSSIAN 433S: SOVIET LIFE THROUGH THE CAMERA
Slavic & Eurasian Studies
  • SES 373S: BETWEEN MOSCOW, BEIJING, DELHI
  • SES 433S: SOVIET LIFE THROUGH THE CAMERA
Study of Sexualties
  • SXL 264S: RACE, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY
  • SXL 295S: SEX WORK: POLITICS OF SXL LABOR
Visual  & Media Studies
  • VMS 330: GENDER AND POPULAR CULTURE
  • VMS 435S: SOVIET LIFE THROUGH THE CAMERA
Women's Studies
  • WOMENST 199S: THINKING GENDER
  • WOMENST 217: GENDER AND CULTURE
  • WOMENST 239D: WOMEN/GENDER/SEXUALITY IN U S
  • WOMENST 241: GENDER, WORK, AND ORGANIZATION
  • WOMENST 275: FOOD, FARMING, AND FEMINISM
  • WOMENST 295S: SEX WORK:POLITICS OF SXL LABOR     
  • WOMENST 361: MONEY, SEX, POWER
  • WOMENST 362: GENDER AND POPULAR CULTURE
  • WOMENST 364S: RACE, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY           
  • WOMENST 366S: NATURE, CULTURE, AND GENDER

 

Department Courses
African & African American Studies
  • AAAS 89S: THE PRISON, THE US, AND THE CITIZEN
  • AAAS 133S: CIVIL RIGHTS AND ASIAN AMERICANS
  • AAAS 219: THE CARIBBEAN IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
  • AAAS 240: THE MODERN CARIBBEAN AFTER EMANCIPATION
  • AAAS 243: THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
  • AAAS 246: COMPARATIVE RACE AND ETHNIC STUDIES
  • AAAS 247S: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND SOCIAL MEDIA
  • AAAS 290S: GENDERING MIGRATION
  • AAAS 330: FILM AND THE AFRICAN DIASPORA
  • AAAS 333S: THE WIRE
  • AAAS 390-02: MORAL PANICS
  • AAAS 408S: POST-CIVIL RIGHTS AMERICA: THE SEARCH FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE, 1968-PRESENT
  • AAAS 490S: BLACK BRAZIL: RACE, NATION AND CULTURAL POLITICS
Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
  • AMES 80S: GLOBAL MIGRATION: MONEY, SEX AND POWER
  • AMES 187S: CIVIL RIGHTS AND ASIAN AMERICANS
  • AMES 238: SURVEY OF MODERN CHINA, 1800-PRESENT
  • AMES 410: TRAUMA AND SPACE IN ASIA
  • AMES 490S-02: MIGRATION AND DIASPORA
Cultural Anthropology
  • CULANTH 80S: GLOBAL MIGRATION: MONEY, SEX AND POWER
  • CULANTH 195: COMPARATIVE APPROACHES TO GLOBAL ISSUES
  • CULANTH 333S: THE WIRE
  • CULANTH 366: TRAUMA AND SPACE IN ASIA
  • CULANTH 425: GLOBALIZATION AND ANTI-GLOBALIZATION
Economics
  • ECON 119: INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL ECONOMY
  • ECON 312S: ADAM SMITH AND THE SYSTEM OF NATURAL LIBERTY
English
  • ENGLISH 482S: CONTEMPORARY THEORY: LITERATURE AND SOCIETY
History
  • HISTORY 103: COMPARATIVE APPROACHES TO GLOBAL ISSUES
  • HISTORY 179S: CAPITALISM AND ITS CRITICS
  • HISTORY 183S: CIVIL RIGHTS AND ASIAN AMERICANS
  • HISTORY 190S: HUMAN RIGHTS AND MEMORY IN LATIN AMERICA
  • HISTORY 223: SURVEY OF MODERN CHINA, 1800-PRESENT
  • HISTORY 308S: ADAM SMITH AND THE SYSTEM OF NATURAL LIBERTY
  • HISTORY 321: THE MODERN CARIBBEAN AFTER EMANCIPATION
  • HISTORY 340: THE CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION: THE UNITED STATES, 1850-1880
  • HISTORY 343D: MODERN AMERICA: THE UNITED STATES FROM 1930 TO PRESENT
  • HISTORY 348: THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
  • HISTORY 357: THE INSURGENT SOUTH: MOVEMENTS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE SINCE THE CIVIL WAR
  • HISTORY 363: HISTORY OF CAPITALISM IN THE US
  • HISTORY 471S: LATIN AMERICAN LEFT TURNS: A NEW POLITICS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY?
  • HISTORY 482S: POST-CIVIL RIGHTS AMERICA: THE SEARCH FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE, 1968-PRESENT
  • HISTORY 490S: REVOLUTIONS/REVOLUTIONARIES
Literature
  • LIT 89S: THE PRISON, THE US, AND THE CITIZEN
  • LIT 280: MARX, NIETZSCHE, FREUD
  • LIT 320S: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND SOCIAL MEDIA
  • LIT 390: MORAL PANICS
  • LIT 390S-02: FINANCE, CULTURE, POLITICS
  • LIT 390S-05: GLOBAL MARKETS, ALTERNATIVE CULTURES
  • LIT 390S-15: CONTEMPORARY ART, LITERATURE AND MEDIA OF THE US-MEXICO BORDER
  • LIT 390S-5-01: TOPICS IN FEMINIST STUDIES
Latin Studies Global South
  • LSGS 290S: CONTEMPORARY ART, LITERATURE AND MEDIA OF THE US-MEXICO BORDER
  • LSGS 490S: THE “HISPANIC” CHALLENGE: “LATINIDAD” AND “AMERICANIDAD” AT LARGE THROUGH LITERATURE AND FILM
Women's Studies
  • WOMENST 290-01: MORAL PANICS
  • WOMENST 290S-01: CONTEMPORARY ART, LITERATURE AND MEDIA OF THE US-MEXICO BORDER
  • WOMENST 290S-06: SEX WORK: POLITICS OF SEXUAL LABOR