Fall 2015

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All courses to fulfill GIS must be taken outside of student’s home Department. Students interested in the GIS should consult with Faculty Coordinator. 

*Courses marked with an asterisk (*) have variable topics and may count toward the Minor [or GIS] when they include at least 30% Latina/o Studies content. This includes readings, assignments, and final writing projects.

Required Core Course

Comparative Studies 6425/Spanish 6705: Graduate Introduction to Latina/o Studies,
     32627, Tu 2:15PM - 5:00PM, Hagerty Hall 451, Theresa Delgadillo
 

Elective Courses

* African American & Africana Studies 7756: Theorizing Race and Ethnicity
     11482, TuTh 12:45PM - 2:05PM, University Hall 066, Kwaku Korang
 
* City and Regional Planning 6310:  Law and Planning II: Environment and Society  
     10093, WeFr 8:00AM - 9:25AM, Knowlton Hall 177, Robert Oast
 
* Education: Teaching and Learning 5225: Reading Multicultural Literature Across Middle Child Curricula
     28898, TuTh 2:20PM - 3:40PM, Ramseyer Hall 200A, Staff
     28899, WeFr 2:20PM - 3:40PM, Ramseyer Hall 200A, Staff
 
* Education: Teaching and Learning 6808: Multicultural and Global Perspectives on Teaching and Learning 
     27237, We 4:10PM - 6:50PM, Ramseyer Hall 115, Melinda Rhoades
 
Education: Teaching and Learning 7344: Bilingualism & Biliteracy
     28572, We 4:30PM - 6:50PM, Ramseyer Hall 009, Sarah Gallo
 
* English 7858 U.S. Ethnic Literatures and Culture 
     32889/32890, Th 1:50PM - 4:50PM, Denney Hall 435, Martin Ponce
 
* English 7850 Seminar in US Literatures before 1900  
     32837/32839, We 9:10AM - 12:10PM, Denney Hall 419, Molly Farrell
 
* English 7888 Interdepartmental Studies in the Humanities 
     33514/33515, Tu 9:35AM - 12:30PM, Denney Hall 447, Harvey Graff
 
* History 7014: Studies in American Urban History
     33034, Mo 2:15PM - 5:00PM, Journalism Bldg 291, Clayton Howard
 
* History 7600: Transnational History of Women, Gender, and Sexuality
     32245, Fr 11:30AM - 2:00PM, TBA, Birgitte Soland