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Indigeneity and Colonialism (CSRE 101A, FEMGEN 101A)

AMSTUD
101A
Instructors
Stone, P. (PI)
Morrison, K. (PI)
Section Number
1
This course charts processes of imperialism, colonization, and displacement. By looking at the history of colonialism with a focus on its impact on communities of color (e.g., slavery and genocide) and the legacy of colonization embedded in current systems of oppression (e.g., borders and dispossession), students will gain an understanding of how these systems work in tandem, how they continue to impact marginalized communities, and how they each can be traced back to issues of racial capitalism. The course concludes with studies in decolonial projects and epistemologies.
Academic Career
Undergraduate
Grading
Letter or Credit/No Credit
Units
5
Course Tags
Comparative Race and Ethnicity
Academic Year
Quarter
Winter
Section Days
Monday Wednesday
Start Time
3:00 PM
End Time
4:20 PM
Location
320-109