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EWS 3010 - Ethnic Identity (3)


Using a humanities approach, examine changes and continuities of American identities from an ethnic studies perspective. A comparative and multidisciplinary analysis of identity formation processes in the United States. Topics include immigration history, Western imperialism and colonialism, racial discrimination, laws and policies in the U.S., minority groups’ ethnic resilience and resistance against assimilation, social and political changes, the arrival and settlement of new immigrants, and the historical and contemporary transnational communities and cultures.

Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior Standing; and Lower division GE requirements in Areas A and C, and sub-area B4.
GE Area(s): C3
Component(s): Lecture
Grading Basis: Graded Only
Repeat for Credit: May be taken multiple times only with different topics
Repeat for Credit Limit: 2
Minimum - Maximum Units: May be taken up to two times, only with different topics, for a total credit of 6 units.
Course Category: Major Course, GE Course



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