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Research Seminar in Race and Ethnicity

Sociology 803

1-3 credit hours, offered periodically

This course engages major issues in the study of race and ethnicity through a combination of readings, group discussions, and presentations. Every effort will be made to integrate perspectives from disciplines other than sociology, and to address racial and ethnic issues outside the traditional Black-white paradigm. [updated: 1/9/2003]

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