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GRI 103 - Introduction to Intersectional Analysis of Identities

(3 units) CO6, CO10
Introduction to gender, race, and other identities and inequalities in contemporary society, including class, sexuality, religion, citizenship, dis/ability, and age.

Grading Basis: Graded
Units of Lecture: 3
Offered: Every Fall and Spring

Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. systematically analyze social conditions in order to explain how gender, race, and related social categories are constructed in multiple contexts. 
2. explain how gender, race, and related social categories intersect in multiple contexts with attention to equity. 
3. analyze how contexts of colonialism, multiculturalism, and globalization shape the construction and intersection of social categories and identities, demonstrating familiarity with systematic inquiry into human social relations. 
4. formulate and articulate arguments that synthesize course material, through writing assignments, exams, and class discussions that theorize, model, and/or interpret social relations.  


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