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Diversity in the U.S. Immersion

This immersion offers students a variety of academic perspectives on how diverse groups may share cultural or inherited characteristics, and how perceptions of difference influence their interactions. Race, ethnicity, gender, and sexualities are the main points of focus. Students examine differential power between groups, analyze the social structures used to maintain, moderate, and alter power relations, as well as probe interpersonal relationships across social divides. This immersion is closed to students majoring in sociology and anthropology who have chosen the cultural anthropology or the sociology track.

Required course
SOCI-220 Minority Group Relations
Choose two of the following:*
   ANTH-235    Immigration to the U.S.
   ANTH-260    Native North Americans
   ANTH-285    American Indian Langauges
   ANTH-290    Language, Sex and Sexuality
   ANTH-305    Investigating Language Change
   ANTH 451/INGS 451    Economics of Women & the Family
   ANTH-455/INGS-455    Economics of Native America
   COMM-304    Intercultural Communication
   CRIM-285    Minority Groups and the Criminal Justice System
   ENGL-314    Topics in Women’s and Gender Studies
   FNRT-206    Queer Looks
   FNRT-323    Survey of African-American Music
   FNRT-324    Sounds of Protest
   FNRT-371    African-American Art
   SOCI-210    African-American Culture
   SOCI-220    Minority Group Relations
   SOCI-225    Social Inequality
   SOCI-235    Women, Work, and Culture
   SOCI-410    Diversity in the City

* At least one course should be taken from a discipline other than SOCI.