Published: July 31, 2017

Offered: Fall 2017
Instructor: Nicole Lambert

Race, ethnicity, and immigration are on the minds of many Americans. Whether it is immigration reform, the Black Lives Matter movement, proposals to ban certain religious groups from the U.S., sports team mascots, or Halloween costumes, debates about the continuing significance of race and ethnicity swirl all around us.

In this class, we will cover these important events as well as consider how larger cultural, political, and historical forces shape our view of them.

This course is open to non-sociology majors and has no prerequisites.