ENGLISH282A: Ethnic Studies: Past, Present Future





Ju Yon Kim
Fall 2019, Tuesdays, 9:45-11:45am

An interdisciplinary graduate research seminar exploring cutting-edge approaches in ethnic studies. From its institutional beginnings in the late-1960s, the field of ethnic studies built frameworks to critically examine questions of inequality and power through intersecting analytical paradigms of race, indigeneity, gender, sexuality, class, and citizenship. With visiting scholars at Harvard’s Warren Center, students will explore how such frameworks remain useful and relevant, interrogate limitations and contradictions within the field, all the while exploring new possibilities and directions within ethnic studies.

See also: Fall 2019