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Race in the Classroom

As part of IU Southeast’s ongoing effort to expand the diversity of perspectives on campus, the following courses offered in 2020-21 will devote one-third of their content to an examination of issues of race.*

Communication Studies

  • CMCL-C202 Media in the Global Context

Criminal Justice and Criminology

  • CJUS-P100 Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • COAS-S104 First Year Seminar
  • CJUS-P303 Corrections
  • CJUS-P335 Race, Gender, and Inequality in Criminal Justice
  • CJUS-P444 Victimization
  • CJUS-P470 Senior Seminar
  • CJUS-P501 Proseminar: Criminal Justice I

Education

  • EDUC-M 300 – Teaching in Pluralistic Society
  • EDUC-H 520 – Education and Social Issues

English

  • ENG-L230 Introduction to Science Fiction

Fine Arts

  • FINA-A451 The Art of the South Pacific
  • FINA-A402 The Art of Native North America
  • FINA-A362 Art of Japan
  • FINA-A343 American Art as “Race and Identity in American Art” (Spring 2021)

History

  • HIST-A381 Civil Rights Era in the United States
  • HIST-H104 Europe: Napoleon to the Present
  • HIST-H101 The World in the 20th Century

Political Science

  • POLS-T390 Theories of Power
  • POLS-Y404, Political Issues in Public Personnel Management

Psychology

  • PSY-P 305: Psychology and Cultures

Sociology

  • SOC-S163 Social Problems
  • SOC-S344 Sociology of Childhood
  • SOC-S419 Social Movements & Collective Action
  • SOC-R463 Inequality and Society

Social Sciences

  • SSCI-S103 Bystander Intervention

Theater

  • THTR-T271 Theatre History II

Honors

  • HON-H306 Questions of Social Justice

*A note will be added to students’ record to recognize completion of these courses.