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ANTH 1050 [0.5 credit] Race, Racialization and Racism: Critical Reflections

This course explores historically grounded contemporary dynamics of race, racialization processes and racism. Learners will link their own experiences with key theoretical concepts such as settler colonialism, slavery, racial capitalism, the racial state, systemic racism, and global whiteness.
Prerequisite(s): Anthropology major or BGINS Globalization, Culture and Power Specialization.
Seminar three hours a week.