AFRS 3830 - Philosophy and Race
Examines the role of the concept of race in the Western philosophical canon, and uses current philosophical texts and methods to examine Western discourses of race and racism. Issues such as whiteness, double consciousness, the black/white binary, Latino identity and race, ethnicity, mixed-race identity, and the intersection of race with gender and class are also examined.
Credit Hours: (3)
Cross-listed Course(s): PHIL 3830 .
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