Engaging Diversity (ED) courses have a rigorous analysis of diversity as a constituent element across social and cultural domains. ED courses show how diversity is produced, understood, and enacted.
In a globally interconnected world, it is ethically and practically crucial to develop an awareness and understanding of differences. By gaining knowledge about diversity and public scholarship, your understanding of the social contexts that frame our communication and collaboration with one another will be extended, and your ability to respond to cultural challenges enhanced.
You might gain knowledge in the ED Way by taking courses in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, History, Anthropology, English, or Feminist Studies, among several other areas.
You’ll find many courses that will allow you to explore Engaging Diversity, but here are just a few:
- African American Women's Lives
- Genes and Identity
- Global Organizations: The Matrix of Change
- Growing Up Bilingual
- Introduction to Comparative Queer Literary Studies
- Pop Feminism: Unrest and Unease in the Contemporary Femist Movement
- Prisons and Performance
- Religion and Politics in the Muslim World