- AAS 380/AMS 382 (SA) Public Policy and the American Racial State Seminar S01: 1:30 pm – 4:20 pm W Naomi Murakawa In the context of de facto equality but persistent racial inequality, how do we identify race's role in public policy? This course addresses this question by drawing on a range of interdisciplinary texts. We give particular attention to the complexities of racial construction and race’s intersection with other forms of hierarchy.
- CAAS is offering 12 undergraduate seminars and/or lectures including new seminars AAS 225 Introduction to Asian American Studies taught by Professor Cheng; and AAS 328 City Narratives to be taught by Imani Owens our 2014 Postdoctoral Research Associate. In addition, we will be offering 2 graduate seminars including AAS 500 Introduction to African-American Intellectual Tradition to be taught by Professors Glaude and Perry, which is a required course to earn an AAS Graduate Certificate.
- In addition to taking AAS 201, which was offered this fall, undergraduates seeking a certificate in African American studies must take five additional courses or seminars either originating in the center, or formally cross-listed by it. Students who fulfill all of the requirements of the program will receive a certificate in African American studies upon graduation.