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New Undergraduate Course Supplement 2022

GOVT 83.30 Ethnoracial Identities in Politics and Society

This course focuses on understanding ethnoracial identities that may not fit into preexisting ethnoracial categories and the unique quantitative challenges of studying and understanding these groups. The goals of the course are to have a more nuanced understanding of ethnoracial identities beyond existing categories, and how to apply those nuances to quantitative work. The topics we will focus on include: 1) Ambiguities of Whiteness, 2) Ambiguities of Blackness, and 3) Multi-ethnoracial identities. We will study these topics primarily through a quantitative lens. The culminating project will be centered on how to quantitatively study populations when labels do not exist to capture complex identities. 

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:QDS; WCult:CI

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