Soc 414: Race, Place, and Space
This course explores the significance of race, place, and space to
modern identity formation. Through a multiple-disciplinary exploration,
we will analyze the influence of social, political, cultural, and
historical factors on the development of real and perceived "racialized
places and spaces," identities, and experiences in America, with special
emphasis on gender and the American South.
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
- Lecture: Lecture for Soc 414
- Lecture: Compressed Video for Soc 414
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