Ethnic Studies Department

Ethnic Studies is the study of social, cultural, and historical forces that shaped the development of America's peoples over the last 500 years and continues to shape our future

The curriculum of the Ethnic Studies Department is designed to explore the particular histories of different ethnic groups in the United States, articulate general principles that shape ethnic relations both currently and historically, draw theoretical lessons from comparisons     among these groups, and explore how ethnic identity is constructed and reconstructed over time both internally and externally.  

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