AMED Courses Winter and Spring 2015

AMED Courses Winter and Spring 2015

Winter 2015

Online Course: Introduction to Arab and Arab American Feminisms (RRS 260) 

General Education: GP Overlays
Global Perspectives
Social Justice

Course Text:
Arab and Arab American Feminisms: Gender, Violence, and Belonging
Ed. Rabab Abdulhadi, Evelyn Asultany, Nadine Naber
Writings by Arab and Arab American feminists to explore assumptions on and about Arab and Arab American experiences in the United States from multiple geographical sites, spiritualities, occupations, sexualities, class backgrounds, and generations.

 

Spring 2015

Introduction to Arab and Muslim Communities (RRS 101)
General Education: GP Overlays
American Ethnic and Racial Minorities, Global Perspective, Social justice 
Introduction to Arab and Muslim communities studies in the U.S, Americas and Asian and African Ancestral homelands. Employing Arab, Muslim, ethnic, race and resistance, gender and sexuality, American Middle East Diasporas, Ethnicity studies and social movement theory.
 
Introduction to Arab and Arab American Feminisms (RRS 260)
General Education: GP Overlays
Global Perspective, Social justice 
Writings by Arab and Arab American feminists to explore assumptions on and about Arab and Arab American experiences in the United States from multiple geographical sites, spiritualities, occupations, sexualities, class backgrounds, and generations.
 
Colonial Legacies, Postcolonial Discourses: Perspectives on Resistance and Revolution (RRS 620)
Prerequisite: Eng 214 or equivalent 
Examination of debates about postcolonial studies and the relevance of such intellectual projects to the socio-cultural experiences in the postcolonial world, such as the production of discourses, identification patterns and collective action among the post-colonized.