Professor: Lanier Seward, Director; Professors: C. Garcia, Levine, Advisers
The American-Ethnic Studies program encourages student interest in and understanding of the historical and current experiences of Chicanos/Latinos, African Americans, Native Americans, and Asian Americans. The program coordinates courses cross-listed from other departments in order to provide critical interdisciplinary perspectives and methodologies for the cross-cultural study of these group experiences in the United States. The program also offers a Thematic Minor. Courses offered for American-Ethnic Studies (ES) credit are included in the list below. This list is not exhaustive. Each year there may be the addition of "topics" courses taught by regular or visiting faculty. Students interested in the minor must consult the program director, or one of the advisers.
Colorado College offers a coordinated selection of courses on American-Ethnic Studies as well as numerous courses of related interest. In order to help students interested in American-Ethnic Studies to locate courses of interest, we have cross-listed those departmental courses which deal with Ethnic Studies under the course heading, American-Ethnic Studies. They are listed below.
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