Constructing Race in America

HIST 281
Tuskegee Airmen, in front of a P-47 fighter plane. WWII

This course offers an interdisciplinary examination of the historical, cultural, and social dimensions of race and ethnicity in the United States. The class explores the complex and intricate pursuit of multiracial and multicultural democracy and the salience of race in contemporary American politics and life.

M/W 2.00-2.50 PM

Instructor: Prof. Erik McDuffie

Gen Eds: Humanities - Hist & Phil, US Minority Cultural Studies