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Humanities Lab: Deconstructing Race

Deconstructing Race Fall 2021

Deconstructing Race Fall 2021

Collaborative course that investigates the category of race in a transnational framework, examining diverse geographical and historical manifestations of race in relation to social, economic, political, and cultural practices.

Getting Started

This guide includes tools to help guide your research throughout the fall semester, and includes: databases for finding articles, links to library services, and tools.

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