Learners will deepen their understanding and appreciation of ways in which race, ethnicity and cultural diversity have shaped American institutions, ideology, law, and social relationships from the colonial era to the present. Race and ethnicity are ideological and cultural categories that include all groups and individuals. Hence, this course is designed in significant part to take a broad look at the ideology of race and cultural diversity in America’s past and present. The primary focus is on the historical and social relationships among European Americans, Native Americans, African Americans, Latino/as, and Asian/Pacific Americans. Issues of race and ethnicity are examined across different ethno-cultural traditions in order to interweave diverse experiences into a larger synthesis of the meaning of race and ethnicity in American life. In this course, we conceive of “race” and “diversity” as references to the entire American population, even as we recognize that different groups have unique historical experiences resulting in distinctive and even fundamental cultural differences. We treat race and ethnicity as dynamic, complex ideological and cultural processes that shape all social institutions, belief systems, inter-group relationships, and individual experiences.
Race and Cultural Diversity in American Life and Historyイリノイ大学アーバナ・シャンペーン校（University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign）
イリノイ大学アーバナ・シャンペーン校（University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign）
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Great class! I walked away with a wealth of knowledge about race and prejudice and the history of that particular topic. Great class!
Great content! the peer graded assignments were a little too vague. loved the lecture/videos and additional reading/resources
I want to unenroll the course. I am having a hard time because it's too taxing for me... I really like the course but I cannot cope up... Thank you
This was a great class in which I learn many additional parts about US history that I had not previously known about or understood.