Power, Difference, & Inequality
Students engage with the histories, perspectives, politics, intellectual traditions, and/or expressive cultures of populations and communities that have historically been disempowered, and the structural and historical processes by which that disempowerment has endured and changed.
There are a wide range of courses you can take to meet the Power, Difference, & Inequality focus capacity requirement. Here are a few examples:
Language and Power
Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in the French-Speaking World
Modern African History
Race, Innocence, and the Decline of the Death Penalty
Introduction to Peace and Security Studies