FRE 334 / HUM 334 / ECS 344

Race in France

Christy Nicole Wampole

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This interdisciplinary course explores the topic of race in France, from the earliest populations to inhabit the land now called France to the multiracial communities that reside there today. Approached through a variety of fields (law, ethnography, biology, literature, philosophy, and political theory) students will study themes such as colonialism and immigration, scientific and juridical racism, anti-racist activism, and various racial imaginaries that mark the country’s cultural production. Lecture in English with both English and French precepts.

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